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Aise kyun haan kyun haan kyun

Posted on: March 24, 2023

This article is written by Gajendra Khanna, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in If this article appears in other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of, then it is piracy of the copyright content of and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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It has been a while since I have been meaning to write my eighth post for the blog (technically ninth, the first one didn’t appear due to being a Pakistani film song!). Eight is considered a very round number and It would be a good idea to get out of its loop fast (has been long enough since my last post came in 2019 before the pandemic!!).

Hence, I decided to go ahead with two back to back posts about two versions of the same song which appeared in two different seasons of the same series with different lyrics and main singers being used.

The pandemic has seen this gradual shift in audience interest from the screen towards series that come on OTT (“Over the Top”) platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney Hotstar, Zee5 etc. OTT refers to the technology that allows streamed content to be made available over the internet. One no longer needs cable networks to get access to serials and movies thanks to such platforms. Thanks to these platforms we have various artists getting an opportunity to participate in projects which are ‘different’ in terms of stories and treatment free from the restrictions imposed by feature films. Such series also give an opportunity to artists to display a wide area of emotions and character curves as there is no restriction of 2 hours etc to tell the story. Many movies have also started releasing directly on these platforms now and the viewer is spoilt for choice. Many of these series and movies are having some lovely songs in them as well. One can see movies and series of even big superstars releasing in OTT platforms as they are ready to pay the huge amounts for exclusive streaming rights to such content. Content is now king and users don’t mind getting a yearly subscription to such platforms in what would probably be lesser than one movie outing for a normal middle class family.

The first version which I am taking up today is from first season of an OTT series. The series in question is called ‘Mismatched’. This season had released on 20th November 2020 but it had been in the making for almost two years before. It is often seen that movie and serial makers often adapt from existing literary works which is the case here as well. This is the brief about the series with some information taken from Wikipedia page of the series.

Mismatched is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language coming-of-age romantic drama web series on Netflix, based on Sandhya Menon’s 2017 novel When Dimple Met Rishi. It was adapted by Gazal Dhaliwal and directed by Akarsh Khurana and Nipun Dharmadhikari. It is produced by Ronnie Screwvala’s RSVP Movies. Starring Prajakta Koli, Rohit Saraf, Rannvijay Singha and Vidya Malvade in prominent roles, the series is about Rishi, a die-hard romantic who believes in traditional ways of dating, who falls for Dimple, a gamer, and eventually wants to marry her. There are many other familiar artists in the series like Aditi Govitrikar, Jugal Hansraj and Suhasini Mulay. It also has Tarruk Raina who I have seen in a couple of series who seems to be a promising actor who can sign decently as well. Dhaliwal adapted the novel in early 2018, with the script being tweaked for the series. While the novel is set in the United States, the story was adapted to take place in Jaipur. The series features cinematography handled by Avinash Arun and Milind Jog, with editing done by Sanyukta Kaza and Namrata Rao. Mismatched features a soundtrack album composed by Jasleen Royal, Samar Grewal, Anurag Saikia, Prateek Kuhad, Shashwat Singh, Taaruk Raina, Deepa Unnikrishnan, Abhijay Negi and Hiphop Bhaiya, with Saikia also composing background score for the series.

The song under discussion today is titled “Aise Kyun”. Its lyrics are by Raj Shekhar and It has been composed by Anurag Saikia.

Anurag Saikia (born in December 1988) is an Indian film score composer , music director , music producer and instrumentalist from Assam, India. He is one of the youngest composers to be awarded with Rajat Kamal for Best Non-Feature Film Music Direction for the short Assamese film Yugadrashta (2013) at the 61st National Film Awards ceremony which took place in 2014.
His mother Dipali Saikia, is an All India Radio artist and teacher and his father Dr. Anil Saikia is an academician, who was conferred the Pratima Barua Pandey memorial Award on 27 December 2011 for his contributions towards the preservation and popularization of folk culture and music of the State of Assam.
After completing graduation from Cotton College, Anurag was admitted into the Swarnabhumi Academy of Music (SAM), Chennai. One of the latest movies he composed music for, is Thappad. He has worked with many popular artists like Sonu Nigam, Arijit Singh etc.

