Posts Tagged ‘Ankit Tiwari

Neeraj Shridhar offers a minor ray of hope for the stock dance tune in Nachange saari raat, while Meet Bros Anjjan dust their stock library once more for the title song. Meet Bros Anjjan’s last, Pagalon sa naach loses it completely, with its slapdash 90s style. Armaan Malik handles Jeet Ganguly’s 80s pop sensibility-laden Mujhko […]

Ankit Tiwari channels his inner Coldplay in Agar tu hota, singing it competently. Amaal Mallik’s Sab tera has a familiar melody that does check-box style Bollywood pleasantness; Shraddha’s vocals are pretty good! Meet Bros’ Girl I Need You has interesting vocals by Roach Killa, though the rest led by Arijit is less engaging. Meet Bros’ […]

Bombay Rockers’ 2003 chartbuster Rock Tha Party continues to sound fresh and catchy. Ankit Tiwari composes and wails through the rock-tinged Alfazon ki tarah where the music props the predictable tune. Television veterans and debutant film composers Inder and Sunny Bawra open with the impressive Rehnuma, a soulful melody with ambient arrangements, sung beautifully by […]

Soch na sake, with its gentle lilt and Arijit Singh’s vocals, is pleasant to the point of being soporific before Tulsi Kumar wakes you up with her dependably bad singing. Arijit’s solo version doesn’t have such impediments. Mera nachan nu, led by Divya Kumar, is standard-issue Punjabi liveliness, even invoking Jaidev Kumar’s Dil le gayi […]

Shantanu Moitra’s Maula is standard-issue filmy qawali with only Javed Ali’s singing holding it together. Shantanu’s other song, Tere bin is saccharine-sweet; the tune’s old-world charm, plus Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal wonderful vocals. Ankit Tiwari’s Tu mere paas is his template all through, evoking instant ennui. Prashant Pillai’s Tere liye, a brooding fusion of […]

To ju hain sees Ankit churning his standard template to the hilt. Where Ankit really scores is in his other two – Shukrana starts off meanderingly, but soon a pumping rhythm takes over and lifts the song up, while Alif se has catchy techno break-beats that work well. Jeet’s title song has a Bond theme’ish […]

Amaal Malik’s Sooraj dooba hain is a mighty enthusiastic techno dance number with lively vocals of Aditi and Arijit. Meet Bros Anjjan’s Chittiyaan kalaiyaan, the desi dance number is easy on the ears with Kanika’s extra oomphy vocals. Ankit Tiwari’s Tu hai, Boond boond and Yaara re are in typical Ankit-style – soaring, immersive melodies […]

The title song and Baatein ye kabhi na are vintage Jeet – wonderfully mellifluous and easily likeable, thanks also to Arijit’s vocals. Palak is darn good in the latter’s other version too, while the title song’s Unplugged version is Arijit’s show all the way. Bobby Imran’s lone tune, Tu har lamha (and its Anupam Amod-sung […]

Ankit Tiwari plays with Katra katra‘s backgrounds impressively, and nails the endearing tune as well, besides singing it really well, along with Prakriti Kakar. Mithoon’s Awaara has a tune that is both familiar and oddly enough, middlingly sung by both Altamash Faridi and Saim Bhatt. Jeet’s Chand aasmano se laapata is right up his alley […]

Swaroop Khan is in his elements delivering a spirited Rajasthani track for Ajay-Atul, Tharki chokro, that seems content remaining within its genre. Nanga punga has a catchy, childish ring to it and impressive violin phrases too, while Bhagwan hai kahan, despite passionate vocals by Sonu Nigam, is adequately background’ish. Love is a waste of time […]

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