Saturday January 19, 2013

ABCD Any Body Can Dance (Music review), Hindi – Sachin Jigar

Posted by Karthik

Shambu sutaya must be most frenetically paced Ganesh bhajan ever, with a detour in sound for the sake of dance that is mighty pulsating! Shankar Mahadevan and Vishal Dadlani ace the track, in their inimitable style. Bezubaan is gorgeous mix of a sweeping ballad and hip-pop – great combo, made even better by Mohit Chauhan, Deane and Priya Panchal’s confident vocals! Psycho re mimics the Tamil-nadaswaram sound, but ends up making fun of it, than anything, complete with the stereotypical and annoying ‘Rascala’ – it is catchy, though. Man basiyo saanwariyo is Anushka Manchanda’s superb show, even as the composers layer the softer portions with the rock hook impressively! Chandu ki girl friend is a breezy Mumbaiya-style track ably handled by Raman Mahadevan, while Madhav Krishna’s Duhaai is a fantastic rock mix with occasional delights like that saarangi! Sorry sorry is very-Pritam’ish, but holds its own charm in the orchestration, while Suraj Jagan powers the short, impactful Kar ja re ya like only he can. Sadda dil vi tu is a superb musical melange, with particularly impressive percussion all through! For a dance-based theme, ABCD’s music is surprisingly less obviously rhythmic than usual, but it is impressively grand and showy!

Keywords: Prabhu Deva, ABCD Any Body Can Dance, Sachin Jigar, 200, #200



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