Tuesday July 31, 2007

Dhokha (Hindi, M.M.Kreem)

Posted by Karthik

Shakeel Azmi’s meaningful wordplay stays on in Anjana, a charming, old-worldly tune. Kreem’s own rendition in the milder version is a bit more striking than Kay Kay’s! Pakistani musician Shiraz Uppal composes/ sings Sayeed Quadri’s eloquent Roya re convincingly enough, barring some commonplace backgrounds. Rafaqat Ali Khan carries the angst-ridden title song well, backed by Kreem’s thoughtfully powerful orchestration while Kab tujhe is a throw-back on Kreem’s softer, violin-loaded repertoire – simple, very tuneful. The composer who wishes to be addressed differently across 3 film industries, is back and Dhoka’s music works because of its understated elegance.

Keywords: Muzamil Ibrahim, Tulip Joshi, Maragadhamani, M.M.Keeravani, M.M.Kreem, Dhoka



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