KRAZZY 4, this year’s first major comical extravaganza brings out the expertise of veteran Rajesh Roshan to the marquee with fine blend of trendy and contemporary musical zing. After the super success of KRRISH, he pounces back with another “K” factor entertainer that streamlines into all together different but commercially bankable genre.
Vishal Dadlani’s new innings of “hot “n” happening” soloist has been creating waves in the past and the passion continues with his latest glitzy and glossy upbeat fun fare in rollicking hit “Break Free”. This “rebel on the run” upbeat thrust has pulsating zing of electronica, pop and hip-hop rhythmical beat patterns with audible “K-R-A-Z-Z-Y” creating thriving buzz for the flick. The zeal continues with pugnaciously punched percussive elements that make flammable chemistry with resonating vocals, energized chorals. SRK presence and invigorating hype and hoopla will certainly be adding fuel to fire in making this next fetish for Gen X listeners. Asif Ali Beg’s mixed and matched wordings gets another hot and steamy collage of rip-roaring energizing disco beat thumps in it “club” remix version. The raucously thrilled vocals strikes blistering communion with thrilling disco beat fillers, DJ claps and spins in firing all cylinders out on the dance floor. Rollicking Hit!!!
“KRAZZY 4”, the scintillating and swashbuckling trendy title track by Vishal Dadlani comes out as second version of most bankable track of the album “Break Free” with slightly shorter duration. It’s indeed a smart marketing move to glamorize and catalyze album prospects by inundating another version with similar musical buzz and lyrical contents. Even its snazzy “remix” version can be termed as another bankable material for film’s promotion and it’s beginning or ending title.
Talented Sunidhi Chauhan gains her substantial ground by getting into groove of typical Bollywood raunchy “nautanki” stylized singing act in “Dekhta Hai Tu Kya”. It’s a contemporary Bollywood “naach-gaana” stuff by Rajesh Roshan that has been contributed with well-synchronized orchestrations with blend of easygoing rustic phraseology by Javed Akhtar. This audibly accepted folklore stylized track has been ably supported by Kirti Sagathia folksy vocal touches in prelude and is expected to be another “eye candy”. The “nautanki” style of hip-shaking flavor gets extra-terrestrial with electrified pulsating thumps of beat juggling, disc-spins that collage remarkably with oozing vocals. It’s another booty-shaking DJ delight that will surely be igniting dancing floors for it enthralling and catchy folksy beat patterns.
Hilarity goes into musical mood as the audacity of taking “loan” and begging in majestic style gets into street-smart witty and gibberish overtones in fun-filled “Ik Rupiya”. The spirit and flavor gets its inspirational lift from “Gareebon Ki Suno” (DUS LAKH) where lead actors along with peculiar sounding voices sing out this preoccupied “rags-to-riches” humorous track. Actors (Irrfan Khan, Arshad Warsi) get into playful singing act along with bunch of quizzically rendered voices of Sudesh Bhosle, Kirti Sagathia, Labh Jajua, Rahul Vaidya, Jimmy Moses, Bhavin Dhanak. Do expect some comical bumpy rides when it makes it hilarious colorful appearance on silver screen.
“O Re Lakkad”, a cheerful number about boosting and consolidating friendship, companionship brings out the “pahadi” folklore style of musical work with gripping of simplistically penned wordings by Javed Akhtar. Rajesh Roshan recreates the magic of “Chori Chori Chupke Chupke” and “Pyar Ki Ek Khani” (KRRISH) in its “pahadi” musical flavors while Sowmya Raoh along with Neeraj Sridhar and Kailash Kher sings out with great ease. This situational number may be average sounding but it surely brings typical Rajesh Roshan style of harmonic work that was once style statement in all Rakesh Roshan’s directed flicks.
New singing talent Ankita Sachdeva gets the honor to render the national anthem “Jan Gan Man” and it’s done with pride, dignity and vocal finesse. Do expect moments of patriotism and fidelity in the feel of theme or character when it is played as resonating background score in the film.
Rajesh Roshan makes promising comeback after a hiatus of two year with couple of chartbusting musical delights. The soundtrack “Break Free” and “Krazzy 4” are likely to be making great news as next chartbusting success while tracks like “Dekhta Hai Tu Kya”, “Ik Rupiay” and “O Re Lakad” promises amusement for big screen with their frothy and spicy flavors. KRAZZY 4 will surely be hitting high, as it faces no big competition from its contemporaries for all time low music releases but certainly can’t be termed as finest works from veteran Rajesh Roshan in recent times.