Oye! Bollywood Filmi
In the current times, it is quite rare to see a single pair of composer and lyricist come together for an entire soundtrack. A few days back Mirzya boasted of this combination [Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Gulzar] and now there is M.S. Dhoni - The Untold Story which has composer Amaal
You are a tad apprehensive around what the soundtrack of Beiimaan Love would have to offer. After all the first song to be released, and that too many weeks ago, was 'Hug Me' and it didn't quite give an impression of a well-rounded score. However, as a few other tracks
With a title like Pink, you expect a lively and youthful score for the film. That said, the film's promo has given an impression of a dark drama ahead. Hence, one waits to hear what an ensemble team of composers and lyricists have to offer with the soundtrack here.
When it comes to films coming from the house of Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, one thing is definite - it has to be 'different'. Be it Aks, Rang De Basanti, Delhi 6 or Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, the commercial response to these soundtracks may have varied but no one could challenge them
As far as I can recollect, there has never been a film based on the musical instrument 'banjo'. Hence, when a film comes with this title, it is prudent that 'banjo' plays a good part in the entire soundtrack. Vishal- Shekhar are ropes in to make this possible for the
You expect 'freaky' music from Freaky Ali, considering its whacky theme and exciting humor (promised through the promo). With Sajid-Wajid at the helm of affairs, you look forward to some fun times in the soundtrack of this Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer which has Sohail Khan at
Given the action genre of Akira, you expect the film to be a song-less affair. Hence, it is surprising to see four songs in there (with a couple of repeat versions) and none other than Vishal-Shekhar returning as composers after Sultan. Manoj Muntashir is the prime lyricist with