There are massive expectations from the music of Bajrangi Bhaijaan. After all, it is a Salman Khan film. Moreover, the music of his last film with director Kabir Khan, Ek Tha Tiger, had boasted of chartbuster music too. Moreover, composer Pritam is returning to the scene after a hiatus
One expects a functional score in Guddu Rangeela. Since this is a plot based film, one doesn't quite hunt for a chartbuster outing here. Moreover, films coming from Subhash Kapoor (Jolly LLB, Phas Gaye Re Obama) have comprised of situational score. Still, with composer Amit Trivedi
There have been so many instances when films have arrived with almost nil expectations. Especially when the promotion has been way too limited, you don't really root for the music which is in the offing. Bezubaan Ishq is one such film. With relatively unknown composers (Babli
One has huge, really huge expectations from the music of Hamari Adhuri Kahani. After all, the combination couldn't have been better. Mohit Suri, Mahesh Bhatt, Emraan Hashmi, Jeet Ganguly, Mithoon, Arijit Singh, Shreya Ghoshal and more - There are ample names out there that have
When a film belongs to the music and dance genre, the obvious expectation is of an out and out foot tapping soundtrack which doesn't have a single dance moment. While the music of ABCD was good too, its songs had arrived for audience consumption quite late in the day. Thankfully
Honestly, since absolutely nothing is known about the film Uvaa, one doesn't carry any expectations either. Moreover, most of the composers (Rashid Khan, Hanif Shaikh, Palash Muchhal, Praveen and Manoj) and lyricists (Bhupendra Singh, Shiv and Hanif Shaikh) are new to the world
“The song” “Lest We Forget” was forged from a place not only of historical reflection, but more humbly from a very personal revelation.
I found myself thinking of my Dad leading up to Remembrance Day wondering how he would react to the