Tuesday December 30, 2014

Khamoshiyan (Music review), Hindi – Jeet Ganguli, Ankit Tiwari, Bobby Imran & Naved Zafar

Posted by Karthik

The title song and Baatein ye kabhi na are vintage Jeet – wonderfully mellifluous and easily likeable, thanks also to Arijit’s vocals. Palak is darn good in the latter’s other version too, while the title song’s Unplugged version is Arijit’s show all the way. Bobby Imran’s lone tune, Tu har lamha (and its Anupam Amod-sung alternate version, Subhan Allah) and Ankit Tiwari’s Bheegh loon work as great companion pieces to Jeet’s musical sensibility, with excellent melodies to boot. That leaves Naved Zafar’s Kya khoya, the substandard tune, sung poorly. But between Jeet, Bobby and Ankit, Khamoshiyan’s soundtrack is a winner!

Keywords: Khamoshiyan, Jeet Ganguli, Ankit Tiwari, Bobby Imran, Naved Zafar

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  • arziyaan

    Im getting strong shades of Ankahee (2006) by Pritam in a lot of these songs.

    This is a really good soundtrack however.

    4/5

  • Somadri Chatterjee

    Jeet Gannguli deserves a full album now.

  • Venky S

    Nice review… Jeet Gannguli and Ankit Tiwari are top notch composers these days and deserve to cut their own full albums instead of working these types of collaborations. A huge fan of Jeet’s work in City Lights and Aashiqui-2, and same with Ankit’s work in Aashiqui-2 and Ek Villian

    • Somadri Chatterjee

      I’m really waiting for Jeet Gannguli to use his dance/techno tracks in Bollywood! He’s known for his such tunes only in Bengal.

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