Archive for August 12th, 2010

Naina lage is a good enough tune that works better because it is repeated thrice! Parveena’s (Wife’s theme) works better than Bhupinder’s or Mitali’s. Altaf Raja’s Falsafa yeh zindagi ka cannot be blamed on the nasal singer alone; composer Nayab Raja is the main culprit for this pedestrian, subway-beggar’ish tune. However, the composer reclaims some […]

Thursday August 12, 2010 19:13

Irandu Mugam (Music review), Tamil – Bharadwaj

Kannum kannum is typical Bharadwaj – a lovely, rhythmic tune with better anupallavi than pallavi, Minsaram medhuvai is typical Bharadwaj too – the pointlessly outdated mod sound of the composer. He gets behind the mike for Pen nenjam, a soaring pathos-tinged melody that sounds like a Islamic devotional song with occasional guitaring – is tuneful, […]

Gandu makkalu cruises smoothly enough with its foot-tapping, but oft-repeated tune, except when it stumbles upon childish interludes. Dilkhush is a lovely melody; very catchy, with simple, lovely arrangements, while the mildly-Black Eyed Peas’ish Boom boom pa merely passes muster. Inthi ninna preethiya is sweet, but very stale as far as the melody goes, while […]

NW1W, except for Ovvoru manidhan, that is so Bharadwaj that it is hard to believe Sundar composed it; good melody with heartfelt lyrics by Na.Muthukumar. Keywords: Harish, Ghajini, Amala Paul, Sundar C Babu, Sindhu Samaveli

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