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Sales Guy by day,Dj by night!

Sales Guy by day, Dj by night. Because, it’s never too late to do what you love. #82 on Reverb Nation National Charts, take it away, Charlie 4.

Music Review – Jab Tak Hai Jaan

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Kahaani Music Review: Shotti Katha

Remember last year’s drubber Da-da-da-da-dilli? (No One Killed Jessica) This year its Aami Shotti Bolchi…Kolkata you’re sexy, which is Kahaani’s jet-landing screechy arrival song. What’s common to these two city odes? Bidda Balan! Kolkata’s nightclub chanteuse Usha Uthup amps up this jazz-heavy metal number with apocalyptic lines miming the present socio-economic rut of the city.

Agneepath soundtrack does not owe to Chikni Chameli

Chikni Chameli is the first track that is going to blast off your music system. If not that, (who’s buying music cd’s these days?) haven’t you noticed how the video was steam rolled on youtube before the music hit stores – if anything, the guys at Dharma Productions want a viral upsweep – you have


Force Music Review: Is Harris Jayaraj resurrected?

Kaakha Kaakha (the Tamil original) of which Force is a hindi remake was previously remade in Telugu (Gharshana) and Kannada (Dandam Dashagunam). Kaakha Kaakha’s Rammstein inspired meta-charged track Uyirin Uyirae becomes Cheliya Cheliya in Telugu which is equally frenetic, a sappy Marali Marali in Kannada, and now, Khwabon Khwabon in Force amps it back vaingloriously.

Pritam copies again: Mausam Music Review

If the first hook of Rabba Main Toh Mar Gaya Oye tends to veer you into Teri Ore (Singh Is Kingg) then you’ll just have to brush that bit under the velvet carpet. How much more originality will you squeeze out of a man who’s been consistently scoring on the chartbuster treadmill – as many

Music Review: Mere Brother Ki Dulhan is Yash Raj rehash

With a couple of false starts (What’s Your Raashi, Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey), has Sohail Sen found his groove at Yash Raj? Okay, here’s a test – try whistling a tune from any of his first forays. We did, and there’s no music like Yash Raj music. This film might come and go, but

Bengali Gem 01.

Few Bengali songs which i love dearly. May be this could be a series of post.

Bodyguard music is maha bakwaas

The title track of Bodyguard begins with banter between two Bambaiyya characters discussing the prospect of a new film by this name. ‘Hero kaun hain uska?’ one asks the other. This infuriates the fan boy, who packs a punch, ‘Teri …’ smashing the punter’s delicate body part. Salman Khan arrives, announcing, ‘Mujh par ek ehsaan

Aarakshan Music copies old template

I have my reservations about the music of Aarakshan, but lucky for them that they have too few songs to rig my conscience for a victory vote. Reviews of Aarakshan’s music have not been glowing with plaudits, and there’s reason to believe why it’s dividing so many ears into different directions. Much like the title

Singham Music Review: Tiger Blood energy drink anyone?

That funny looking promo you see on your telly tube where Ajay Devgn is fiendishly squeezing imaginary lemons in a dance-step to prepare a cocktail spiked with ‘tiger’s blood’ if you must, after lending your ears to the roar in the back score of Singham’s eponymous title track is ga-ga-gruff stud-muffin stuff. High on decibel,

Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara Music Review: Originality The End

When is it that Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy traipse into Vishal-Shekhar synth-sound territory and vice-versa? Collaboratively they’re beginning to sound like a five piece band when for Ik Junoon Vishal fronts the vocals, with Shankar, Ehsan chorusing him, Loy and Shekhar engineering a funk sound. There’s no telling which musical team this song belongs to. It sounds like

Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap Music Review

How much of Amitabh Bachchan can you endure in a day? The music of his upcoming film is testament that there can never be enough when he is around. About time Mr Amitabh Bachchan was knighted for his contribution to the arts, and asked to take it easy. Lately, he’s been acting beyond his age

Murder 2 Music Review by Gianysh Toolsee

The craze for sequels has pushed Vishesh Films to extend the storyline of the original Murder, which was released in 2004. The Bhatts’ camp has evolved in the manner they extract music from their composers since Kabzaa (1988) to Crook (2010). The music team is composed of Harshit Saxena who was the runner up of

Delhi Belly Music Review: Republican songs of an Anarchist nature

Delhi Belly’s soundtrack, if it wasn’t about its colloquial text friendly lyrics, would not have struck a chord, do you think? Consider some expository song names; dices rolled ‘Bhaag D K Bose, Andhi Ayi,’ the gesticulating ‘Nakkadwaley Disco, Udharwaale Khisko,’ the inflammatory ‘Jaa Chudail,’ the coquettish ‘I Hate You,’ the adamantine ‘Switty Tera Pyaar Chaida,’

Top Music Sales in Bollywood – Last 60 years

Arranged in Descending Order by Years(in Decade) Music Hits 2000-2009 (Figures in Units) 2000 2001 Mohabbatein 50,00,000 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham 35,00,000 Dhadkan 45,00,000 Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai 32,00,000 Refugee 35,00,000 Raaz 30,00,000 Fiza 25,00,000 Lagaan 28,00,000 Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega 22,00,000 Gadar Ek Prem Katha 25,00,000 Chori Chori Chupke Chupke 20,00,000 Ajnabee 22,00,000

Shaitan Music is Wicked!

This summer’s scorching soundtrack is here and is likely to be lurking through your darkest seasons in the sun. Confession time. The first promo of Shaitan, featuring a snippet of the soundtrack that was to arrive later, had me reaching out for poppers…erm…I mean popcorn, or popsicle, anything that would put me into a frenzy.

Ready Music is Raapchik!

Kudiyon ka nasha pyaare…who better than Salman Khan to mock-sync a song that infringes on character assassination. His own. Self-deprecatory to the hilt, are you Ready for this? In the track Character Dheela, singers Neeraj Shridhar and Amrita Kak bounce the song around its star character Sallu, and looking at the picturisation, one can tell

Exclusive: Tanu Weds Manu Music Review

Krsna, first time composer with Tanu Weds Manu offers no new sounds with his debut; using all the musical tropes we are used to hearing. His is not a grand entry, rather one who we’re over-familiar with, his tunes and tricks enmeshed in our system; it’s sticky to comb him from the achievers. He’s bang in the middle of Bollywood groove. It’s for him now, to gather speed, or lag behind, in a rat race on a revolving dance floor.