Quite opposite to once expectations and Prakash Jha’s image, Raajneeti seems to be a full fledged musical once you read the names of composers and singers on the cover of this album. And most of them succeed in doing it to quite an extent. Yes, Raajneeti has it’s fare share of good music. Here is more.
The album starts with Bheegi si, bhaagi si, which is a peppy, foot-tapping, Pritam type song sung by Mohit Chauhan with a relatively very new Antara Mitra who sounds something like Shreya Ghoshal. A good one to say the least. Catchy. Not long term, but not bad certainly.
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We have all heard and seen Mora Piya mose bolat naahi, showing Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, with Aadesh Srivastava singing his own composition. But as soon as the music of Raajneeti came out, there was a surprise. And a pleasant one at that. Yes, our very own Iktara girl, Kavita Seth also gets to sing a version of the beautiful song.
Though the version of the song is a Trance mix and we do not get to hear Kavita singing a regular version, she sings the song in her own way and her voice, very expectedly, suits the song a lot.
And as it has always happened, I feel dissatisfied as I get more and think that they should have a fourth version of the song with Kavita singing the regular song there. That would have given us a chance to hear her even better… Still, whatever I have got is welcome. To say the least.
Oops! That sounds good. I just happened to see a flicker of Rajneeti’s song Mora Piya on television and in the very first time, it sounded Kinda good. As I searched, I got to know that the song was composed and sung by Aadesh Srivastava. No debate again on whether Aadesh Srivastava is underrated or not.
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