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Sunday, March 15, 2009

Tum Se Milke - Cover by N V Krishnan and Smitha Passanha

Parinda (Meaning – The Bird) is an award-winning 1989 Indian film directed and produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra. Parinda is considered by many to be the turning point in reality in Hindi cinema, as the theme of the film discusses the real life of Indian underworld gangsters and the general life of residents in the city of Bombay (now Mumbai).

This song, a masterpiece of Pancham da (R D Burman) was one of the four songs in the movie. This was the most popular one too. An excellent composition by the legendary composer and beutifully rendered by Suresh Wadkar and Asha Ji.

Here I have attempted to sing this with Smitha Passanha. I am sure you all will listen to this and give your feedback..



Tum se milke -(64 MP3)- NVK with Smitha

4 comments:

Amin Charania said...

Very nicely sung...you have very good voice,keep singing!

Amin

Deblina M. said...

Enjoyed this melodious song in your beautiful voices.

Nandita said...

Very nice singing by both of you :). The la la la overlaps etc. have come out well.
Smitha: Felt one or two of the milke's (when you repeat tumse milke the second time) could be improved a little. Not at all a big deal as the song sounds wonderful even as is :).

Smitha said...

Thanks a lot everybody!

Nandita...point noted. I tend to go flat on the landing note a lot of times. Working on it!

NVK Sir - Thanks a lot for giving me an opportunity to sing this one with you!

-Smitha