Mithoon’s Music

 

Mithoon’s music is about all about individuality. He believes that his music is a true reflection of his own personality and that his music stands for sincerity and simplicity. Poetry has always been a significant part of his songs and he will always be indebted to the genius poet Sayeed Quadri who has contributed a lot to Mithoon’s music.

 

Another highlight of Mithoon’s music is when he casts his singers, he is known to bring the singers out of their comfort zone and make them do something completely new which in itself reinvents them; whether it be Atif Aslam, Roop kumar Rathod, Palash Sen or Mika Singh, Mithoon has always used them in a zone contrary to their own.

In similar scenarios, Mithoon has given the music industry many new singers like Kshitij Taare, Shipa Rao, Arijeet Singh, Mohd. Irfaan, Saiam Bhatt and Josh. Their first songs in Bollywood were nurtured under Mithoon’s guidance.

 

His songs are:

 

  • Who Lamhein Who Baatein  from the movie Zeher
  • Juda Hoke bhi from the movie  Kalyug
  • Title Track  of the movie Bas ek Pal
  • Tere Bin  from the movie  Bas ek Pal
  • Maula Mere Maula from the movie Anwar
  • Tohse Naina Laage  from the movie Anwar
  •  Who Ajnabee from the movie The Train – some lines should never be crossed
  • Mausam from the movie The Train – some lines should never be crossed
  • Beetien Lamhein  from the movie The Train – some lines should never be crossed
  • Teri Tamanna from the movie The Train – some lines should never be crossed
  • Title Track of the movie The Train – some lines should never be crossed.
  • Title Track of the movie Aggar
  • Nach le from the movie Aggar
  • Ke bin Tere from the movie Aggar
  • Paas Aaya Kyun from the movie Aggar
  • Sehra from the movie Aggar
  • Kuch is Tarah from the album Doorie
  • Ek shaqs from the album Junoon
  • Madno from the movie Lamhaa
  • Main kon hoon from the movie Lamhaa
  • Zameen-o-aasman from the movie Lamhaa
  • Salaam Zindagi from the movie Lamhaa
  • Rehmat Zara from the movie Lamhaa
  • Saajna from the movie Lamhaa
  • Phir Mohabbat from the movie Murder 2
  • Aye khuda from the movie Murder 2
  • Yeh Kasoor from the movie Jism 2
  • Tu hi mere rab ki tarahMithoon’s Music Album.

 

 

A Fact about Mithoon’s Music:

 

 In the song ‘Yeh Kasoor’ from Jism 2, the character’s point of view was that, “My biggest mistake in life was that I believed in fairy tales!”
This line of thought from the character inspired the wordings of the song for Mithoon.

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~ by mithoonsharma on September 30, 2012.

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