Saturday July 8, 2017

Mubarakan (Music review), Hindi – Amaal Mallik, Rishi Rich, Yash Anand and Gourov-Roshin

Posted by Karthik

Barring that energetic rhythm and Sonu Nigam’s singing, Goggle Song is painfully generic. Amaal Mallik’s second song Jatt Jaguar is no different – that breezy interlude featuring Apeksha Dandekar is a good diversion, though. Rishi Rich and Yash Anand’s title song is completely banal while trying something Pancham’y in the background. Gourov-Roshin’s Haathon mein is pathetic pathos, but they get the traditional folk mix well with the mod sound in Dil dhadke louder louder, handled brilliantly by Rinku Giri and Puja Basnet! But their Hawa hawa remix is just hot air. The music hardly gives any reason to go Mubarakan.

Keywords: Mubarakan, Amaal Mallik, Rishi Rich, Yash Anand, Gourov-Roshin

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  • rnjbond

    What really bothers me about “Hawa Hawa” is the lack of credit given to the original composers. Usually with these remakes, there’s some credit given to the song that’s being remade, but not here. If I wandered into the song, I would have thought it was original and not a remake. T-Series did the same when they did a (very poor) remake of Nachangeh Saari Raat.

    This kind of practice should be unacceptable. It’s one thing to do these endless remakes that we see in Bollywood. It’s another thing to do it uncredited.

    • milliblog

      That may possibly be because of the fact that the Pakistani version by Hassan Jahangir itself was copied. From Persian singer Kourosh Yaghmaee’s Havar havar.

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