Wednesday, December 29, 2010

'Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji' Music Review

Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji Music ReviewFilm: "Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji"; Music Director: Pritam Chakraborty; Lyricists: Sanjay Chhel, Neelesh Misra, Kumaar, Sayeed Quadri; Singers: Mohit Chauhan, Sonu Niigaam, Shefali Alvaris, Kunal Ganjawala, Antara Mitra and Naresh Iyer; Rating: ***

Pritam Chakraborty's compositions in "Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji" album is perfect for the season of love. This is Madhur Bhandarkar's first comedy and the music of the film will be lovers' delight.

The film offers eight tracks.

Hummable, likeable and sweet number "Abhi kuch dino se" marks a good beginning for the album. It has been crooned by Mohit Chauhan and his voice is apt for the love song that creates a lively mood for the listeners.

Next is "Tere bin", which has all the qualities to be a chartbuster. The high point of the song is that it is sung by Sonu Niigaam, who is the master of the genre. The free flowing melody is interspersed with English lyrics. The easy on ears orchestration makes the love ballad more beautiful. It is moderately paced and is a song one would like to hear in loop.

The song also has two more versions - one is a reprise version, which has a raw appeal and has been sung by Naresh Iyer and the other is a usual remix version of the original with more beats.

"Yeh dil hai nakhrewala", sung by Shefali Alvaris, is an interesting number and has a rock feel. The song does engage for a while, but then loses its lustre. It is average.

It has another version called the film version where Antara Mitra replaces Shefali. However, the original is better.

Then comes another romantic number titled "Jadugari". The song with alluring guitar strumming has Kunal Ganjawala behind the mike. The musical arrangement is soothing and interesting.

Finally comes "Beshuba", a duet by Kunal and Antara. The soulful, breezy, love ballad is a typical Pritam composition with his signature style quite evident in the music.

On the whole, the album will be thoroughly enjoyed by people in love. Also, Pritam has done a good job of churning out melodious and soulful tracks.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

'Yamla Pagla Deewana' music review

Yamla Pagla Deewana music reviewFilm: "Yamla Pagla Deewana"; Music Directors: RDB, Nouman Javaid, Anu Malek, Sandesh Shandilya, Rahul Seth and Sanjoy Chowdhar; Lyricist: Anand Bakshi, RDB, Rahul Seth, Nouman Javaid, Anu Malek, Irshad Kamil and Dharmendra; Singers: Sonu Niigaam, Nindy Kaur, Shweta Pandit, Mahalakshmi Iyer, Rahul Seth, Javed Ali, Shreya Ghoshal, Daler Mehndi, Krishna, Sukhwinder Singh, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Ali Pervez Mehdi and Shahid Mally; Rating: ** 1/2

It was expected that the music of "Yamla Pagla Deewana" will have a heavy dose of Punjabi flavour because of the theme of the movie and the presence of three Deols - Dharmendra, Sunny and Bobby. So no suprises there. Along with that, the music also has rustic connect in a couple of songs.

Composed by multiple composers, the album has 12 tracks.

It opens with the title track, which is a revised and rearranged version of the original "Main jat yamla pagla deewna" from the 1975 Dharmendra-starrer "Pratiggya". Sonu Niigaam has done justice to the classic number and Nindy Kaur joins him for the song that has been contemporarised with additional lyrics and sounds by RDB. Overall an interesting beginning.

The song also has a remixed version called the house mix.

Next is a song, which has four versions. The original song "Charha de rang" has been sung by Shweta Pandit, Mahalakshmi Iyer and Rahul Seth. The track is already being liked by audiences. Composed by Nouman Javaid, it has a strong Punjabi folk feel. A good hummable song.

In the next version Rahul Seth has been replaced by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, while the female singers remain the same. The feel is pretty much the same, but Khan's vocals are definitely more captivating than Seth.

Then a solo number of the song is sung by Ali Parvez Mehdi. It is slow with no music. The entire number is just about the vocals.

Finally, the last version, which is again a solo by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan with hardly any background music. Khan uses various variations in the slow version.

Then there is a twist in the album with the entry of item number "Tinku jiya". It is composed by Anu Malik and sung by Mamta Sharma and Javed Ali. The song is high on beats and is totally soaked in the rural flavour. But the fast- paced dance number is just average.

