Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Dum Maaro Dum Mp3 Songs

1 – Mit Jaaye Gham (Dum Maaro Dum)
Anushka Manchanda
2 – Te Amo (Duet)
Ash King & Sunidhi Chauhan
3 - Jiyein Kyun
Papon
4 - Jaana Hai
Zubin Garg
5 - Thayn Thayn
Abhishek Bachchan, Ayush Phukan & Earl
6 – Te Amo (Female)
Sunidhi Chauhan
7 – Te Amo (Reprise)
Mohit Chauhan
8 – Te Amo (Remix)
Sunidhi Chauhan

Monday, March 21, 2011

Dum Maaro Dum Music Review

Dum Maaro Dum Music ReviewFilm: "Dum Maaro Dum"; Music Director: Pritam Chakraborty; Lyricist: Jaideep Sahni; Singers: Anushka Manchanda, Ash King, Sunidhi Chauhan, Papon, Zubeen Garg, Abhishek Bachchan, Earl, Ayush Phukan and Mohit Chauhan; Rating: ***

Pritam Chakraborty is back on track after the not-so-rocking music in the film "Thank You". For "Dum Maaro Dum", the composer has created both fast- and slow-paced numbers that are enjoyable and hummable.

The film album offers seven tracks.

It begins with the title track "Mit jaaye gham", which is a revised and re-arranged version of the cult 1971 song "Dum maaro dum" from the film "Hare Rama Hare Krishna".

This version has been sung by Anushka Manchanda and has been made contemporary with new lyrics, rap and additional beats and sound effects.

The song has a neo-age feel and might be a hit on the dance floor, but it somehow lacks the appeal of the original.

Up next is a song "Te amo", describing a girl and the various facets of her personality.

Crooned by Ash King and Sunidhi Chauhan, the moderately paced track is quite pleasing and hummable and adds a soft touch to the album. It also includes a few English lyrics.

The song has two more versions. One a solo by Sunidhi and the other a reprised version by Mohit Chauhan.

While the solo version is just slightly slower than the original and has a female singer taking the mantle of the song, the reprised version is the most impressive. Even more than the original.

Mohit instills life into the song with his mesmerising vocals and the raw feel of the unplugged song creates an impact.

Then there is "Jiyein kyun", which is the best song of the film. Sung by Papon, the song starts with no music in the background and the full focus is on the vocals.

After a few seconds in the song, light music seeps in, giving way to a stronger orchestration that then follows. It has a very raw, fresh feel to it with colloquial lyrics.

The guitar riffs later in the song draw interest and engage the listener. On the whole, a super composition and great singing by the vocalist.

Finally, there is "Thayn thayn", which has none other than actor Abhishek Bachchan behind the mike with ample support from Earl and Ayush Phukan.

Abhishek is mainly rapping in the track. It starts with a dialogue, but soon acquires the hip-hop feel. It is a situational song.

On the whole, Pritam has proved with this album that he has the capability of churning out interesting tracks. A good job done by the composer.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Holi SMS in Hindi free

Holi sms - 1
Saade rang ko galti se aap naa kora samjho,
Isi mey samaaye indradhanushi saaton rang,
Jo dikhe aapko zindagi saadagi bhari kisi ki,
To aap yun samjho satrangi hai duniya usiki,
Holi aayi satrangi rango ki bouchar laayi,
Dher saari mithai aur mitha mitha pyar laayi,
Aap ki zindagi ho mithe pyar aur khusiyon se bhari,
Jisme samaaye saaton rang yahi shubhkamna hai hamaari.

Holi sms - 2
Gul ne gulshan se gulfam bheja hai,
Sitaro ne aasman se salaam bheja hai,
Mubaraq ho aapko holi ka tyohar,
Humne dil se yeh paigam bheja hai.

Holi sms - 3
Lal, gulabi, neela, pila hathon me liya samet,
Holi ke din rangenge sajni, kar ke meethi bhent.

