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BESHARAM SONGS REVIEW
Review by : Jigdesh
Album Release Date : Aug 14,2013
Cast: Javed Jaffrey, Neetu Singh, Pallavi Sharda, Ranbir Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor
Direction: Abhinav Kashyap
Screenplay: Abhinav Kashyap
Story: Abhinav Kashyap
Background score: Lalit Pandit
Besharam is an upcoming comedy film starring Ranbir Kapoor and Pallavi Sharada in the lead. The music for the album is composed by Lalit Pandit (from the Jatin- Lalit duo) and is directed by Dabbang fame Abhinav Kashyap.
The first track in the album is the title track Besharam sung by Ishq Bector and Shree D. The track is racy and has the House music styled pace. Energetic vocals and trance like music mixed with Punjabi styled music makes it an interesting track. The track is undoubtedly catchy in the first hearing.
The racy title song is followed up by another energetic number Tere Mohalle. The song has the Rajasthani folk flavor mixed well with Punjabi styled vocals which suits the characterization of the lead actor in the film. This song would appeal to the masses as well for the raciness as well as melody blended with modern orchestration.
The funky track Love ki Ghanti follows next which narrates a story in the form of steady rhythm and lyrics. The singer Sujeet Shetty performs well reminding the listener of 70s Kishore Kumar’s melodies. Ranbir’s dialogues in between add up to the track’s worth. Looks like Ranbir’s albums have got the trend of having a song narrating a funny story (Just like Badtameez Dil- Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani released earlier this year). Though the actual tune is inspired from Italian song – Bella Ciao, the singing style and unique presentation makes it a winner.
Dil Ka Jo Haal hai sung by veteran singers Abhijeet and Shreya Ghoshal arrives in a breezy manner next. The song has the 90s Bollywood flavor and the powerful vocals take over the song completely. The catchy rhythm and the spunkiness are the main assets of the song which may take it to the top of the charts! Melodious tune and foot tapping rhythm go hand in hand for this track.
Tu Hai is a piano based melody with Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal on the vocals. The tune is instantly catchy and good orchestration adds to the value of the song. The interludes have a good blend of instruments and chorus elevating the song to good level the closing section too deserves a mention.
Aa Re Aa Re is a typical Punjabi dance number with Mika and Shreya Ghoshal on the vocals. Folk rhythm and energetic vocals makes it a fun song to hear. It is a typical Punjabi Bollywood styled number and the song totally fits into this criterion in the terms of music.
Chal Hand Uthake Nacche is the 80s disco styled track with Daler Mehandi, Mika Singh and Sunidhi Chauhan on the vocals. This song will sure hit the charts for the power packed vocal performances and the R.D.Burman styled club music blended quite well in it. Likely to be a party favorite.
A softened version of the original with guitars and piano for Shreya Ghoshal and Sonu Nigam’s vocals. The orchestration is more laid back and sounds more soothing than the original track which has the techno feel. The interesting use of Tabla, flute and Sitar in the interludes make it a beautiful unplugged version. This track is a good way to balance the energy and raciness of the album overall.
A faster paced remix version of the title track. The mixing is fusion based with Punjabi and Techno and is done well. The mixing is done appropriately and it would sure appeal to the younger listeners.
The remix here is interestingly done with a steady paced rhythm. The song manages to sound catchy with the Punjabi and disco fusion.
Love Ki Ghanti (Remix) sounds little over crowded with instruments and the vocals are not clearly audible over the music. But the rhythm programming is done fairly well.
Dil Kaa Jo Haal Hai (Remix) is done neatly with appropriate mixing and the remix version would sure hit the charts for the trance like flavor it retains from the original track.
Aa Re Aa Re (Remix) is yet again over crowded in instruments and makes it a fairly average track. The transformation of original voices into metallic ones for this version is slightly over done for the normal listener.
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