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A contemporary 'Muslim social' from Yash Raj Films centering round Hyderabad, Lucknow- and food! Add the hot young stars Aditya Roy Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra, and Sajid-Wajid getting their first chance with YRF, and expectations really run high.
Tips as producers are usually known for hit songs and - better still, good music.
Mika begins the album with one of his better drawls...we mean songs, 'Veerey Di Wedding'. The construction of the song is innovative, especially in the first antara, in which the
They are humongous. The Salman Khan-Himesh Reshammiya combo is back three years after Bodyguard.
There are only two compositions that Himesh actually composes here - and the standout one, 'Tu hi tu' has not less than six versions, thus accounting for half the
With Varun Dhawan and Parineeti Chopra, we expect a peppy, youthful score. Add Dharma Productions and the benchmark becomes Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani!
Two songs on this soundtrack are adapted with due credit to the originals, 'Saturday Saturday' (Indeep
This is a detective thriller with Vidya Balan in the lead and her Parineeta-Lage Raho Munna Bhai music team of Shantanu Moitra and Swanand Kirkire at the musical helm. Expectations are good.
The music is familiar, sometimes tired and with a heard-before feel. The folk
Low expectations are there, though we are still hopelessly hopeful (!) of magical music being the market magnet for a small concept-based film.
The two item songs, 'Madam Ji' (Geet Sagar, Ritu Pathak, Sadhu Sushil Tiwari) and 'Ras Bhari Bhari' (Tarannum Malik)
Horror movies work best with great music and at least one haunting track. So we expect something nice here.
Two very skilled veteran singers, Shaan and Mahalakshmi Iyer, pump all they have into a melodious romantic duet, 'Sau Dil Bhi Jo Hote', that sounds