Chain Aye Na Title Song Review: Shahroz Sabzwari’s Close-ups Overshadow a Decent Song


Ever since the trailer of Syed Noor’s upcoming movie, Chain Aye Na came out, social media has been questioning WHY it came out in the first place.

Over-the-top drama, bad action sequence, loud acting and a staged direction – Chain Aye Na has everything Pakistani cinema doesn’t need at the moment. Even big names such as Nadeem Baig, Atiqa Odho and Bahroz Sabzwari can’t seem to save the cliché love triangle shown in the 4-minute long trailer.

Now, after a Shaadi track and a delay in release date, the makers have released its title track, sung by Ammar Baig and composed by M.Arshad. Surprisingly, the song is NOT as bad as the trailer. It’s actually decent enough to remind us of early 90s soft Bollywood tracks.

Unfortunately, the video of the song is SO distracting (not in a good way) that it’ll leave you questioning your decision to listen to the song in the first place. Shahroze Sabzwari’s bubble pink t-shirt with an even pinkier pout in close-up is just not the kind of entertainment we’ll ever sign up for.
The song’s video shows Shahroze as a love sick boy who’s playing the guitar without any thoughts to the rhythm. He’s fantasising about his love interest (Sarish Khan) who’s pretty happy shopping with the villain fellow. Bahroz Sabzwari makes an exaggerated appearance as the worried father and that’s pretty much it.

In the name of supporting our cinema, we suggest you listen to the audio, if only once.