Game Mp3 Songs

1 – It’s a Game
Vishal Dadlani
2 – Maine Yeh Kab Socha Tha
Shaan, Anusha Mani, Loy
3 – Mehki Mehki
Shreya Ghoshal, Kshitij Wagh
4 – Kaun Hai Ajnabi
Aditi Singh Sharma & K.K
5 – It’s a Game (Reprise)
Mika Singh & Hard Kaur
6 – Mehki Mehki (Remix)
Harry Anand
7 – Kaun Hai Ajnabi (Remix)
DJ Busco

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Thank You Mp3 Songs

1- Pyaar Do Pyaar Lo
Mika Singh

2- Razia Master
Saleem & Ritu Pathak

3- Full Volume
Neeraj Shridhar & Richa Sharma

4- My Heart Is Beating
Sonu Nigam

5- Pyaar Mein
Neeraj Shridhar & Javed Ali

6- Razia (Remix) Remix
Abhijeet Vaghani

7- Pyaar Do Pyaar Lo (Remix) Remix
Abhijeet Vaghani

8- Full Volume (Remix) Remix
Harry Anand

9- My Heart Is Beating (Remix) Remix
Harry Anand

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Tanu Weds Manu MP3 Songs

1 – Sadi Gali
Lehmber Hussainpuri
2 - Yun Hi
Mohit Chauhan & Ujjaini
3 – Rangrez
Krsna
4 - Piya
Roop Kumar Rathod
5 – Mannu Bhaiya
Sunidhi Chauhan, Niladri, Ujjaini, Rakhi Chand
6 - Jugni
Mika
7 – Rangrez (Hey Rangrez Mere Hey)
Wadali Brothers

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Thank You Music Review

Thank You Music ReviewFilm: "Thank You"; Music Director: Pritam Chakraborty; Lyricists: Amitabh Bhattacharya, Ashish Pandit and Kumaar; Singers: Mika Singh, Master Saleem, Ritu Pathak, Neeraj Shridhar, Richa Sharma, Sonu Nigam and Javed Ali; Rating: **

Pritam Chakraborty is known for creating interesting and impressive soundtracks, but he fails to compose anything extraordinary for "Thank You". The sounds and songs are ordinary.

The music album contains five originals and four remixed tracks.

It opens with the a re-arranged version of "Pyar do pyar lo", a hit cabret number from Firoz Khan's 1986 film
"Jaanbaaz". Pritam has revisited it with new lyrics and new appeal. Crooned by Mika Singh, both sounds and lyrics are a put off. The neo-age version falls flat. Not a very good beginning for the album.

It also has a remixed version.

Next is "Razia", a fast-paced item number kind of a song that has Master Saleem and Ritu Pathak lending vocals to it. While the musical arrangements have contemporary techno beats, the style of singing and lyrics are rustic. Despite the experiment, the song falls flat and creates no interest.

A remix follows this version too, which is average.

Then comes in "Full volume", which hints at the olden style of singing. Sung by Neeraj Shridhar and Richa Sharma with nasal touch, which used to be prevalent in retro songs. It also has rap in the background and the base beat reminds you of the composition in "Zor ka jhatka". On the whole, this love song too fails to make a mark.

Even the remix sounds stale.

Next is titled "My heart is beating", where Sonu Niigaam tries to mimic singer Shabbir Kumar, giving the song a touch of the 1980s and 1990s. It offers equal amount of contemporisation with English lyrics and modern beats. However, even though it's funny in the beginning, the song fails to hold the interest.

Again the remix version has nothing extraordinary to offer.

Finally, the album offers a moderately-paced love song called "Pyaar mein". Javed Ali and Neeraj Shridhar try to impress with the mushy lines, but ordinary composition takes away the soul from the song. It doesn't connect with the listener, although Pritam tries to come in his own skin with this number.

On the whole, quite a disappointing soundtrack by Pritam. The composer has done a much better job in the past, but "Thank You" somehow misses his magic touch.