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Expectations from the comedy are nil, given the multiple and mostly anonymous music makers.
Music: The Sarita Vardhan-rendered 'Samjhe Na Koi' starts on an authentic traditional note before settling into a modern groove, though with the raag-daari intact. Passably
Expectations are zero - with a newbie music director, an offbeat theme and little face value.
Arijit Singh, the only common point between the three musical revolutions of 2013 - Aashiqui 2, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and Ram-Leela, gets to sing the opening track, 'Pal
A Prabhu Deva film without music to dance to would like akin to a Rohit Shetty film sans action or a David Dhawan film minus comedy. With a track-record of Sajid-Wajid's Wanted and Rowdy Rathore, the director-choreographer now hooks up with Pritam. The film stars Shahid Kapoor,
There is nothing significant that we anticipate. The last Kaizad Gustad film was Boom a decade ago and the music was eclectic but not inspiring.
A killer of a song opens the soundtrack, boosting our hopes sky high. A lovely piano riff is followed by a soulful tryst
Dharma Productions and Vishal-Shekhar have delivered hit soundtracks together in Dostana, I Hate Luv Storys and Student Of The Year, and a low-key but passable score in Gippi. So expectations are between moderate and good.
Mamta Sharma's flamboyant, aggressive
There are no expectations really from this modest film's soundtrack.
However, Uttam Singh, a veteran musician whose best work as a composer includes Dil To Pagal Hai, Gadar-Ek Prem Katha and Pinjar, delivers old-world melodies, reminding us of the days of great mujras
Flavours of rustic music from Punjab are what we expect in this Sunny Deol 'action-athon'. Complete originality is something we don't really look for in bhangra-tappa-Heer land.
The theme song 'Singh Saab The Great' is, expectedly perhaps, fully in