Sunday January 4, 2009

Music review: Victory (Hindi – Anu Malik)

Posted by Karthik

Money money is an irritatingly outdated dance (sigh!) track and Balla utha is as naive and silly as motivational tracks go in Hindi films. Aisa toh socha na tha, the sad song, is plain sad, with 90s Anu Malik touches while We love Kirket mind numbingly boring. Tu ne re digs from Malik’s 90s melody repertoire again and is just about listenable but the two 7+ minute tracks, Victory and Mazaa aa gaya offer a combined 14+ minutes of doze…unexpected siesta amidst a soundtrack. Looks like the composer is out to wreck havoc on Harman’s career, the second time around!

Keywords: Harman Baweja, Amrita Rao, Anu Malik

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  • jaydeep

    No comments yet. I guess Anu Malik himself gave the death blow to the debate over his form, with this album.

  • gokulpai

    I dont know why Anu Malik is targetted! Yes, the music output from him is bad these days…

  • Karthik

    gokulpai: That was smart…ask a question in sentence one and answer it yourself, in sentence two 🙂

  • crichessill

    mazaa a gaya sounds like eli re eli from yaadein

  • gokulpai

    🙂 🙂

  • pcrect

    The piano in the beginning and lots of times in the background throughout the song “Tu Ne Re” from the movie “Victory” is the riif of “Dream On” by Aerosmith! I mean such a popular riff! What can you expect from Anu Malik!

  • nakhrekartekarte

    ^^ That is completely false. I heard them both, there is no similarity. They both have piano intros with a million other Anu Malik/90s era songs. In fact the piano reminds me of that Zeher song.

    This was a very bad soundtrack. Anu Malik seems to be delivering a lot of hits and misses unfortunately. Tu Ne Re is the only good song, and the rest are just average to poor. Worst song is We love kricket

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