Murder

Murder

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 2004
Music Director: Anu Malik, Najam Sheraz
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri, Rahat Indori
Label: Saregama
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Album Credits: SONGS RECORDED AT: Krishna Audio, AVA Audio. BACKGROUND SCORE: Raju Rao. BACKGROUND SCORE RECORDED AT: Sana Music World.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Anurag Bose. PRODUCER: Mukesh Bhatt. STORY: Anurag Bose. SCREENPLAY: Anurag Bose. DIALOGUE: Subodh Chopra. ACTOR: Emraan Hashmi, More...
 



Song Listing


 
Kaho Na Kaho
Singer: Amir Jamal
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Arabic, Pop
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Bheegey Honth Tere
Singer: Kunal Ganjawala
Music Director: Anu Malik, Najam Sheraz
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Zindagi Is Tarah (Female)
 
Singer: Anuradha Paudwal
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Filmi
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Dil Ko Hazaar Baar Roka Roka Roka
 
Singer: Alisha Chinai
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Rahat Indori
Genre: Filmi, Classic Pop, Spanish
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Zindagi Is Tarah (Male)
 
Singer: Sonu Nigam
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Filmi
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Kaho Na Kaho (Instrumental)
Music Director: Anu Malik
Genre: Arabic, Pop
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Bheegey Honth Tere (Instrumental)
 
Music Director: Anu Malik, Najam Sheraz
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Jana Tere Pyar Mein (Jaane Jaana)
Singer: Amir Jamal
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Sayeed Quadri
Genre: Pop
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This film was a loose adaptation of the Hollywood film "Unfaithful" (2002).

    Song

  • Kaho Na Kaho - This song was an adaptation of the popular Arabic song "Tamally Maak" sung by the Egyptian singer Amr Diab.[1]
  • Bheegey Honth Tere - The tune of this song was originally composed by the Pakistani artist Najam Sheraz for his song "Mainu Tere Naal".[2]
  • Jana Tere Pyar Mein (Jaane Jaana) - This song was a faithful copy of the song "Phiriye Dao" by the Bangladeshi pop band Miles.[3]



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