Saikia is known for his initiative of syncing Borgeets to the symphonic orchestra. Some of the movies he has composed for include Holding Back, The Job, One Last Question (2015), Dikchow Banat Palaax (2016), Maj Rati Keteki (2017). Toba Tek Singh (2018), High Jack (2018), Karwaan (2018), Mulk (2018), Article 15 (2019), Thappad (2020), Kaun Pravin Tambe? (2022), Anek (2022) and Bheed (2023). He also sings and writes songs occasionally. He has also composed for this series as well as some others like Cubicles, Gullak and Panchayat. He does the majority of the singing in this song.

The female vocals are provided by Nikhita Gandhi. Nikhita Gandhi (born 1 October 1991) is an Indian playback singer who has worked in Indian films in four different languages. She is half Punjabi and half Bengali. She has worked on Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Bengali, and Kannada film projects. She sang as the face of Deepika Padukone in Raabta for the title track “Raabta”. Her song ” Ullu ka Pattha” dual with Arijit Singh from the film Jagga Jasoos is a hit song. She sang for Sachin: A Billion Dreams, Chef, Jab Harry Met Sejal, and Ittefaq. She also sang a Bengali song “Mithe Alo” with Atif Aslam for Cockpit. Her song “Aao Kabhi Haveli Pe” and “Poster Lagwa Do” also became popular.

Here is the music video for the song:-

Song-Aise kyun haan kyun haan kyun(Mismatched season one)(2020) Singers-Anurag Saikia, Raghav Chaitanya, Nikhita Gandhi, Lyrics-Raj Shekhar, MD-Anurag Saikia


Zara Zara Abhi Baatein Shuru Hi Hui
Magar Khush Hoon Main Aaj Kal
Hmm Abhi Talak Meri Shaam Toh Aisi Na Thi
Jaise Halki Hai Aaj Kal
Kya Hai Ye Maajra
Kuch To Hai Mil Raha
Ya Fir Main Hi Bas Mann Hi Mann
Kisse Banaane Laga
Aise Kyun Haan Kyun Haan Kyun
Tu Kuchh Bole Na
Aise Kyun Haan Kyun Haan aan aan Kyun
Tu Kuchh Bole Na Bole Na

Ho Ik Din Haule Se
Tujhse Hai Ye Poochhna
Raatein Teri Bhi Thhodi
Firozi Firozi Si Hain Bhi Kya
Ho Ik Din Raat Bhar Jo Tu Dekhe Jaag Kar
Kehna Sapne Sawere Gulabi Gulabi Se Hain Bhi Kya
Ho Ik Din Akele Mein Dil Se Sochna
Ik Din Akele Mein Khud Se Bolna
Kya Hai Ye Maajra
Kuchh To Hai Mil Raha
Ya Fir Main Hi Bas Mann Hi Mann
Kisse Banaane Laga
Aise Kyun
Haan Kyun
Haan Kyun
Tu Kuchh Bole Na
Aise Kyun
Haan Kyun
Haan Kyun
Tu Kuchh Bole Na Bole Na

Aise Kyun
Kuchh To Likhti Hoon
Likh Ke Mitaati Hoon Main Raat Bhar
Aise Kyun Baatein Khud Ki Hi
Khud Se Chhipaati Hoon Main Aaj Kal
Par Ye Sab Sochna
Dil Ko Yun Kholna
Sab Kuch Keh Kar Hi
Sab Ko Bataana Zaroori Hai Kya

Aise Kyun Haan Kyun Haan Kyun
Kyun Hai Bolna
Aise Kyun Haan Kyun Haan Kyun
Kyun Hai Bolna Bolna

