Sunday October 27, 2013

Bullett Raja (Music review), Hindi – Sajid-Wajid & RDB

Posted by Karthik

The title song has the same kuthu-energy as any other South Indian hero introduction song, while Don’t touch my body is adequately and simplistically bawdy. In the catchy Jai Govinda, the composers utilize the Pritam style quite effectively and also effortlessly appropriate parts of Mere naseeb main’s Sharma gayee interlude, while Satake thoko doesn’t have all that luck. RDB’s sole contribution, Tamanche pe disco is ideal only for a drunk Punjabi wedding. The soundtrack’s clear winner is Saamne hai savera, an almost Pancham’esque melody led superbly Shreya Ghoshal. From utterly pointless soundtracks, this one is surprisingly decent progress for Sajid-Wajid!

Keywords: Sajid-Wajid, Bullett Raja



  • Gokul Nath S

    jeez man..i know its your personal blog and this is just your views and stuff but ‘Don’t touch my body’ is like the worst song this year. I mean its incredibly the abuse of that particular genre. How can somebody even make a song like that? And to call it simplistically bawdy? ghosh!!

    • milliblog

      Huh? It sounds like every other bawdy song Sajid-Wajid and other composers make year after year, in the name of ‘item song’. It fits right into that stupid genre’s template (so, rather tame simplistic) and is bawdy. What did you infer to outrage like this?

  • Sambhu Mahendran

    Saamne hai savera reminds me of Chori Kiya from Dabbang.

    • nakhre

      it doesn’t sound anything like chori kiya re from dabang…. except maybe the music.

      the bonnie chakravorty parts instantly reminds me of bali brambhatt weird tu kuru tu kuru parts in the Judaai (1997) title song.

      Samne hai savera is the only listenable song in this album, but nothing outstanding.

  • spongebob

    new telugu album -‘prema ishq kadhal’ by novice composer shravan

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