Oye! Bollywood Filmi
We do have high expectations from this film from the co-producer of Love Aaj Kal, Agent Vinod, Cocktail and above all, Go Goa Gone, and the look and vibe of Finding Fanny fans our hopes further!
Mathias Duplessy, like another overseas composer, Wayne Sharpe in Raajneeti's
The soundtrack is mainly created by Sneha Khanwalkar, who is more of a curator of music than a composer. But since the film is a co-production of Anil Kapoor and a remake of the classic Hrishikesh Mukherjee film Khubsoorat, we do have expectations.
The music is
Huge! This is a Sanjay Leela Bhansali-produced bio-pic, after all.
A gradual build-up of the militant cadences with the right beating of drums and rousing folk choruses pave the way for Vishal Dadlani's strident tones as he steps into the rabble-rouser 'Dil
Vikram Bhatt has twin musical influences - his family lineage (responsible for classics like Baiju Bawra and Himalay Ki God Mein) and his mentor Mahesh Bhatt. Vikram seems to have absorbed a lot from them, and this usually reflects in his musical highs.
For a change, we
Kunal Deshmukh has had a good record in saleable as well as good music (Jannat, Tum Mile, Jannat 2) and though his regular composer Pritam isn't around, this music too is expected to be in sync with both the film's subject and the market.
The first thing that
This is an action film with music only as an added attraction. Add multiple composers as gimmicks and expectations are at best medium.
Four composing entities, each known for specific kinds of songs, are roped in here to provide - well, those specific kinds of songs.
A film about dance must have good music. Period.
The lead track, 'Ishq Da Bukhar' (Krishna Beura, Amrit Maghera, who is the leading lady of the film) is as trite as can be, but the soulful tenor and the fact that it could have sounded novel 15 years ago makes