Thursday December 17, 2009

Music review: Veer (Hindi – Sajid-Wajid)

Posted by Karthik

Taali is no doubt ambitiously mounted, but it’s still a largely lackluster and standard package, while in Surili akhiyon wale, Rahat sings something that seriously stereotypes him – it is a pleasant listen, however. Salaam aaya is a rather old-fashioned melody that strangely works for its sheer simplicity. Meherbaniyan has the Salman-style, street-smart appeal, while Rekha Bharadwaj aces Kanha with her usual rustic panache. Composers Sajid Wajid may be feeling relieved that they’re getting a slightly different project. And while they do try, things don’t really work as grandly as they want. Nevertheless, Veer’s soundtrack is a fairly interesting effort.

Keywords: Salman Khan, Sohail Khan, Mithun Chakraborty, Jackie Shroff, Zarine Khan, Sajid Wajid



  • BestMan

    ‘Kanha’ is by the Sharib-Toshi duo. On the back of the CD cover, it says the singers are: Rekha Bharadwaj, Shabab Sabri, Toshi & Sharib. Also in some article with Toshi, he said that he had a composition for Salman’s “Veer”. When will the music companies ever get the credits right?

  • Spidey

    Verdict : Salman is Gay,what else can you think of when he chooses Sajid & Wajid for every movie when all they give is shit load of crap?

    My review :

    And I can post my links here right?Kartik?Tell me no and I will make sure my links will ever be posted here

  • jaydeep

    This is old fashioned not a mind-blowing but still a decent sound track, atleast Sajid-Wajid have given the right feel to the soundtrack, they seem to have actually worked hard on this one.

    I have always believed lyrics/lyricist brings a lot more to table than they are usually credited for, this one is yet another example. I strongly feel its Gulzar’s presence that makes S-W sound better.

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