Posts Tagged ‘akshay kumar

From the promos, Om mangalam by RDB sounded mundane, but ironically, that is the best track of the soundtrack. And, it’s merely a passable track inspired no doubt by Singh is King’s sound. Anu Malik mauls the rest of the soundtrack with terribly jaded tunes and the most predictable sound arrangements – Lakh lakh is […]

Despite the ambient mood set by its ominous backgrounds, Bohemia’s I got the picture is mostly contrived – tries too hard to fit a Hindi track in an alien format…and fails. Neeraj Sridhar composes the very spritely Aaja Maahi and sings it along with Tulsi Kumar, but it’s in Salim Sulaiman that the soundtrack truly […]

Friday December 12, 2008 21:09

Music review: Jumbo (Hindi – Ram Sampath)

Everything gonna be alright is worn-out, with every predictable filmy hip-hop element thrown in, while the Timberlak’ish Dil mera jumbo manages to grate even more. This is Pritam territory but Ram’s composition and arrangement seriously fall short. Chayee madhoshiyan is cheese and sugar overdose – just what you need when two mini, multi colored elephants […]

Kailash, Paresh & Naresh serve an ace in the earthy S.I.D.H.U, peppered with lively lyrics by Kailash, but their other track, Chak lein de, despite all that techno-sound and inspirational theme, is passable. The other trio, Shankar Ehsaan Loy, get both their songs right – the striking title song with the right tinge of mock […]

The title song by Calvin Broadus featuring a ‘poonjabi’ Snoop Dogg is straight Doggy ishtyle, but in the Indian milieu this hip hop mix is rather bland. Pritam’s variant of the title song, Bas ek king, on the other hand, is bang-on with excellent vocals by Mika and Neeraj Shridhar. Jee Karda and Talli hua […]

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