@Baadshah Nah. You can clearly seen the scene itself transitioning into songs. The emotions. That's exactly why those are masterclass in screen writing. A proper musicals & that has always been Sooraj's core strength. What could be a 5 minute dialogue filled scene, he replaces the same with songs, conveying the whole emotions of those dialogue with shear poetry.
Even in his dull PRDP, you can clearly see that when Jalte Diye. The whole emotions, the conflicts, the guilt all of it is expressed through those lyrics & visually the diyas are the representation of it. That is simply mastering the art.
You can see it in legendary directors in their legendary films. Be it The Godfather where a simple object like orange fruit plays such an important role. Because the presence of oranges in any scene in Godfather signifies death (in a way hints viewers that a death is gonna happen on screen). Sooraj incorporated it into his musical dramas & the emotions are varied. Reason why be it Karan Johar or Aditya Chopra, learnt film making from him. The inspiration was that strong.
Even the critics have never raised a finger on Sooraj Barjatya's directorial skills. Because the finesse touch is still intact.