Amit Kumar is on a roll nowadays. While Chance Pe Dance has a little sweet rap by Amit, Shahrukh’s Dulha Mil Gaya has a wonderful new age Qawwali called Dilrubaon ke Jalwe sung by him. The video has SRK dancing on the floor, something that doesn’t go with him always, but the song is anyways good and Amit Kumar has been wonderful. Monali, who sings the song with Amit, is good too.
The song has energy and is full of masti. In fact for me it’s the most heard song of the movie yet. Check out the video and lyrics here.
पढ़ना जारी रखें “Dilrubaon ke Jalwe: Dulha Mil Gaya (Amit Kumar)”
Ken Ghosh becomes music director from director. Adds Sandip Shirodkar. Calls up Amit Kumar. Amitabh Bhattacharya is asked to write some lyrics. And then we get one small 1.57 minute song.
Certainly Ken knows the importance of the small rap-dance number. Though I still doubt if the voice is of THE Amit Kumar, I think he can do it easily as he has done such things previously too. Can see Jhankar Beats for reference.
The video is out. And the interesting thing is that Shahid is not plain dancing in the video but trying to act at the same time. Check out the video. पढ़ना जारी रखें “Just Do It: Chance Pe Dance”
I doubt if Jatin or Lalit alone will be able to reach the level of Jatin-Lalit. But they are trying. And here is one of those tries. Lalit Pandit composes for Shahrukh Khan-Sushmita Sen starrer, Mudassar Aziz’s Dulha Mil Gaya, which turns out to be a good album with a mixture of old and new tastes. Here is a review of the album.
पढ़ना जारी रखें “Dulha Mil Gaya: Music Review”
It’s different. It’s all about dance and you’ll get to know that when you get to hear the songs. Composer Adnan Sami, who composes all the songs of the movie except ‘Just Do it’, has tried to make the songs catchy and energetic but hasn’t been very successful in making things all good. In some songs he’s good, in some just okay and sometimes failure. Here is a review of CPD music, in Alphabetical order of songs.
पढ़ना जारी रखें “Chance pe Dance: Music Review”