Wednesday January 7, 2015

Baby (Music review), Hindi – Meet Bros Anjjan, M.M.Kreem

Posted by Karthik

Beparwah is a fantastic departure from the usual Meet Bros Anjjan brand of music. Apeksha Dandekar’s diva-like vocals soar beautifully with the captivating tune, with the orchestration playing along approrpriately! The song’s other version (MBA swag!) is, unfortunately, pathetic. The soundtrack however belongs to M.M.Kreem and lyricist Manoj Muntashir, however, for Main tujhse pyaar! The male version, by Papon, is more flamboyant, with Kreem’s trademark violins, compared to Ramya Behra’s other, female version that is minimal and utterly endearing! Manoj’s lyrics too, in both versions, is mighty impactful, and also a bit Gulzar’ish in the female version! Short, immersive soundtrack!

Keywords: Baby, Meet Bros Anjjan, M.M.Kreem

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  • rnjbond

    Nice soundtrack. Wish we had more M.M.Kreem in Hindi soundtracks. Special 26 was a fantastic soundtrack, the two versions of Main Tujhse Pyaar are fantastic on Baby… and it looks like he hasn’t had an original Hindi soundtrack since Lahore (which was also a very nice one).

    Remember how good his soundtracks in the 2000s were? Jism, Sur, Paheli?

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