Friday August 2, 2013

Satyagaraha (Music review), Hindi – Salim Sulaiman, Adesh Shrivastav, Meet Bros Anjan Ankit & Indian Ocean

Posted by Karthik

The larger-than-life sound of the title song only has Prasoon Joshi’s lyrics making a cut; it’s Raghupati raghav remix is strictly functional. But Salim Sulaiman get it right in their other song – Aiyo ji – Shraddha Pandit’s lovely singing complementing the semi-classical tune and frenzied techno music. Meet Bros Anjan Ankit’s Janta Rocks is a medley’ish song that hardly works. The soundtrack belongs to Indian Ocean’s impactful and anthemic Hum bole the and, in particular, Aadesh Shrivastav’s Raske bhare, a possibly Kanada-raaga based song that Shafqat makes it his own! Despite being a multi-composer album, Satyagraha’s soundtrack stands out!

Keywords: Salim Sulaiman, Adesh Shrivastav, Meet Bros Anjan Ankit (that’s it? Any other name being added in the future?), Indian Ocean

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  • rnjbond

    I really enjoyed the title song. Great lyrics and the chanting of Raghupati makes the song more anthemic.

  • nakhre

    sad to see Salim Sulaiman being reduced to multi-composer soundtracks of late…

    • rnjbond

      Which is unfortunate considering Salim Merchant’s rather awesome work with the Madras Chamber Orchestra and the Bombay Cinematic Orchestra

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