Music Director: Himesh Reshammiya No Innovation at Music.
Yo Yo Honey Singh Nothing new to offer.
Ice Cream Khaungi:Poor Lyrics
First Song of the movie with very poor lyrics given by
Shabbir Ahmed. Himesh Reshammiya, Yo Yo Hiney Singh and Palak Mucchal sing it
with verve but lyrics had kill the mood.
Dard Dilo Ke:Melodiuos
Song has maintain the mood of retro intact with the lyrics
given by Sameer Anjaan and song is sung by Mohammed Irfan very beautifully.
Hai Apna Dil Toh:Classical Song kept alone
Experimentation of classical song was good but would have
worked much better. It should be kept away from this album. It remind us the
old song of 1958.
Catch Me if You Can:Sound Copied One
Two many voices has mixture this fast paced song. It do not
indicate any particular genre. Song is sung byHimesh Reshammiya, Mika
Singh, Mohit Chauhan, Neeti Mohan, Shalmali Kholgade and Shubhangi Tiwari.
Favorite word of Himesh Reshammiya which has let him down
with composition is not tuned and lyrics of Sameer Anjaan again billingual...
Sheeshe Ka Samundar:Good
Another good song of the movie sung by Ankit Tiwari a
melodious singer of Aashiqui 2 and lyrics given by Sameer Anjaan. This is a
Gazal Blended with contemporary tune. Composing is wonderful.
Himesh Reshammiya is better composer then Actor......
directors M.M. Kareem andHimesh
Reshammiyamake no effort with the songs either.
Bobby Singh’s cinematography is good but the good shots tend to be repeated
with Shree Narayan Singh’s editing.
Tujh Sang Lagee:Soulful
‘Tujh Sang Lagee’ sung beautifully by K.K. and M.M. Kreem is the opening song
of the album. If you have any interest in sufi /qawalli music then you will not
be able to contain your emotions listening to this wonderful track.
Gore Mukhde Pe
Zulfaan Di Chaavan: Shreya Ghoshal whose vocals are beautiful.
Male vocals by Aman Triikha, Shabab Sabri and lyrics by Shabbir Ahmed are
average.Song is a good.
Dharpakad:Bappi Da comes into the scene now with a highly situational
song with quirky and comical lyrics representing the team of Special Chabbis.
Bappi Lahiri does well with his energetic vocals in Dharpakad.
Aamir Khan is back after a long break in the movie Talaash, as in his work the expectations from the music are also high. The music department of Talaash is handled by the very talented Ram Sampath, who also worked with Aamir Khan for the TV Series Satyamev Jayate. Lets see what they have in offering for us...
The album has a total of 6 tracks with 5 original tracks and a remix version.
First track, Muskaanein Jhooti Hai, sung by Suman Sridhar in her old-world kind of voice gives album a very good start. The song has a kind of jazzy & groovy feel to it, supporting the mystery theme of the movie. Very Good Song
Jee Le Zara, second track from the album sung by talented singer Vishal Dadlani in his high-pitch voice tone. The song has a very good energy and is supported with a easy on air music from Ram Sampat and a masterly written lyrics by Javed Akhtar. Chartbuster Song
Jiya Lage Na, third track from the album sung by Satyamev Jayate fame Sona Mahopatra, in her husky voice supported with a decent music. The has a kind of classical feel to it with a good use of electronic instruments.Average to Good Song
Fourth track, Hona Hai Kya, crooned by Ram Sampath himself and has a deep dark, mysterious scenario kind of feel to it. The song picks up pace after a slow start and helps build mystery around the film. Good Song
Laakh Duniya Kahe, the final track of the album also sung by Ram Sampath. It's a kind of emotional love song with a dark and mysterious theme to it, the song is well supported by well penned lyrics from Javed Akhtar
The remix version of Jee Le Zara is a pacy and loud but the original is far more better.
Overall: Its groovy, jazzy and a little mysterious, Our picks are Muskaanein Jhooti Hain, Jee Le Zara, Hona Hai Kya. Its a good buy !!!
Review Description: Akshay Kumar is back as Khiladi in the movie Khiladi 786, a franchise of the Bollywoods biggest Khiladi series. Music lovers are excited about the music of the movie and this time it is handled by Himesh Reshmmiya. So we can expect a mass appealing music with Special Himesh touch to it, so lets see what we have in offering.
Khiladi 786 has a total of 12 tracks in the album of which 7 are original and 5 are remix versions of original tracks.