Devnagari script Lyrics(Provided by Gajendra Khanna)
ज़रा ज़रा अभी बातें शुरु ही हुईं
मगर खुश हूँ मैं आज काल
ह्मम अभी तलक मेरी शाम तो एसी ना थी
जैसे हल्की है आज कल
क्या है ये माजरा
कुछ तो है मिल रहा
या फिर मैं ही बस मन ही मन
किस्से बनाने लगा
एसे क्यों हाँ क्यों हाँ क्यों
तू कुछ बोले ना
एसे क्यों हाँ क्यों हाँ क्यों
तू कुछ बोले ना
हो एक दिन हौले से तुझसे है ये पूछना
रातें तेरी भी थोड़ी
फिरोज़ी फिरोज़ी सी हैं भी क्या
हो एक दिन रात भर जो तु देखे जाग कर
कहना सपने सवेरे गुलाबी गुलाबी से हैं भी क्या
हो एक दिन अकेले में दिल से पूछना
एक दिन अकेले में खुद से बोलना
क्या है ये माजरा
कुछ तो है मिल रहा
या फिर मैं ही बस मन ही मन
किस्से बनाने लगा
एसे क्यों हाँ क्यों हाँ क्यों
तू कुछ बोले ना

एसे क्यों हाँ क्यों हाँ क्यों
तू कुछ बोले ना
एसे क्यों कुछ तो लिखती हूँ
लिख के मिटाती हूँ मैं रात भर
एसे क्यों बातें खुद की ही
खुद से छिपाती हूँ मैं आज कल
पर ये सब सोचना
दिल को यूँ खोलना
सब कुछ कह कर ही
सब को बताना ज़रुरी है क्या

एसे क्यों हाँ क्यों हाँ क्यों
क्यों है बोलना
एसे क्यों हाँ क्यों हाँ क्यों
क्यों है बोलना बोलना


8 Responses to "Aise kyun haan kyun haan kyun"

Gajendra ji,

Thanks for the post on a OTT series.

Among the current team of music directors and singers, I am the admirer of Anurag Saikia. I was not aware of the song under discussion though for the last couple of months, another version of ‘Aisa Kyun’ rendered by Rekha Bhardwaj has become my favourite.

I am also impressed by the lyrics of Raj Shekhar ( this as well as some other songs) who writes songs with unusual thoughts, like in the song under discussion,
‘aise kyun baatein khud ki hi
khud se chhipaati hoon main aaj kal’.


Thank you Sadanand ji. Glad you liked my post from an OTT series. Some of them have really good songs. I am also impressed with Anurag Saikia and Raj Shekhar’s work. The other version from second season of the same series will be my next post where I will talk a little about Raj Shekhar and Rekha ji.

Thanks to Atul ji for posting it so promptly and updating/formatting.


I really like your blog and I am always looking for posts about Hindi movie music. I was wondering if you could tell me a little bit about the composer of the song “Tum Hi Ho” from the movie Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. I have been trying to find this song for a while and I haven’t been able to find any information about it.


Thanks Sarah. The composers for Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak were Anand-Milind duo the sons of Chitragupt. I don’t recall it having a title of Tum Hi Ho song though. I think you’re confusing with Ashiqui 2 which has a song with this title. It’s music was by Mithoon.


welcome back Gajendraji.
I was thinking of your wish to write a pot for the song from “Ghulam” as I wrote the post for Rani Mukherjee’s birthday, still waiting
Unfortunately, I haven’t heard today’s good sounding song- neither on any music channel or radio. Netflix & other OTT options are not available as I haven’t subscribed to any- have not felt the necessity for additional entertainment outlets.
Thank you for introducing this song


Thanks Nalini ji. You’re most welcome. The Ghulam song post is in the pipeline. It should be in my next few posts. I won’t wait for any anniversaries for it!


Thanks for the informative post Sir, enjoyed reading a lot,…….


You’re most welcome Sir. Glad you liked my post!!


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