Sanjog Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.00/10 from 113 votes
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Sanjog is a story about Bombay-bred Narain who falls in love with a village belle named Yashodra. They get married and move in with Narain's family, but Yashodra becomes very close to Narain's nephew, Sonu. This causes tension with Lalita, Narain's sister-in-law. Tragically, Sonu passes away, sending Yashodra into a deep depression. She gives birth to a daughter but remains fixated on Sonu, leading to her institutionalization due to insanity.

Narain turns to alcohol to cope with his grief, while their daughter is adopted by Lalita and his brother without knowing her true parentage. Years later, their daughter Asha, now a mother herself, visits India and discovers the truth about her parents. She finds Yashodra in a state of delusion, holding a piece of log and singing to it as if it were Sonu. Asha must now make a difficult decision that will test her love and loyalty.

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Steven Martinez

The soundtrack of Sanjog beautifully captures the emotional depth of the storyline, enhancing the audience's connection to the characters and their struggles.

Jennifer Smith

Each track in the soundtrack complements the narrative arc of the film, creating a cohesive and immersive listening experience that stays with the audience long after the movie ends.

Carol Allen

Joseph Hill

The use of traditional Indian instruments in the music adds an authentic touch to the film's setting and enhances the overall cultural richness of the story.

Donald Evans

Overall, the music in Sanjog is a powerful storytelling tool that elevates the film to a whole new level, making it a memorable and emotionally resonant cinematic experience.

Jennifer Green

The haunting melodies in the soundtrack evoke a sense of melancholy and longing, perfectly mirroring the tragic events that unfold in the film.

Deborah Turner

The soundtrack's ability to convey the complexity of relationships and emotions in the film is truly commendable, creating a profound impact on the viewers.

Kenneth Nelson

The songs in Sanjog are not just background music, but integral pieces that convey the characters' inner turmoil and conflicts with great depth and sensitivity.