Lonely, first track of the album sung by Yo Yo Honey Singh, Himesh Reshammiya, Hamsika Iyer starts of with Yo Yo Honey Singhs rapping with a table beat in the background, Himesh Reshammiya & Hamsika Iyer takes up the later part of the song and vice varsa. The song has a good disco beat to it and with special Yo Yo Honey Singh rap. Its an average kind of song.
Balma, second track from the album is a said to be a tribute to late R D Burman from Himesh Reshammiya. The song has been sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Sreeram. This track can be Chartbuster with its fiery lyrics and good music and a sensational singing by Shreya Ghoshal. Its already topping the charts guys!!!
Third track, Long Drive sung by popular singer Mika Singh, The song starts off as a mix of Rock beat and desi kind of rap. The lyrics of the song could have been better matching the music beat. Ordinary to average kind of song.
Sari Sari Raat, Fourth track sung by Himesh Reshammiya with his special nasal croon touch to it. Its a melodious song with a good use of traditional instruments like Tumbi which gives a feel of a dreamy world of love. Its a good song.
Hookah Bar, the fifth track of the album comes as a disco number with a fast beat and a melodious tune to it. Although singer Himesh Reshammiya, Vineet Singh and Aman Trikha fails to impress with this song becoz of not so catchy lyrics. Average number.
Khiladi (Title Track), sixth track is the title track of the album sung in a chorus by Vineet Singh, Aman Trikha, Yashraj Kapil, Alam Gir Khan etc... The song has a rusty and desi feel but again lyrics could have been better as this is a the title song. Ordinary to average song.
Tu Hoor Pari, final original track of the album is nicely sung by Javed Ali, Shreya Ghoshal, Chandrakala Singh and Harshdeep Kaur. It has a kind of desi punjabi song with a good use of punjabi instrumentals. Average Number.
The Remix versions of songs are just about average and are a bit louder.
Overall: Its a Decent Music Album with few good songs like Balma and Sari Sari Raat. If you are a Himesh Reshammiya Fan go get it, Otherwise...
Review Description: After super success of Dabangg, Salman Khan is back with its sequel Dabangg2. The music of Dabangg 2 is composed by talented duo Sajid-Wajid and the expectations are high from the duo, lets see what they have served for the music lovers.
Dabangg 2 has total of 8 tracks of which 5 are original tracks and 3 remixes.
The album kicks of with song Dagabaaz Re, sung by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Shreya Ghoshal, the song has a very similar feel like Tere Mast Mast Do Nain from Dabangg. Its Melodious, Simple and Easy on the ear song, it has potential to get a Melodious Hit status.
Second track is Pandeyjee Seeti sung by Shreya Ghoshal, Mamta Sharma & Sajid. The song is a blend of classic hit Chalat Musafir & Munni Badnaam. Its a nice dance number featuring Malaika Khan & Salman Khan.
Fevicol Se, third track from the album is a item number featuring Kareena Kapoor and is sung by Mamta Sharma. The song has very catchy lyrics Laundiya patayenge miss call se with creative rhymes to create a feel of total & bindass masti, lyrics like This one can be a Chartbuster for sure !
Saanso Ne is sung by Sonu Nigam & Tulsi Kumar. Its a love song with a romantic feel to it. The song can be a hit with time not a instant hit but a good one.
Dabangg Reloaded is the fifth track & title song of the album and it has a very rusty and powerful feel to it, of course it explains how Dabangg Salman is in this film. This song is sung by none other than Sukhwinder Singh who also sang Hud Hud Dabanng in its prequel. The song gives a good impression of powerful theme of the film.
Overall: This album has potential to be a Mass Hit in the Music Department, Our favorites of the album are Dagabaaz Re, Pandeyjee Seeti, Fevicol Se.
Music for Cocktail is done by Pritam Chakraborty, better known as Pritam. The music of Cocktail is lively and trendy. Three songs are noteworthy from the album.
‘Tumhi Ho Bandhu’, sung by Neeraj Shridhar and Kavita Seth has all the chance becoming a hit among the youngsters. The song is picturized upon Deepika, Gautam and Diana Penty when they go for a weekend outing to Cape Town.
‘Daaru Desi’ is sung by Benny dayal and Shalmali Kholgade. It is also a joyful song matching the temperament of the movie.
‘Juguni JI’ is originally a Pakistani track sung by Arif Lohar and Harshadeep Kaur. This track certainly owes a lot to its original creators. The song is a fine blend of Sufi and Punjabi folk music. It is picturized upon Deepika, Saif and Diana Penty in a tragic sequence. This is my personal favorite from the movie.