Archive for the ‘Marathi OST’ Category

Suman Sridhar’s retro-style opener to Mona Darling rides on her splendid singing, with an awesome hook. The song shifts mood suddenly with a wonderfully waltz’y—and Ilayaraja’ish!—tone, led by Shreya Ghoshal, even as Sonu Nigam swoops-in in full style. Kunal Ganjawala offers the 3rd shift with a lovely Broadway-style flamboyant ending. Vaat disu de too is […]

Wednesday April 6, 2016 18:43

Sairat (Music review), Marathi – Ajay-Atul

Mark Graham’s strings and woodwinds section opens Yad lagla in an astonishingly beautiful way. The melody is gorgeously tender as if trying to extricate itself from the nuanced and mesmerizing symphony that the composers have conjured. For the second interlude, they start small and move to a goosebumps-inducing crescendo. In Aatach baya ka baavarla, after […]

Sur niragas ho is an enthralling Ganesh bhajan with stellar vocals by Shankar. For Dil ki tapish, the lovely, Keeravani’ish song, the trio bring Vasantrao Deshpande’s grandson, Rahul Deshpande, to deliver the immediately affecting tune! Rahul also headlines Sur se saji, with a mesmerising Ahir Bhairavi’ish tune, while Man mandira, set to Des raaga, gets […]

Vande mataram‘s recreation by Ajay-Atul is spell-binding! They take the good old, familiar verses and make an anthem out of it all over again! Vishwajeet Borwankar, Ajay Gogavle and Rahul Saxena take on the rousing part of the tune, while Savni Ravindra and Amruta Natu handle the softer ‘Sujalaam sufalaam’ and ‘Shubrajyotsna’ portions in a […]

Kalandar crackles with the nostalgic energy of a classic 80s pop (very Wham’ish!) song. Jasraj Jayant Joshi leads it darn well, with the song adding layer after layer of all Amit Trivedi regulars – endearing backing vocals, absorbing sax and horn phrases, and a captivating hook. Pinjade wale is identical and it’s a mystery why […]

Wednesday June 11, 2014 21:06

Lai Bhaari (Music review), Marathi – Ajay-Atul

Ajay sounds a lot like Sukhwinder Singh in the booming Mauli mauli, a captivating prayer form that the duo has already mastered! Kunal Ganjawala rules over New nava tarana; the tune is catchy, with its rich theatrical music, while Aala holicha is very filmy, but the arrangements and foot-tapping rhythm makes a huge difference. Ye […]

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