To complete any album, a typical love song is a must and "Yamla Pagla Deewana" does not disappoint. "Sau Baar", which has Omar Nadeem and Shreya Ghoshal behind the mike, is the creation of Sandesh Shandilya. The romantic track is a likeable soft number that grows on you after a few hearings.

Then comes another item number "Chamki Jawani" composed by Anu Malik . It has been sung by Master Salim, Daler Mehndi and Mamta Sharma and has a strong mass connect. With the sound of the harmonium taking precedence, the track tries to create a desi atmosphere but fails to be a "Munni" or a "Shiela".

An overdose of item numbers is felt when the album throws up another similar track. "Son titariya", a fast paced song has complete rustic influences, is full of whistle sounds. Crooned by Krishna Beura and composed by Rahul Seth, it is not a great one.

"Kadd ke botal" has a Punjabi feel. Again a Seth composition, the song has been rendered by Sukhwinder Singh. Full of beats, the pacy number is quite apt to the theme of the film. But it is not very interesting.

The album is concluded with a-minute long Gurbani put together by Sanjoy Chowdhury and sung by Shahid Mallya.

On the whole, the album is apt for the film, but barring one or two songs, it doesn't hold the interest of the listeners for long.

Friday, December 10, 2010

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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

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Sunday, December 5, 2010

'No One Killed Jessica' Music Review

'No One Killed Jessica' Music ReviewFilm: "No One Killed Jessica"; Music Director: Amit Trivedi; Lyricist: Amitabh Bhattacharya; Singers: Tochi Raina, Biswasjit Chakraborty, Shriram Iyer, Raja Hassan, Anushka Manchanda, Sonu Kakar, Aditi Singh Sharma, Sonika Sharma, Vishal Dadlani, Mame Khan, Robert Omulo, Meenal Jain, Joi Barua, Raman Mahadevan, Amitabh Bhattacharya, Shilpa Rao; Rating: *** and 1/2

Amit Trivedi has arrived! The young composer, who has given music buffs a reason to celebrate with soundtracks like "Dev D", "Aisha" and "Udaan", proves his prowess yet again with the music of the forthcoming film "No One Killed Jessica".

The cutting-edge, out-of-the-box tracks are definitely worth a listen, especially "Dilli", which will give you goose bumps.

The film offers six tracks, all written by Amitabh Bhattacharya.

Anyone who has been following Trivedi's music knows that the composer usually likes to experiment and compose tracks out of the realms of a typical Bollywood song.

So is the case with the first track of the album "Aali re", crooned by a host of singers including Tochi Raina, Biswasjit Chakraborty, Shriram Iyer, Raja Hassan, Anushka Manchanda, Sonu Kakar, Aditi Singh Sharma and Sonika Sharma.

The song is the description of a bold, rebellious, outspoken, dynamic and headstrong woman. A lot of slang is used with edgy music. The song grows on you and is not something that is normally hummable, but it does make an impact on the listener.

Then comes in the star of the film "Dilli". Brilliantly sung by Tochi Raina, Shriram Iyer and Aditi Singh Sharma and keeping in mind the mood of the film, the song is extremely hard-hitting and makes you sit up and take notice.

It starts slow but soon gains momentum, packing in a lot of spunk and energy. With strong rock influences and a lead that pierces through, "Dilli" is a sure shot winner.

The track also has another version "Dilli harcore"; there is however not much difference between the two songs.

Next is "Aitbaar", another rock-flavoured arrangement with Vishal Dadlani, Mame Khan Manganiyar and Robert Omulo behind the mike. The song, which is an amalgamation of folk, rap and rock, is an amazing combo of outstanding vocals and engaging music.

Then the album takes a turn and brings forward a softer song "Yeh pal" to the forefront. Effectively voiced by Shilpa Rao, the song starts with a focus on vocals and minimal musical arrangements in the background. Slowly towards the end of the song there is a long musical piece where the orchestration becomes stronger and louder. A likeable track.

Finally there is "Dua", which is sung by Meenal Jain, Joi Barua, Raman Mahadevan and Amitabh Bhattacharya. The song starts with a soft prelude of varying tempo, which is more than a minute long.

The song gets a head start when the chorus sets in. It is quite engaging but after more than three minutes in the song, it gains momentum and the music becomes stronger and the pace becomes slightly faster. This arrangement gives an edge to the song.

On the whole, Trivedi, who is also a National Award winner, has given impressive music which is sure to create a stir.