Archive for May, 2011

Tuesday May 10, 2011 17:32

Veera (Music review), Telugu – Thaman S

Ekkadekkada is predictable Thaman-material, but is still engaging, mainly due to NS Ramya’s confident vocals. O meri bhavri too employs all familiar Thaman stock-sounds to good effect in a tune that mildly resembles Band Baaja Baraat’s Dum dum. Chitti chitti reuses Thaman’s own Nagaram tune – sounds fresh, still. Hossanam (O sanam?) works like a […]

Naina is every bit the template that Pritam used to great effect in Rajneeti’s Bheegi si; even Mohit Chauhan seems to be sleep-walking through this one. Thoda sa pyaar, however, works due to sheer power of an absorbing tune, besides Sunidhi’s highly engaging vocals. In fact, it’s other two variants – by Mannan Shah and […]

Omkareswari is that perfect filmy blend of massy devotional frenzy, while Amabadari works its charm using rhythmic verses to great effect! Baba Sehgal’s In the night is embarrassingly cheesy, even as Chaitra’s enticing vocals tries desperately to prop an otherwise weak Nachavura. Ditto with Chiranjeeva – ennui-inducing, for most parts. It’s in Vasudhara that the […]

The title song is mighty intriguing using mobile’ish sounds and with a funky sound; composers Faizan Hussain and Agnel Roman whip up an interesting concoction, though lyrically it goes completely haywire. Itna kareeb aao sees Shamir Tandon using his Kaisi paheli genre again, even if that one was a straight lift; middling results here, however. […]

Monday May 2, 2011 18:34

Top recent listens – April 2011

Kutta – Pyaar Ka Punchnama (Hindi – Luv Ranjan) In a soundtrack with other composers like Clinton Cerejo and Hitesh Sonik (Yes! Of Stanley Ka Dabba fame!) the only song that stood out was Luv Ranjan’s corny song Kutta, sung by Mika Singh. You listen to Kutta once and you’d know! Life bahot simple hai, […]

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