Monday November 6, 2017

Tumhari Sulu (Music review), Hindi – Assorted composers

Posted by Karthik

Guru Randhawa spruces up his Tu meri rani (2016) into Ban ja rani, with help from the former’s mixer Rajat Nagpal; a significantly better version. Tanishk uses Kavita’s original vocals in Hawa Hawai 2.0 and hits another remix jackpot. His original, Manva likes to fly, is an ebullient tune articulated with infectious enthusiasm by Shalmali. Farrata, by Amartya Rahut is a high-energy song brimming with breathless enthusiasm. Santanu Ghatak, making his Hindi debut after the Bangla album Hingtingchhot, produces the soundtrack’s best, the delightfully mellow Rafu, featuring beautifully involved vocals by Ronkini Gupta. Tumhari Sulu nails its multi-composer sound brilliantly!

Keywords: Tumhari Sulu, Laxmikant-Pyarelal, Guru Randhawa, Rajat Nagpal, Tanishk Bagchi, Amartya Rahut Bobo, Santanu Ghatak

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