Saturday September 30, 2017

Chef (Music review), Hindi – Raghu Dixit and Amaal Mallik

Posted by Karthik

Shugal laga le and Banjara are heady melanges! Raghu mixes racy Celtic-sound with rhythmic desi folk; the former, with its Kerala folk mix works flawlessly! Darmiyaan is Raghu’s trademark – intimate and engaging rock ballad, with a melody reminiscent of Happy New Year‘s Preetiya hesare neenu, but with higher guitar quotient. Nikita’s fantastic singing props the catchy, brass-laden Tan tan, while Khoya khoya has an affable pathos that sometimes gets bogged down by Shahid Mallya’s whiny vocals. Amaal’s lone composition, Tere mere is a harmless, predictable melody at best. Less inventive than Bewakoofiyaan, but likeable album nevertheless by Raghu Dixit.

Keywords: Chef, Chef Hindi, Raghu Dixit, Amaal Mallik

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  • rnjbond

    I wish Raghu Dixit would get more opportunities in Bollywood – his last couple outings have been great (I really enjoyed Bewakoofiyan, but even Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge had some good songs) and obviously his pop albums were fantastic.

    I’m a huge fan of Banjara – it really encapsulates the wanderlust spirit and huge praise to Dadlani’s singing!

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