Archive for September 4th, 2011

Everything about Rozaana seems familiar, and if the track still works, it is only because of the spunk in the tune and Salim’s lively vocals. Rab rakha isn’t that lucky, with a stale tune that meanders laboriously with occasional respite from the Shreya Ghoshal-sung portions. Love love love goes down further – a pointless reggae-Bollywood […]

Let’s Party has a slow, addictive charm despite the dated filmy sound, much like Mind blowing girls and Awaara, and Ganesh continues to surprise with his singing. The rap-mixed mish-mash Zara suniyo G just passes muster, while Bolydude Ganeshan seems to focus more on the orchestration and lyrics than the tune…and falls flat. The album’s […]

Gulraj Singh sounds distinctly like Rahman in the short, ambient opener, Ganesh Mantra. Ehsaan brings his bluesy touch to cook a mighty unlikely, but highly enjoyable Ganaraj Adhiraj; that ‘Jai jai Ganapati’ chorus is a killer! Shankar Mahadevan’s son, Siddharth debuts in Tu hi hai, an addictive tune with wonderful interludes (featuring Hamsika Iyer in […]

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