Friday June 23, 2017

Tubelight (Music review), Hindi – Pritam

Posted by Karthik

A dash of Middle Eastern and a cleverly clinical variance to Balam pichkari makes Radio a great listen. Amit Mishra’s vocals and the hyper-enthusiastic backgrounds help. Amitabh Bhattacharya’s lovely lines bring Naach meri jaan alive in a big, happy chorus. In Tinka tinka, the brilliant chorus designed by Vivienne Pocha and the jaunty strings overpower the middling tune, accentuated by Jubin Nautiyal’s poorer film version. Atif Aslam adeptly handles Main agar‘s endearing melody amidst dreamy orchestration and KK’s film version is livelier and better! Kuch nahi, in all three versions, is sappy and kuch nahi indeed. Adequately bright, this Tubelight.

Keywords: Tubelight, Pritam

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  • rnjbond

    Is it just me or is half this soundtrack a slightly altered Bajrangi Bhaijaan? Naach Meri Jaan is very similar to Chicken Kuk-Doo-Koo (with a little bit of Tu Meri Agal Bhagal Hai thrown in), Kuch Nahi reminds me A LOT of Tum Jo Mila, and even Radio is a lot like Selfie Le Le Re.

    Also, I know I’m preaching to the choir here, but how the hell does Sony Music justify releasing the full album one day before the movie releases?

    • Gaurav Arya

      Yes,i agree with you. But Main Agar(KK) stands out tall.

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