Tera Chehra as a defining album to Adnan Saami’s musical career
Updated: Oct 23, 2021
Adnan Sami, the talented musician, and singer witnessed a boost in his career after he got his second album titled Tera Chehra released. It was released under the T-series banner in the year 2002. It’s a collection of eight songs in total and one of the songs is a titular song, named after the album. The album is a blend of romantic numbers, giving off an emotional connection, along with some playful tunes. The music used in the songs aptly matches the mood, which each of the songs tries to portray. The music videos not only feature Adnan Sami as the singer, but also different artists along with him. Sameer, the lyricist has contributed some impressive lyrics to look forward to. We shall briefly talk about each of the songs and evaluate the significance of the album, as per the popularity it achieved.
To begin with, the song “Kabhi Nahi” bears a playful tone, with musical beats to casually dance upon. Featuring Amitabh Bacchan, the duo manages to strike off a balance by creating an energetic and chemistry-laden performance. Overall, a lively atmosphere is released by the rhythm.
“Tera Chehra”, the titular song, is indeed the best song on the album. The blend of lyrics and music goes hand in hand, which successfully creates a symphony soothing to our ears. Featuring Rani Mukherjee, the song gives off a romantic vibe with a swaying melody. Adnan Saami’s voice gives off strong emotions, with a depth to his voice that catches the attention of the listeners. The song continues to be one of the soulful songs to date. In addition, there is also an “unplugged” version of the song included on the CD.
The song “Meri Yaad Rakhna” evokes a heart-wrenching tone, igniting a sorrowful element by stressing more on the painful side of love. The tone aptly brings out that element beautifully and the listeners get the vibe accurately.
Featuring Mahima Chaudhary, the song “Tera Bina” is yet another romantic playlist with an easy flow to it. With a playful composition, the song evokes a fun-loving sequence and gives off a romantic vibe.
Featuring Aarti Chabbria, the song “Ruthe hue ho Kyun”, evokes a soulful sadness. Here the sorrowful vibe captures the tone, with a musical flow that synchronizes well with the situation.
Featuring Namrata Sirodhkar, the song “Teri Baahon Mein”, is another romantic number, which brings out the inner confession with a soothing voice. It sways the audience with an immersing tune.
The song “Saason Mein” yet gives off a playful vibe in a romantic number. It has a more westernized tone attached to it. This song brings out the Synthesizer effect in Saami’s voice.
Featuring Raveena Tandon, “Nain Se Nain Mila” as a song gives off a composition with plenty of beats. It gives a classical touch, making it an experimental one, and gives off a rhythmic tune to shake one’s legs. It’s a blend of both the westernized and classical elements to give it a fusion-filled effect.
Saami’s albumTera Chehra is indeed a winner here. With a great passion for music, he has poured in all his soulful voice to the songs, which caters to different emotions, which was a hit among the audience. Tera Chehra had set a benchmark for him, and it continues to be remembered as his best, which properly defined his personality as a singer and a musician. Interestingly, most of his songs in the albums have used tabla as an instrument, at the backdrop. Never had a tabla been more profoundly used other than in these songs. The tabla goes hand in hand with the music, thus creating a soothing essence. In a nutshell, Tera Chehra acts as a feather to his cap in relation to his musical career.
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