Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Mehbooba Movie: Music Review

Ismail Darbar wrote the "Mehbooba" soundtrack probably in the years 1998 and 1999. At the time he landed with the Bhansali film "Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam" a classical masterpiece. "Mehbooba" because it can seamlessly linked: The Soundtrack offers typischstes 90s feeling in perfection. As wonderful as you can in the memories of that time classics such as "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai" or the aforementioned Bhansali melodrama indulge.

Director: Afzal Khan
Screenplay: Afzal Khan
Cast: Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgan, Manisha Koirala
Production: Afzal Khan
Music Director: Ismail Darbar
Lyrcis: Anand Bakshi
Singer: Udit Narayan, Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik and Others
Release: 11 July 2008
Number sold: --
Classification: --

Achcha To Chalta From Main Hoon

The soundtrack is from this rigorous dance song. The song by Sonu Nigam is appealing and also used the traditional instrumentation works in conjunction with the smooth stroke quite interesting and not too arbitrary. A nice increase in the score, but it is even better.

Babuji Bahut Dukhta Hai

It follows with "Babuji" a very fast, very traditionally held track. Alka Yagniks singing fits as the fist to the eye and the recitative of superstars Sanjay Dutt and Ajay Devgan himself is pleasant to hear. "Babuji" remains in the overall picture seen the weakest track of the scores of Ismail Darbar, but it has little promise because the quality consistently true.

To Deewana Deewana Maine

Sukhwinder Singh was in the'90s is still not so well-known voice as today, so surprised its use here but a little. It is primarily due to the "Chak de! India "almost to singing superstar singer became very good reception here. The track is traditionally well as the rest and also something faster, but rather certain vocal by Singh gives the song a unique touch. He will be supported by Sonu Nigam and Aslam Sabri, both solid singing.

Dilruba Teri Aankhe Palkhe

A Love Song sung by Udit Narayan. "Dilruba" like its predecessors something similar, but is also appealing this track yet all. This is probably much on the production and placement in the film arrive. With clever insertion certainly has a solid filler.

Khwabon Ki Rani Hai

The Switzerland-song combines powerful Orchestra use and beautiful chorus. Especially the chorus of striking again by Udit Narayan very melodic singing, remains in the ear. "Khwabo Ki Rani Hai" is a true timeless classic song. Even after hearing countless passes the song loses its appeal and thus not one of the many highlights of this 90-year soundtracks.

Kuch Kuch Kar Lo - 1

The English lyrics are easy at the beginning disturbing, this is the instrumentation with the orchestra so wonderful. "Kuch Kuch Kar Lo" is a typical dance track, traditionally beautiful with a wonderful choral and solo singing of Shankar Mahadevan and later in the duet with Kavita Krishnamurthy.

Kuch Kuch Kar Lo - 2

The second part of the song is already a touch of the dramatic and dark vocals of Sonu Nigam fits perfectly again. A real lament is not the track, but he is too fast, but the chorus with the choir effective use already provides for gooseflesh feeling.

Kuch Kuch Kar Lo - 3

The choir singing at the top almost monumental works and sounds just precious. The instrumentation with the accompanying orchestra and the purely instrumental bars then you can without objections described as perfect. Here, Ismail Darbar all the work done, because something like the third part of "Kuch Kuch Kar Lo" remains in the ear. The track is rounded off by the heavy, just as monumental a wonderful song by Kavita Krishnamurthy.

Tu Meri Mehbooba Maine Tera

The title song just with tears: "Tu Meri Mehbooba" is a real little gem, beautifully put by Udit Narayan. The song has momentum, offers beautiful string operations and is expected to send pictures certainly a correct looking love song.

Yaar Tera Tera Shukriya Pyar Shukriya

Ah, this is real substance classics: "Yaar Tera Shukriya" can be weeks, even months to hear. The chorus, the melody, vocals, the whole setting is absolutely classic and timeless. The duet by Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik wonderful is simply breathtaking and very powerful. With glossy production director Afzal Khan has much potential for unforgettable film minutes.

Ismail Darbars "Mehbooba" soundtrack has recorded several highlights. The scores alongside timeless classic songs with wonderful choral singing duets and unmistakable. A 90-year-soundtrack in near-perfection. And here is the rest of it.

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