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“Farzi’s songs depict the realities of life, including how everything ends and becomes farzi” – share Sachin-Jigar

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Fresh out of the success of ‘Bhediya’ (2022), musical duo Sachin-Jigar are back again with yet another powerful album for the web series ‘Farzi’, which is an edgy and unique crime thriller. Songs from the album “Sab Farzi” and “Paisa Hai Toh” are two engaging, foot-tapping tracks that are steadily becoming the favourites of the audience.

The distinctive part of these songs are the idea of taking the audience through the plot of the web series, not just with dialogues but also with the music. This dynamic musical duo has a history of composing for all Raj and DK films, from ‘Shor In The City’ (2010) to ‘The Family Man’ (2019). Their most recent project, ‘Farzi’, is what the audience is most anticipating right now.

Directed by Krishna DK and Raj Nidimoru, ‘Farzi’ is a Hindi crime thriller that stars Shahid Kapoor, Raashii Khanna and Vijay Sethupathi in the lead roles along with Regina Cassandra, Kay Kay Menon and Kubbra Sait.

Talking about their experience, Sachin-Jigar shared, “It is always very easy and fun to work with one of the finest directors, Raj and DK. We share this incredible connection that doesn’t require much comprehension. They give us complete creative control over the music and also give us their honest feedbacks.”

Adding to that the composer duo further shared, “ ‘Farzi’ has been an extraordinarily special project for us. These songs depict the realities of life, including how everything ends and becomes farzi. “Sab Farzi” and “Paisa Hai Toh” are very different yet similar to each other in the sense how both of them tell us the tale of the story. We have made it to a point to keep it as relatable as possible and we are really happy at looking the positive responses from the audience.”

Sachin and Jigar’s upcoming projects include an untitled film with Vicky Kaushal and Sara Ali Khan, a web show ‘Saas Bahu Aur Flamingo’ and a few untitled projects, which are under works.

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