Saturday July 7, 2012

Jism 2 (Music review), Hindi – Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Mithoon, Rushk & Abdul Baasith Saeed

Posted by Karthik

Despite its questionable origins, Ye jism makes for an engaging listen; it is too Bhatt’ish for comfort, however. Arko’s other two songs work considerably better – Ali Azmat carries Maula‘s searing pain wonderfully well, while in the pleasantly tuned Abhi abhi, KK is flawless and endearing even as Akriti lends wonderful support with her part in the duet. Mithoon’s Yeh kasoor is great showcase for Sonu Kakkar; she rules the highly tuneful song confidently. Rushk’s Darta hoon, with abrasive music, barely works. Hey walla, by Abdul Baasith Saeed is mundane techno-pop. Arko and Mithoon elevate Jism 2 to an appealing level.

Keywords: Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Mithoon, Rushk, Abdul Baasith Saeed, Jism 2, Sunny Leone

Note: Shreya Ghoshal has tweeted that she has been wrongly credited as the lone female singer in Abhi Abhi’s duet version! And Akriti Kakkar has tweeted that it was indeed her, while Shreya has sung only the end portions of the duet version.



  • nakhre

    Good but nowhere in the league of Mm. Kreem’s brilliant soundtrack to the first Jism.

    • Yes, rightly said. MM Kreem’s music was brilliant in Jism…very underrated music director. Hope bollywood makes use of his talent.

      • Gaurav Arya

        MM Kreem is genius. His compositions like There Is Jahan Mein are divine and underrated.

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  • Spandan Paul

    ‘Yeh Jism” is also inspired from another Turkish Song “Unut Beni” by the singer Bengu…

  • Mansur Khan

    Maula is a track which I felt nice hearing. Ishq bhi kiya rey maula… the way Ali Azmat voices those words. 

  • Jaydeep

    Yeh kasoor’s orchestration is signature Mithoon, but ghazal like composition is so 90’s Bhatt film styled. I hope we don’t, but if we do find its source from across the border, I won’t be surprised.

  • tejas

    Hey Walla sounds like one of the background numbers, you know, the kind that plays during *action* scenes of a typical Sunny Leone film.

    And the Opening riff of Abhi Abhi is so blatant copy of Agnee’s song for Splitsvilla that became famous a year or two ago.

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