Sunday March 5, 2017

Machine (Music review), Hindi – Tanishk Bagchi, Dr.Zeus and Viju Shah

Posted by Karthik

Itna tumhe sounds like something that’s the output of Mahesh Bhatt/Vishesh Films roping in Justin Bieber to produce a song for them. It does have an affable sound and Yaseer Desai’s singing helps. Tu hi toh mera too is very Bhatt and the strings-loaded sound is passably interesting. Chatur naar has its sight at the foot and manages to move it a few seconds. Jubin Nautiyal leads Tera junoon pretty well, with the sound is captivatingly and stereotypically remaining Middle Eastern. Dr.Zeus’s sole contribution Brake’an fail is punchy Punjabi pop riding on Jasmine Sandlas’ rousing vocals. Typically Abbas-Mustan mainstream soundtrack.

PS: The Mast mast remix that was released beyond the actual soundtrack (for no obvious/particular reason, I’m assuming) is as bad as Tanishk’s Humma humma remix. It’s baffling that he can produce a genuinely interesting remix like Tamma tamma again (Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya), but also produces mediocre, pointless remixes like these too.

Keywords: Machine, Tanishk Bagchi, Dr.Zeus, Viju Shah

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  • rnjbond

    I’m not sure which “remake” is worse in this soundtrack – Tu Cheez Badi or Chatur Naar. Honestly, whose idea was it to take a classic and fun Kishore Kumar song and turn it into some hybrid electronic dance piece?

    By the way, does Neha Kakkar only do remakes of songs now?

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