Posts Tagged ‘Sachin-Jigar

Of the three songs by Sharib-Toshi, ironically, the only song that works is their recreation of Jawad Ahmed’s original, Samjhawan that is spruced up well, with engaging vocals by Arijit Singh and Shreya Ghoshal. The other two, Saturday (another recreation, original belonging to The Titans and Badshah) and Emotional fool are regulation style dance tracks. […]

Sachin Jigar get the Telugu masala idiom mighty well in Rowdy fellows, but it is a bit too templatized, with a very familiar and predictable hook to make any difference. But the duo get back to their Shuddh Desi Romance territory in Meher meher – lovely, breezy melody, with the harmonium’ish sound as the highlight, […]

Sachin-Jigar’s Issaq tera and Jheeni re are reminiscent of Pritam’s Jab We Met. They sound fantastic, nevertheless, thriving on excellent vocals by Mohit Chauhan (and Smita Jain for duet), and Rashid Khan and Prathibha, respectively! With Rahul Ram’s vocals, Sachin Gupta’s Bhole chale has Indian Ocean’s heady, free-flowing flavor. Sachin’s other song Aag ka dariya’s […]

Atif and Shreya are in great form in Jeene laga, a hummable breezy tune, despite the slightly spruced 90s sound. Shreya joins Atif again in the pleasant, lilting melody in Bariyan, while Atif even briefly sings in a falsetto in Rang jo lagyo, his spritely, Atif’ishly sweeping solo. Mika’s Hip hop pummy is a perfectly […]

Talia Bentson’s tantalizing vocals kick-start the heady Slowly slowly, while Jigar takes highly addictive ode to the good, dancy night to new heights! The anti-Monday anthem, Khoon choos le ups the ante further – a thoroughly enjoyable and wacky track with the occasional sitar and hilarious lyrics. Babaji ki booti, a trippy, smoked-out track has […]

Sajid-Wajid’s recreation of Bappi Lahiri’s super-hit, super-kitschy 80s originals – Naino mein and Taki taki – use the source material well, resulting in fairly entertaining versions in a fresh, new-kitschy way! It’s when the duo is entrusted with creating new material that they flounder – Dhoka is plain horrendous, while for the moronic Bum pe […]

Sachin Jigar’s reworking of Chaalbaaz’s Naa jaane is sufficiently funky thanks to oomphy vocals by Anushka Manchanda. Their other 2 songs – Capuchino, a cool offering with interesting vocals by Abhishek Nailwal and a neat Celtic hook, and Darbadar, a wonderfully arranged mod qawali of sorts, superbly sung by Monali Thakur – work very well […]

Out of the four tracks, the soundtrack sees the composers bestowing three on Atif Aslam – Aa bhi ja has him soaring with his vocals in his characteristic style; Dil na jaane, his techno-duet with Anushka Manchanda is sufficiently foot-tapping and Hai na, that he dominates completely above Priya Ranchal. Surprisingly, the composers reserve the […]

Shambu sutaya must be most frenetically paced Ganesh bhajan ever, with a detour in sound for the sake of dance that is mighty pulsating! Shankar Mahadevan and Vishal Dadlani ace the track, in their inimitable style. Bezubaan is gorgeous mix of a sweeping ballad and hip-pop – great combo, made even better by Mohit Chauhan, […]

Go Go Govinda is repetitive… and addictive! Mika and Shreya rule the song; Aman Trikha kills the reprise. Don’t worry plays on Dum Maro Dum’s memorable prelude and works as a danc’y tune! Tu hi tu, Himesh’s last song is in his awkward, earlier form; messy modern bhajan. Meet Bros Anjjan’s Mere nishaan, fabulously sung […]

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