Delivering a series of flops from his factory, this time RGV decided to take up an issue which would surely appeal the public emotionally and draw them all to the theatres. Music has always been a weak factor in his cinema but if you’re having the same image, you might be wrong.
1.Maula Maula – Singers: Sukhwinder Singh, Rooshin Dalal;
Music: Rooshin Dalal; Lyrics: Kalgi Thakar
The song is fast paced high energy song with Dhol as the leading instrument. There is no melody or a particular tune. It is a straight blatant composition with only Sukhwinder as the light of the song. The first song in the soundtrack is a “GET OUT”. (1st ever in Musical Sameekshaa)
2.Aatanki Aaye – Singers: Jaspreet Jazz; Music: Jaspreet Jazz; Lyrics: Kalgi Thakar
The song is pure rock base with great electric guitars. Jaspreet has sung it wonderfully. Lyrics are situational and nice. The song has a good engaging rhythm. It’s a one-time listen and you would feel bored very soon.
3.Khoon Kharaba Tabaahi – Singer: Suraj Jagan; Music: Amar Mohile; Lyrics: Rashid Iqbal
A quite soothing track with mild vocals of Suraj Jagan merges perfectly with the composition and lyrics. The sound of the slow storm like wind is worth noticing. The lyrics are also nice, melts with the song perfectly.
4.Raghupati Raghav – Singers: Sanahmoidutty, Anita Shridharan, Bornalee Deuri, Vishal R Khosla,Arun Jugle; Music: Vishal R Khosla, Sunil R Khosla; Lyrics: Liaqat Jafri
This is said to be a great use of the famous song Raghupati Raghav. You would feel soothing as if you are listening to a real bhajan. It’s so damn perfectly made that it’s each and every note creates allaying effect on the mind. The lyrics are the leading scorer here. The small poem at the end of the song has deep meanings and makes the linesters remember about the 26/11 incident.
5.Raghupati Raghav Rajaram – Singer: Sukhwinder Singh; Music: Sukhwinder Singh
Many listeners would be listening to a song first time composed by Sukhwinder Singh. The song has a slight turn from the original tune but overall the tune is quite similar to the original. The lyrics are fabulous as it has the same words as in the original. The line Raghupati Raghav looks tremendous when gets high pitched and Sukhwinder’s vocals adds efficiency to the song. Not much instruments are used, but that only makes the song practical and effective.
6.Hame Ranjo Gham Se – Singers: Nana Patekar, Madhushree; Music: Mohan Khan, Amar Mohile; Lyrics: Muztar
Amar Mohile back in track with his second composition accompanying with Mohan Khan has composed a Nazm this time which is now very rare to be seen in Hindi Film Music. It’s a great treat to all the true music lovers who often miss these type of songs in films. Madhushree is awesome with her beautiful semi-classical singing and rules over the song with sharp but sweet vocals. Nana Patekar is in his full form as he is given the role to say the words presented in the form of sher. Outstanding lyrics by Muztar. The words used in it, are too rare to be seen these days. Every line ending with “Na Hui, Na Hai, Na Hogi” makes a cute smile on the listeners’ faces. Tabla is the USP of this track, making it “WELCOME” song of the album. Special whistles for Nana Patekar for saying those words so deeply and soulfully.
The Attacks of 26/11 was an unpredictable album of this month as no one had expected so damn good tunes from an RGV film. Beautiful renditions of Raghupati Raghav Rajaram, a fast rock high paced song, a beautiful soulful nazm and too engaging and emotional lyrics makes this album a worth listen!
The Final Verdict: OKAY
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