Oye! Bollywood Filmi
From the perspective of music buffs today - expectations are very low, more so because Ravindra Jain is a melody-oriented composer, who does not pander to today's trends.
This fact is crystal-clear from the musical arrangements of the first two tracks, 'Kahin
We expect something special when there are 13 tracks in an action movie, with two more tracks as versions.
The album sets off on a whopper start with the Usha Uthup title track, 'Revolver Rani', with music riffs intentionally going the R.D. Burman way, and the
The sequel to Bhoothnath in 2008 aims at being more market friendly and socially-relevant - after all, BR Films has come in too as co-producers with T-Series. Multiple music makers come in, as per trends.
Meet Bros. Anjjan come up with one of their better tracks,
Subhash Ghai and his sense of music are legendary. Karz, Hero, Karma, Ram Lakhan, Saudagar, Khal-Nayak, Pardes, Taal, Yaadein, Kisna - the music of all these films burst charts or at least won hearts even if the later films did not work. His last two directorials, Black-And-White and
With Sonu Nigam and Bickram Ghosh at the helm, we expect out-of-the-box music that is thematic, but not intended to be a bestseller or a chartbuster.
A deep and musically intense prelude begins Shubha Mudgal's 'Jal De', a haunting track that is a layered
We expect mass-friendly youthful music in a film with a Salman Khan flavour added - that is some melody and elegance as well.
The ongoing obsession with the human derriere, we hope, has reached saturation point now. Kumaar's 'You Got Me Going Crazy With Your
This is a light love story between a Punjabi and a South Indian and we expect the music to have an apt tenor with a possible blend of elements from both regions.
'Offo' (Aditi Singh Sharma-Amitabh Bhattacharya) is the lead track - superficially catchy and