Music Reviews

Dulha Mil Gaya

Nelly Furtado sang All good things come to an end – and that’s especially true for music directors Jatin and Lalit. The duo who gave us memorable music for films like DDLJ, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Khamoshi and Yes Boss

Pyaar Impossible

Yash Raj’s next, Pyaar Impossible, looks like the perfect date flick to catch this winter. Both the film and its music seem to have been designed keeping in mind its primary target audience – teenage girls and young adults. The

Top 5 albums of 2009

1. Delhi 6 Just when his critics had started murmuring about his tunes getting repetitive, Rahman shut them up with his best album in recent years. Be it the folksy Genda phool, the devotional Arziyaan or the haunting love ballad

Breakthrough songs of the year:

1. Nayan Tarse – Dev D Nayan Tarse begins in style, with random sounds of mic feedback & noise distortion, then becomes slightly languid & lounge-like before it changes tempo and gets into the rock space! The lyrics depict pain

3 Idiots

It’s been a while since we heard a spirited and uplifting song like All izz well (Sonu Nigam, Shaan and Swanand Kirkire). The rhythm and the lyrics grab you from the word ‘go’ and it’s difficult to not hum along.

Radio

After lying low for a while, Himesh Reshammiya returns with Radio and springs a pleasant surprise. Unlike his earlier soundtracks, there are no catchy hooks or unnecessary repetition of a single phrase (tanhaiyaan, jhalak dikhlaja) here. Instead Himesh conjures up

De Dana Dan

De Dana Dan marks the return of the lucky pair Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif and brings back the team that gave us the super successful Hera Pheri. Given the plot, one anticipates a breezy, fun soundtrack. And music directors

Aao Wish Karein

You don’t expect much from the soundtrack of the Aftab Shivdasani-Aamna Shariff starrer Aao Wish Karein. But the album springs a pleasant surprise! The pick of the lot is Sabse peeche hum khade (Kunal Ganjawala), written and composed by Ankur

Kurbaan

The ‘90s title Kurbaan may sound unimaginative but the music lives up to expectations. One of the most underrated music duos in our industry, Salim-Sulaiman, delivers a superb soundtrack that showcases their versatility. The album kickstarts with Shukran allah (Sonu

Aladin

It’s one of folklore’s most popular tales and was also the inspiration for Sujoy Ghosh’s fantasy flick Aladin. The film, which releases later this month, boasts of a stellar cast including biggies like Sanjay Dutt and the Big B. The

Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani

Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani (APKGK) carries a lot of expectations. Renowned record label TIPS is the producer, bright young stars Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif come together in a Raj Kumar Santoshi flick and Midas man Pritam is the

Jail

Madhur Bhandarkar’s films are known for their content, performances and hard-hitting dialogues, not for their music. Not surprisingly, the music of Jail is making waves—not because there are two music directors and four lyricists at the helm— but thanks to

London Dreams

There were huge expectations from the soundtrack of London Dreams! Vipul Shah, Shankar Ehsaan Loy and Prasoon Joshi were teaming up for the first time! The film had big stars like Salman Khan, Asin and Ajay Devgn in the cast.

Tum Mile

When it comes to music in Hindi films, Emraan Hashmi is the Rajesh Khanna of his generation. And when Hashmi joins forces with composer Pritam, expect a magical score. After all, it was this duo who gave us those fabulous

What

“Interesting” is your first impression when you listen to the audio track of this Ashutosh Gowariker film. Interesting because the album lacks instant appeal but it could catch one’s fancy. The newcomer Sohail Sen (Sohail’s father is Sameer Sen of

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