Friday December 13, 2013

Dhoom 3 (Music review), Hindi – Pritam & Julius Packiam

Posted by Karthik

The title song‘s 3rd variant is more glitzy, pointless sound the original tune; Naya’s Arabic version feels mildly different thanks to the language. Malang sounds safe – throws in Middle-Eastern exotica, familiar sufi to concoct an easily catchy song. Kamli holds some frenzied and innovative orchestration, while conforming to YRF’s Punjabi guidelines. Mohit Chauhan carries the flamboyantly assembled tune and sound of Tu hi junoon well, while Dhoom tap is meant only for the screen. Of the 2 tracks by Julius Packiam, the Dhoom 3 Overture is better than the assembly-line kids’ chorus in Bande hain hum. Dhoom-free soundtrack, this.

Keywords: Dhoom 3, Pritam, Julius Packiam

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  • Bean Doke

    dont forget that parts of original dhoom machale track are inspired by

    Jesse Cook – Mario Takes a Walk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3iTfEF52kw

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  • nakhre

    ´Dhoom 3´ : Pritam Copies Bally Sagoo´s ´Dil Cheez Hai Kya Janaa´ For ´Kamli´

    planetbollywood.com decided this…. these two songs sound NOTHING alike….

  • k3sava

    No idea why but I liked “Bandhe Hai Hum Uske” and “Kamli”.

  • arziyaan

    I was wondering where I heard Kamli Kamli before, and it turns out it is reused from the interludes from “Dil Mera Muft Ka” from Agent Vinoid. They literally sing “ni main kamli kamli”

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