Tuesday September 13, 2011

Azaan (Music review), Hindi – Salim Sulaiman

Posted by Karthik

With its lilting Middle Eastern pop feel, Afreen makes for a nice listen, particularly with Salim Merchant crooning it, while Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s reprise version draws from his vocal style equally well. Bismillah is almost Rahman’ish, with carefully calibrated rhythm and a thoroughly harmonious tune. Habibi wears the Middle Eastern sound on its sleeve, but is largely templatized, even as Benny Dayal and Mitika try their best to save it. The soundtrack’s best is however Khuda ke liye, sung by Salim and Shraddha Pandit; a sonorous tune that surfaces even beyond the predictable Salim-Sulaiman sound. Familiar, conventional…yet listenable soundtrack.

Keywords: Aazaan, Azaan, Salim Sulaiman

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  • AbLob1

    A wonderful album. all songs are great I couldn’t find any flaws, Music is great by Salim Sulaiman. I loved Bismillah song well written by Irfan siddique.

  • R

    Decent album! Did anyone else notice similarity in Khuda Ke Liye and ‘Aadha Ishq’ from Band Baaja Baraat (also by Salim Sulaiman).. especially the start.

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