Tuesday July 21, 2015

All Is Well (Music review), Hindi – Multiple composers

Posted by Karthik

Shabbir Ahmed’s wishful thinking of 4 Saturdays in a week is the only solace of Amaal Malik’s Char shanivaar. Himesh gets Arijit for Baaton ko teri, but the tune is monotonous and painfully simplified. But Himesh’s other two songs are pretty good – the catchy Punjabi mix of Yolo, sung fabulously by Sreeramachandra, and the punchy Tu milade, by Ankit Tiwari. Nachan farrate, by Meet Bros Anjaan, beyond the snazzy music, is predictable item tune. Mithoon’s reinterpretation of Anand Milind’s Aye mere humsafar strips the original’s sweetness and is also terribly sung. All is not well, but Himesh Reshammiya is.

Keywords: All Is Well, Himesh Reshammiya, Amaal Mallik, Mithoon, Meet Bros Anjjan, Anand Milind

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  • rnjbond

    Mere Humsafar could have been so much better – the arrangements are rather good. I normally like Mithoon’s voice, but he doesn’t sound good here. Of all times to use Arijit, this would have been one. And then, of course, enough has been said about Tulsi. It’s embarrassing the way T-Series forces her on music directors.

  • liamcolemax

    The first song in the album, Chaar Shanivaar is a typical party number sung by Vishal Dadlani Badshah, and Armaan Malik.
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