Everyone’s keen to know why Priyadarshan has stopped taking his favorite Pritam on board. Is there something between them? Has pritam refused to work with him since he has started making disgusting films? Why he started taking Pritam’s rivals Sajid-Wajid in his every film? Lots of questions but the fact is Priyadarshan’s quality of making films and the music in his films both have gone under the ground. Here’s another one brought to you by Priyadarshan Rangrezz releasing on 22nd March. Let’s see how well his music directors have done.
Lyrics: Sameer Anjaan
1.Dil Ko Aaya Sukoon – Singer: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan; Music: Sajid-Wajid
The soundtrack starts with a predictable Sajid-Wajid melody with their favorite Rahat on board as the singer. Rahat’s typical “tere mas mast do nain” touch surely gives a feel good factor. When the song starts, it sounds quite boring but as we come to the hook line, we feel comfortable as the hook line has its effective catchiness which would surely please the listener. A surely attemtable track from the duo.
2.Govinda Aala Re – Singer: Wajid Khan; Music: Sajid-Wajid
If you listen to evry album that comes in market, you would surely feel the same essence in it as it was in a Mumbai Mirror song based on this festival. It was also sung by Wajid but composed by Amjad-Nadeem. It’s a quite similar track. The same traditional tune is used with the same traditional instruments. Wajid’s vocals are not up to the mark and so is his composition. It’s a “GET OUT”.
3.Yaaron Aisa Hai – Singer: Salim Merchant; Music: Sundar C Babu
When the name of the song is something related to “yaaron” or “dosti”, automatically the listeners opt for that song. Salim’s energetic soothing vocals merges with the composition and lyrics. Sundar C Babu has composed it wonderfully making the hook line quite attractive and catchy. The lyrics are nice though predicatble. It is a “WELCOME” track.
4.Shambho Shiv Shambho / Shiv Shambho – Singer: Sukhwinder Singh / Shankar Mahadevan; Music: Sajid-Wajid / Sundar C Babu
A damn confusing credits given by the music company of this song based on Lord Shiva. One is Shambho Shiv Shambho and the other one is Shiv Shambho only. Now somewhere it’s written that the former one is composed by Sajid-Wajid and the latter is by Sundar C Babu but the fact is both the song is same. Just the singers, the rhythm and a little arrangement is different. Some sources say that one of them is adapted by the telugu version of the film. If one is adapted then how the other one is composed by Sajid-Wajid; both the songs are same! Utter Confusion!
Rangrezz again had weak music as all recent Priyadarshan films had. Pritam was quite lucky for him as together they gace hits like Garam Masala, Bhool Bhulaiya, Bhagam Bhag, Billu, De Dana Dhan where all the films were hit (some of them were blockbuster) and the music also topped the charts. We hope to see that Jodi again soon.
The Final Verdict: NOT A PROBLEM