Quite a Dull one! (Aurangzeb – Music Review)

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YRF’s entry in 2013 was expected to be grand as always but it seems that they were not quite ready for any sort of bang. First, the weird title, less promotions, unknown (for many) music director and many uninteresting facts sum to the lack of craziness the public showed in the soundtrack as well as in  the film. Amartya Rahut and Vipin Mishra shared the responsibility of composing the songs. I would say good attempt, but needs more effort. Let’s check out then!

 

 

Music Label: YRF Music

 

 

1. Barbaadiyaan – Singers: Ram Sampath, Sasheh Aagha;  Music: Amartya Rahut;  Lyrics: Puneet Sharma

This is a regular club song which has usual techno sounds. Sasheh, the newcomer has quite effective vocals. Ram Sampath has also managed to sing quite well. The composition lacks quality. The arrangements are nice. But the lyrics are dull, boring and don’t merge well with the composition.

 

 

2. Jigra Fakira – Singer: Keerhi Sagathia;  Music: Vipin Mishra;  Lyrics: Manoj Kumar Nath

Starting with a mild acoustic guitar, this song is supported by Keerthi’s hard vocals and nice use of instruments. The composition is quite nice and pleasant. Lyrics would have sounded better if it was in Hindi instead of Punjabi. It’s a one time listen and soon you would feel bored and quit after some time. But since it is the best in the soundtrack, it is a “WELCOME” track.

 

 

3. Barbaadi – Singer: K. Mohan;  Music: Amartya Rahut;  Lyrics: Puneet Sharma

A much better and mild version of Barbaadiyaan. K. Mohan’s voice sounds brilliant and the arrangements are decent and nice. Lyrics also show some improvement here. A different kind of composition which is rare to listen. The main credit goes to the singer. He has completely ruled the whole song with his heavy and soothing vocals. A must listen!

 

 

4. Aurangzeb / Aurangzeb – Rock Version – Singers: Marianne D’Cruz Aiman, Choir / Vipin Mishra;  Music: Vipin Mishra;  Lyrics: Vipin Mishra

This is the title track of the soundtrack but sounds low, dull and boring as you crosses the mukhra and the notes slightly get changed when you reach to the hook line. The rock version sounded a little better but overall the composition fails. The lyrics too disappoint.

 

 

Instrumentals – Music: Vipin Mishra

There are four instrumental pieces and all are well played and manage to get a one time listen! They all could be better but they lacked creativity.

 

 

Aurangzeb was a dull, boring and uninteresting soundtrack. It has no interesting flavors. There’s nothing in the album that can attract a listener. Amartya Rahut and Vipin Mishra both performed well but it could have been better and more interesting!

 

 

The Final Verdict: NOT A PROBLEM

 

 

Musical Sameekshaa Awards May 2013:

 

 

Singer of the Month (Female): Mauli – Aaja Meri Jaan (I Love New Year)

 

 

Singer of the Month (Male): Sonu Nigam – Jaane Na Kyun (I Love New Year)

 

 

Singer Jodi of the Month: Vishal Dadlani & Shalmali Kholgade – Balam Pichkari (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani)

 

 

Composer of the Month: Pritam – Balam Pichkari (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani)

 

 

Lyricist of the Month: Amitabh Bhattacharya – Khoon Choos Le (Go Goa Gone)

 

 

Song of the Month: Balam Pichkari (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani)

 

 

Album of the Month: Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (T Series)

 

 

Next: Yamla Pagla Deewana 2

 

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