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A T-Series detective thriller too should be musical.
Few recent albums have started with the best track, and few best tracks are so much above the rest of the album as 'Sooraj dooba hai' (Amaal Malik-Arijit Singh-Aditi Singh Sharma).
Rousing and cheerfully
The third Arbaaz Khan production with Sajid-Wajid - this time a romcom - generates expectations.
The album starts off with the classic half - Punjabi song 'Phatte tak nachna' - classic as in typical over the last decade or so. Sunidhi Chauhan's rich voice,
This is a musical thriller from the Bhatts, and we have gargantuan expectations, especially after Aashiqui 2 and Citylights.
The album begins with the soulful title-track, 'Khamoshiyan', sung by Arijit Singh, exquisitely written by Rashmi Singh and composed by
This is a horror film with Bipasha Basu in the lead and the director of Ragini MMS 2. So we expect a hit music track.
The soulful lyrics (Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay) are the soul of 'Katra Katra' (composed and) rendered by Ankit Tiwari with Prakriti Kakar. Abhendra takes
Huge - after all, this is a Vinod Chopra-Rajkumar Hirani-Aamir Khan film after 3 Idiots.
Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal get into the crazy. Vibrant beats of 'Love is a waste of time' with a sense of insouciant fun in the sing-song beats. The lyrics ('Poori
Prabhu Dheva's first adventure with Himesh Reshammiya - a desi choreographer tuning in with a rooted composer leave us with great expectations.
Don't go for excellence in lyrics (Sameer Anjaan, Shabbir Ahmed) as that is too much to expect in this film. Swing
We expect commercial music that is the perfect blend of melody, trendy appeal and bigness in sound.
'Main to superman Salman ka fan' (Wajid) is clearly like the title-song of yore, emphasizing and establishing the character of the hero of the film. However, we