Tuesday November 18, 2014

PK (Music review), Hindi – Ajay-Atul, Shantanu Moitra, Ankit Tiwari

Posted by Karthik

Swaroop Khan is in his elements delivering a spirited Rajasthani track for Ajay-Atul, Tharki chokro, that seems content remaining within its genre. Nanga punga has a catchy, childish ring to it and impressive violin phrases too, while Bhagwan hai kahan, despite passionate vocals by Sonu Nigam, is adequately background’ish. Love is a waste of time and Chaar kadam sees Moitra dip into his Western Classical tinted templates – both are listenable, but nothing more. Ankit Tiwari-composed and sung Dil darbadar is Mohit Suri’ish and totally out of place! A soundtrack that’s as perfunctory as every other Rajkumar Hirani film’s soundtrack.

Keywords: Ajay-Atul, Shantanu Moitra, Ankit Tiwari, PK

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  • Jaydeep

    I like Chaar kadam, its kinda melody Anu Malik would’ve composed in his heydays. To give credit where due, chorus at the end of the main tune is nice a touch by shantanu.

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