Ajay-Atul’s another melodious attempt!! (Brothers – Music Review)

Brothers is a remake of the 2011 Hollywood film Warrior, directed by Karan Malhotra whose previous film Agneepath was also a remake of the superhit Bollywood film of the same name. Like his previous film, the music is given by Ajay-Atul.

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Music: Ajay-Atul;  Lyrics: Amitabh Bhattacharya;  Music Label: Sony Music

1. Brothers Anthem – Singer: Vishal Dadlani – If they called it an anthem, they really tried creating one. The chanting sounds or that cheer which we hear in stadiums is quite authentic. Vishal is an obvious choice for a track like this where Ajay-Atul have done brilliant percussion stuff and created a grand atmosphere of a battle. The song title is apt. An anthem in a true sense.

2. Gaaye Ja (Female) / Gaaye Ja (Male) – Singer: Shreya Ghoshal / Mohammed Irfan – The duo has created a haunting tune which is perfectly settled in komal notes that has helped setting the mood of the song. It has tingling sound aptly supported by Violins and Piano. Shreya’s version is obviously sweeter, though Mohammed Irfan’s version is soothing too. The children chorus is amazingly arranged. Everything goes in favor of this song. Hauntingly melodious!

3. Sapna Jahan – Singers: Sonu Nigam, Neeti Mohan – So after Abhi Mujhme Kahin, now when you look Sonu Nigam’s name in an Ajay-Atul composition, your excitement is obvious. Ajay-Atul easily fulfills the expectations by creating another ecstatically beautiful melody which Sonu Nigam has blissfully beautified the charm that is already created by the duo through Flute and Tabla, wonderfully arranged and surrounded by digital beats. The so-called hook line mere dil mein aaj is truly mellifluous. A melody you can’t afford to miss! #WelcomeSong

4. Mera Naam Mary – Singer: Chinmayi Sripada – Another Chikni Chameli! that’s what they were trying to create. Unfortunately, there’s no Shreya Ghoshal. Chinmayi’s vocals somehow seem to have problem surviving in this item song atmosphere. The tune is although catchy, has numerous weak moments which do not let the listener engage completely in the track.

If not as excellent as Agneepath, Ajay-Atul still manage to deliver an engaging soundtrack.

The Final Verdict:  OKAY



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