Posts Tagged ‘Chirantan Bhatt

The holi song, Go pagal, has Manj Musik as composer and Nilesh Patel as co-composer! For that composing power, it is a pretty mundane mix, albeit with a frivolously catchy tone. Chirantan Bhatt’s Bawara mann is a lot more assured, with a breezy accordion sound and a tinge of retro in the pleasant melody, besides […]

Ekimeeda‘s uncluttered and simple tune is easily likeable, particularly in Shreya and Udit’s vocals. Gana gana gana is perfunctory group song that is best left on screen with visuals, while Mrignayanaa featuring S.P.Balasubrahmanyam, despite the great start, gets into sitar-driven period-classical template. In Saaho saarvabowma saaho, Vijayprakash and  Keerthi Sagathiya scream their lungs out ambitiously, […]

Tuesday September 29, 2015 20:26

Kanche (Music review), Telugu – Chirantan Bhatt

Itu itu ani chitikelu evvarivo, beyond the symphonic touches mid-way and the Panthuvarali raaga tweak later, is essentially a typical Laxmikant-Pyarelal style 80s Hindi track. Ooru erayyindi eru horettindi‘s thumping sound is an easy winner, along with Shankar Mahadevan’s punchy vocals and excellent chorus. Nijamenani nammani sounds like Charukesi and Shreya seems to be thoroughly […]

Arijit sounds oddly labored in Chirantan Bhatt-composed Teri meri kahani, with a predictable Pakistani-pop sound. Chirantan’s other song, Coffee peetey peetey does sound like something composed over the music playing in the coffee store, while drinking coffee! Yo Yo Honey Singh’s Aao raja is his usual stuff that he composes, seemingly under the influence of […]

With Baby doll, it seems like composers Meet Bros Anjjan are yet to get over Truth Hurts’ Addictive – the same rythm regurgitated with a new, middling tune. Mustafa Zahid does well in Pranay Rijia’s serene, but largely droning Maine khud ko, while Chirantan Bhatt’s Lori of death joins the composer’s illustrious list of other […]

But for pronouncing it to mean not-so-appealing smell, the title song is a catchy hip-hop listen! Pitah se meanders along pointlessly and other variants of title song/theme end Meet Bros Anjan Ankit’s account swiftly. Yo Yo Honey Singh’s Party All Night drones on even more pointlessly. Hum na tode, oddly credited to PA Deepak, and […]

Of the two songs by Chirantan Bhatt, Mumbai ke hero has a street-smart tune, but is also incredibly absurd. His other song, Lamhaa tera works better with a breezy melody, sung well by Wajhi Farooki and Palak. Meet Bros Anjan Ankit’s Pinky is horrendously raucous, while the qawali, Khochey pathan is just perfunctory. Their last, […]

Apnaa mujhe tu lagaa is by-the-template ballad sung soulfully by Sonu Nigam – nothing new that we haven’t heard, but mildly impactful too. Chirantan scores better in the very Pritam’ish Uska hi banana, where Arijit Singh is the star, while Jaavedaan hai goes much deeper into Pritam territory – partly because of the harmonious chorus […]

Tum ho mixes Nadeem Shravan’esque simplicity with a Pritam-style uptempo hook; pleasant, but KK sounds uninterested. Sidharth Basrur makes a confident debut in the Latino-tinged Janiya, while his other song, Mujhe de de suffers due to a middling tune. Najam Sheraz and Jojo’s filmy rock sufi Tera hi bas is engaging enough despite sounding like […]

Ish Bector’s Kaala jaadu has a naive, folk’ish tune wrapped well in simple, effective orchestration. Kailasa trio – Kailash Kher, Naresh and Paresh’s Kya hawa kya baadal sounds interesting but is also clearly missing their pop outing’s stupendous standard, while Chirantan Bhatt’s Maula is too tepid and stale to make any impact. Tarun & Vinayak’s […]

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