‘8AM Metro’ is a soul-stirring musical expedition with diverse singers
Embark on a soul-stirring musical expedition with 8 A.M. Metro, the music album of the film by the same name. The film stars Gulshan Devaiah and Saiyami Kher. The movie showcases how the mundane life of Iravati- a 29-year-old housewife living in Nanded – is thrown into mild disarray when she is asked to look after her pregnant sister, Riya, in Hyderabad after complications arise.
The music for the album is composed by Mark K Robin and the singers include heavyweights like Nooran Sisters, Jubin Nautiyal, Vishal Mishra, Jonita Gandhi, Javed Ali among others.
8 A.M. Metro stands out for its diverse genres, with each of its seven songs evoking a different emotion. Woh Khuda (the album has two versions, one by the Nooran sisters and the other by Javed Ali) is a devotional and Sufi masterpiece that will transport listeners into a world of spiritual ecstasy; Ghoomey by Jubin Nautiyal is a vibrant and romantic dance number that will make your heart skip a beat; and Phir Se Dil Toota by Vishal Mishra is a heartbreakingly beautiful romantic ballad that showcases the emotional depth of the characters. Another masterpiece is Hey Fikar by Jonita Gandhi.
“8 A.M. Metro is a very special film to me, and I believe the music complements the story beautifully as well. The album
conveys the transformative power of music, capable of stirring deep emotions and taking listeners on an unforgettable
journey. It is sure leave an indelible mark on the hearts and souls of people.”
Raj R, Film Director
Alongside these mesmerising tracks, the album also features six poems written by Gulzar, which are narrated by Saiyami Kher. “This album is a labour of love, and I am grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with such remarkable artists. I am extremely happy to see music resonating with listeners and taking them on a profound musical journey, says Robin. “The songs are incredibly powerful, and the collaboration with Mark K Robin has been truly magical,” adds Devaiah.