SAAS BAHU AUR SENSEX- the name that itself echoes ''hat-ke'' concept and subject makes itself special affair for multiplex audiences. Shona Urvashi, screenplay writer turned director makes this ''kitchen politics'' embroiled share market drama, an innovative effort on celluloid that makes many mind quizzing about its contents. Does it deliver enough substance for melodic substance in its packaging? Yes!!! Three upcoming composers (Blaaze, Bipin and Randolph Correa) make their hitherto efforts in ushering out life into its melodic spell in their own flair. Is the music of SAAS BAHU AUR SENSEX is as spicy as one expects ''kitchen politics'' to be in K-stylized ''saas-bahu'' soap operas? Do check this out!
New composer Randolph Correa makes a subtle and modest move in delivering out a routine love song that talk about budding love chemistry in average sounding ''Abhi Abhi Jo Tu Aayee Hai''. Javed Ali's voice hardly creates any ripples in a song that come upfront with Raqueeb Alaam's routine sounding wordings. It can be presumed to be an affable situational number where a boy aspires of developing love relationship in the flick. Correa composition is placidly mediocre and hardly sparkles off any surprises.
Blaaze, a name that is familiar with frenzied emceeing in countless remix numbers makes imposing moves as composer cum vocalist in the title track that is credited as ''What S Up India (title song)''. It's a joyously paced rap number that makes listeners glued with regular repetitions of words like ''saas'', ''bahu'' and ''sensex'' and makes laudable throaty gesticulations about Indian specialties and attributes. Blaaze makes honest efforts in attracting listeners and it surely works as upbeat background title number for this multiplex special flick. It's ''remix version'' has the zingy up-thrusting prelude that pumps up the adrenaline for aggressive disco dancing moods for floors.
Randolph Correa along with lyricist Raqueeb Alam makes the most consequential move of the album in the enthralling sounding ''item song'' ''Mujh Mein Nigahein Daal De''. New singing talent Monica Nath sings her heart out in a typical ''crooner'' singing mode that is well complemented with disco-station arrangements. This glossy hip-shaking fun-fare is likely to be the bright aspect in appreciating glamour quotient of the flick. Monica's sensuously laced vocal erupt oodles of sensuality and is likely to be getting many takers in pubs and discos. The snazzy ''English'' version comes with similar ''sex-siren'' binge but the tonality is shifted to precisely urbane listener's moods. Even this version makes enough desired seductive oomph's to lure its prospective listeners in it ''teasing-pleasing'' thumps.
Bipin Panchal, the third upcoming music composer makes his solitary dent in the album with ''cross-over'' stylized ''bhangra'' number with uproarious ''Mithri Mithri''. Prodigal singing talent Krishna Beurra makes the most promising vociferous moves in his loud and thunderous baritones that connect well with thriving ''bhangra'' bangs. This festivity bound number tries to be as ceremonious as ''Aaja Nachle'' and ''Kaava Kaava'' (MOONSON WEDDING (2001) but the catchy tinge of enthralling listeners is strikingly missing. It will surely be making UK based Bollywood music lovers happy for its zany ''bhangra'' cum hip-hop rhythmical patterns.
SAAS BAHU AUR SENSEX fails to pile up anything substantial in Bollywood musical market and adds up as another routine sounding album with no chartbusters in its credits. All three new composers make their lively presence but fail to create any ground breaking or contemporarily brighter results in their efforts. Even peppy sounding ''Mujh Mein Nigah Dal De'' and ''Mithri Mithri'' works appropriately with the situational needs of the flick and fails to muster anything spectacular in its flashy offerings.