While the first three situational songs from ALTBalaji’s latest show ‘The Married Woman’ were relatively slow-paced in terms of its composition and mood, the fourth track ‘Na Laage Jiya’ from the album is an upbeat, fast number for the masses. Composed and beautifully penned by Siddhant Sharma, ‘Na Laage Jiya’, sung by Aseem Trivedi, witnesses Peeplika (Monica Dogra) & Astha’s (Ridhi Dogra) chemistry and Astha's pertinent choice to choose between a well-settled life and Peeplika.
The fourth track ‘Na Laage Jiya’ sounds slightly commercial and massy as compared to the other soothing songs, summing up the soulful yet impressive jukebox of the popular show launched on International Women’s Day. The series, directed by Sahir Raza, features a talented pool of actors like Ridhi Dogra, Monica Dogra, Imaad Shah, Ayesha Raza, Rahul Vohra, Divya Seth Shah, Nadira Babbar, and Suhaas Ahuja, among others.
In one of the interviews, Ridhi had spoken about the show and stated that she started crying after the last episode. She was quoted saying, "The Married Woman has been a great journey, which I will cherish forever. When I watched the entire show recently, I got emotional. After the last episode got over, and the song 'Bematlab' started playing, and I was crying. I was wondering why I started crying since I had only played the character. I could feel Astha's pain and journey. I am grateful to the audience and my fans for showering their love, blessings, and support," as reported by IANS.
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