Posts Tagged ‘Salman Khan

Thursday October 16, 2008 08:39

Music review: Yuvvraaj (Hindi – A R Rahman)

Benny’s fabulous in the pensive melody, Tu meri dost; the contoured tune and nuanced orchestration works well. Beyond the instantly catchy facade, Shano is simplistically pop, while the lilting Tu muskura has wonderful vocals from Alka, and particularly Javed Ali. Mastam is at best a non-starter medley even as Zindagi, the Srinivas-solo, takes off from […]

Sajid Wajid regurgitate their assembly-line Punjabi music in the mellow Mannata and the so-called dancy Makhna – Sonu and Sukhwinder going through the drill respectively in these archaic tracks. Monty’s Wat’s up my bro is partly interesting – for the guitar work and its fusion with assorted Indian instruments like the tabla and sarod at […]

Sunday September 7, 2008 11:10

Music review: Hello (Hindi – Sajid Wajid)

The title track is so obviously an attempt to relive the Partner success that you actually feel sad for this duo! Rab ka banda showcases some glitzy backgrounds for a tune that’s just lifeless, while the Daler-Sunidhi track, Karle Baby Dance Wance is silly willy. Wajid bangs your aural nerves with the appropriately titled Bang […]

Thursday July 17, 2008 21:05

God Tussi Great Ho (Hindi, Sajid Wajid)

Let’s party is a lame attempt at the Shankar Ehsaan Loy kind of music, while the title song is an irritating mess. The Aati kya khandala knock-off with the Malad angle, Tujhe aksa beach ghuma doon is surprisingly neat with a childishly catchy tune! Neeraj Shridhar sounds unlike his usual ebullient self in the stylish […]

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