Showing posts with label sajid wajid. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sajid wajid. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Jai Ho Music Review

Jai Ho Music Review
Music Direction : Sajid-Wajid, Amal Malik, Devi Sree Prasad

What I expected? : Nothing much.

Baaki Sab First class Hai by WajidNaacho Re by Ujjaiyini, Photocopy by Himesh Reshammiya and Palak Muchchal and The Title track are skip worthy.
Tere Naina Maar hi Daalenge has noticeably beautiful vocals from Shaan, Shreya Ghoshal and Shahab Sabri even though the composition itself is rather too similar to Dabbang's Chori Kiya Re Jiya.
Tumko Aana Hi Tha works mainly due to the surprisingly frothy and light composition from Amal Mallik! The singers do well, while the keys led arrangements are kept aptly down. #Repeat
The same track is EDM-ised in Love You Till The End-House Mix. While it has an inherent feel good factor, the heavily Avicii inspired beats doesn't offer any novelty.

Verdict : Not for Tumko Aana Hi Tha, Jai Ho Music gives the academy award winning Rahman song 'Jai Ho' a bad name! Sajid-Wajid bhaiyyas, how can you make consistently bad music like this? I bow before you! _/\_  _/\_

Must Hears! : Tum Ko Aana Hi Tha


Monday, October 1, 2012

Son Of Sardar Music Review

Son of Sardar Music

Music : Himesh Reshammiya, Sajid-Wajid
Lyrics : Sameer, Shabbir Ahmmed, Irshad Kamil, Manoj Yadav

What I expected : Being the soundtrack of a completely commercial entertainer, some very catchy and massy tracks.

Son of Sardar by Aman Triikha and Himesh Reshammiya, the title track, starts off with an interesting dialogue piece by Ajay Devgan but moves on to become quite a catchy Punjabi setup which changes to nostalgic-slow at parts. Good singing by Aman and a good hear!
Remix is fast paced and catchy.
Rani tu mein Raja by Yo Yo Honey Singh, Mika Singh and Bhavya Pandit is an amazingly catchy dance track, beginning with Honey's superb Punjabi hip-hop and then translating to a total romantic Mika affair and Bhavya supporting beautifully.! Good hear!
Remix is not good.
Tu Kamaal di Kudi by Vinit singh and Mamta Sharma is a good Punjabi dance track, heavily arranged, and sung rightly making the track worth the hear.
Bichdann by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan is powerfully intense, sad and melancholic, boasting of meaningful lyrics and accurate, first class Hindustani arrangements with straight-from-the-heart singing by RFAK producing a gem of a song! Great hear! This is gonna linger for a long time.! 
Bichdann Reprise by RFAK itself has completely different arrangements, modern, sweet, romantic and a good hear!
Po Po sung by Vikas Bhalla, Aman Trikha and Himesh Reshammiya is basically another Punjabi dance track, nevertheless catchy and aptly arranged with foot tapping desi beats and full on energy singing. Good hear!
Yeh Jo Halki Halki Khumariya by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, composed by Sajid-Wajid is a painfully boring and wonderfully bad composition with below average arrangements(WTF with that rock fusion arrangements?!) with the saving grace being RFAK only.
Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein (Funk Version & House track trance) composed by Sandeep Chowta is just a dialogue piece by Mr Devgan with some Punjabi background setup.

Verdict : SOS soundtrack justifies expectations. Minus the Sjid-Wajid track, the album is a good and safe one which is predominantly Punjabi in flavor. Himesh Reshammiya has produced some good and catchy tracks having the potential of climbing charts in coming months.! Try it!