No Fathers in Kashmir brings Kashmiri music to the forefront!
Sung by an acclaimed singer from Srinagar and composed by two famous French music composers, the song is an adaption of a love poetry.
Kashmiri music is a culture of its own and has long been a pivotal part of the local art and culture scenario. The much talked about film No Fathers in Kashmir starring Soni Razdan, Ashvin Kumar, Anshuman Jha, Kulbushan Kharbanda has just released its first song titled Roshay.
Originally Roshay is a folk song first written by a celebrated Kashmiri poet, Habba Khatoon who has been referred to as the Nightingale of Kashmir. The song's lyrics are a cry for love which was written and sung by Habba.
The song is a rendition of this folk song which is sacred to the part of Kashmir and their heritage. Interestingly the song was first given to life by Ali Saifuddin who is a celebrated young singer from Kashmir. His vocals were then given to film's music composer in France.
Loik Dury and Christophe 'Disco' Minck who are both celebrated musicians and music composers from France and they took Ali's vocals and mixed it to keep the original authentic Kashmiri feel.
They used instruments while arranging the music which is now rarely used in musical arrangements one of them being the Cristal Baschet which is now almost never used by anyone.