'Kamaal Ho Gea' review: Romantic song with cute love story
T-Series has released a new song on its official YouTube channel. Titled Kamaal Ho Gea, its video features singer Satinder Sartaaj and Irwinmeet. The track is doing well online and is about to cross 95L views (at the time of publishing). While the soulful voice of Sartaaj is the USP of this number, the cute chemistry between the actors clicks, too. Here's our review.
Sartaaj dons multiple hats for this song
The romantic Punjabi track has been penned, composed, and crooned by Sartaaj. Meanwhile, young talent and T-Series's go-to guy Manan Bhardwaj has given the music to this ballad. The steady tempo of Kamaal Ho Gea will make you listen to it attentively. For those who do not understand Punjabi, the track's hook line, which is Kamaal Ho Gea, means "this is just amazing."
Shots, chemistry of actors add value to the video
The 5:02-minute-long video begins at a shooting location where Irwinmeet is rehearsing steps for a film's song. Sartaaj enters as a director and begins a conversation with her. The pair looks adorably cute on the screen. The visuals of this Bhindder Burj-directorial have got that old-school charm of romance. Beautifully composed shots and soothing colors make the video look rich in aesthetic value.
Did you know Sartaaj has a PhD in Sufi singing?
Apart from being a noted songwriter and poet, the Punjabi singer holds an MPhil and a PhD in Sufi singing from Panjab University, Chandigarh. He is a Music (Honors) graduate of the Government College in Hoshiarpur. Sartaaj also taught music and has a Diploma in the Persian language. In 2017, he made his debut in the Kavi Raz-helmed Punjabi film The Black Prince.
Sartaaj has a strong voice, video can be watched repeatedly
The subtitles in the video can get distracting. So you can choose to not read them and just concentrate on the visuals. Verdict: Song and the video get 3.5 and 4/5 stars, respectively (Sartaaj's appealing voice, nicely done shots, and lovable chemistry of the leads). We feel the singer has a lot of potential and deserves a big Bollywood break. What do you think?