Posts Tagged ‘Ankit Tiwari

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 […]

Jeet recycles his own 2013 rock ballad Man majhi re from Boss admirably well in Sun le zara; the original Bengali song’s singer Arijit reprises his role as well. Singham Returns is completely insipid; it’s MBA swag remix, even more so! Ankit Tiwari’s Kuch toh hua hai is distinctly like a Vishal Shekhar number – […]

Ankit Tiwari’s very Pritam-style Galliyan is gorgeously mounted; his singing, the guitar and flute, lovelorn lyrics… all come together wonderfully! The film’s leading lady Shraddha Kapoor is surprisingly good despite the occasional rough edges in the unplugged version! Momina Mustehshan carries Soch Band’s (Rabbi Ahmed and Adnan Dhool) Nescafe Basement song, Awari’s ambient recreation mighty […]

Tequila wakila is a competently foot-tapping rehash of the typical Enrique/Ricky Martin sound, with great vocals by Shreya and Ankit. Ankit’s other composition, Sawaalon mein soars with its intriguing, sweeping tune thanks to Shreya’s fantastic vocals. Gopal, Anand, Pawan composed title song is adequately background’ish. The soundtrack’s highlight is Mithoon’s Shukra tera, a gorgeously serene […]

Mithoon’s contribution, Tum hi ho is absolutely beautiful – Arijit’s solo, the duet with Palak Muchhal and the theme. Ankit Tiwari’s Sunn raha hai too is wonderfully impactful, with superb use of guitars and saarangi; Shreya’s version is filmy, sacharine-sweet, but. Jeet Ganguly owns the rest of the music which is strictly patchy and repetitive. […]

Jaidev Kumar’s Jugni is a funky remix of the classic tune, sung hyper-enthusiastically by Babbu Mann, while Sunil Bhatia’s Chu chu fares better in Debojit Saha ‘s acoustic version, than in Parthiv Gohil’s normal version! Amit Sial’s Main ek bhanwra and Abhishek Ray’s Raat mujhe are reminiscent of 80s parallel films’ music and are wonderfully […]

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