Posts Tagged ‘Meet Bros Anjjan

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 […]

Add Bollywood’s garish excesses to an inherently simple and gorgeous folk tune, you get the film’s version of Tung tung. It only forces you to head to Sneha’s own original. Manj Musik gets both his tracks right – Singh aur Kaur is a punchy Punjabi rap package with a catchy hook, and Mahi aaja has […]

Amaal’s two songs – Main hoon hero and O Khuda – are engaging, and Armaan sings it with the right feel. In Main hoon’s other version, Amaal performs musical-photoshop on Salman Khan’s vocals. Jassi Katyal’s Yadaan teriyaan is maudlin, dated pathos. Meet Bros Anjjan’s Dance ke legend is loaded with every stock bit imaginable, on […]

NW1W. Atrocious mess, between 7 credited composers (9, if you consider Meet Bros Anjjan as 3 individual composers). Keywords: Not Welcome Back, Anu Malik, Meet Bros Anjjan, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Siddhant Madhav, Mika Singh, Music MG, Abhishek Ray

Shabbir Ahmed’s wishful thinking of 4 Saturdays in a week is the only solace of Amaal Malik’s Char shanivaar. Himesh gets Arijit for Baaton ko teri, but the tune is monotonous and painfully simplified. But Himesh’s other two songs are pretty good – the catchy Punjabi mix of Yolo, sung fabulously by Sreeramachandra, and the […]

Uzair Jaiswal mildly spruces up his 2010 Tere bin and sings it too, sleepily. The female version is by Tulsi Kumar… period. Amaal Malik’s lone song, Saiyaan superstar, is insipid. Dr.Zeus hands Kanika Kapoor a super catchy Desi look and she does a great job. Tony Kakkar’s Khuda bhi is jaded Bhatt template, while his […]

Yo Yo Honey Singh’s Birthday bash is his standard one-hook, barely functional song. Dr.Zeus’ Tipsy hogai has a nice enough Latin twang to tide over the predictable tune, while Indeep Bakshi’s Tere liye is adequately soporific. Tiger Style’s (!) Zaalim dilli and Milind Gaba’s Saddi dilli are terribly templatized Punjabi ditties, the former salvaged only […]

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 […]

Beparwah is a fantastic departure from the usual Meet Bros Anjjan brand of music. Apeksha Dandekar’s diva-like vocals soar beautifully with the captivating tune, with the orchestration playing along approrpriately! The song’s other version (MBA swag!) is, unfortunately, pathetic. The soundtrack however belongs to M.M.Kreem and lyricist Manoj Muntashir, however, for Main tujhse pyaar! The […]

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 – […]

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