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Lyrics : Starring :
Vishal Dadlani, Shekhar Ravjiani
Abhay Deol, Minissha Lamba, Shabana Azmi, Boman Irani, Kay Kay Menon, Raima Sen, Amisha Patel, Karan Khanna, Sandhya Mridul, Vikram Chatwal, Ranvir Shorey, Dia Mirza, Arjun Rampal, Suzanne Bernert, Naseruddin Shah
By Satyajit, Bollywood Trade News Network
The blistering sun and cool breeze of sea coast of Goa welcomes the carnival craze of six “Honeymoon” couples in Reema Kagti’s comical bumpy ride HONEYMOON TRAVELS PVT LTD. It’s innovative hilarious bonanza from “Excel Movies” that minus Farhan Akhtar from director’s credit and brings new raconteur Reema Kagti to the marquee. It promises nothing spectacular or extravagant from musical front and accommodates with well synchronized dance tracks, squashy love numbers and hip-shaking musical zest in its offering. Vishal-Shekhar makes impressive moves with couple of booty-shaking musical stuffs that catalyzes film prospects. The album refurbishes and rekindles their soulful sentimental works of JHANKAAR BEATS in couple of soft n silken musical works but fails to be ground-breaking by any standards. The music duo tried their upbeat best in couple of their last composed works but ended up with mediocre show. Javed Akhtar’s lyrical intellect gives album a razor sharp edge that works well for the tempo of the soundtrack and makes it a decent offering.
Sunidhi Chauhan shrills, yells and screeches to monumental pace in igniting and aggravating dancing passions to the floors in “Sajanji Vaari Vaari”. Vishal-Shekhar rumbustious display coagulates the lyrical folk lore with flashy disco musical feast in pompous ways. The loud infectious musical display coupled with glossy ambience of twelve starlets is added punch that makes it catchy to ears and perceptible to eye-balls. It will add another “Bidee” (OMKAARA) to Sunidhi’s credit if things work well on silver screen.
Its sweet n saccharine melodious way that is set in frigid and idyllic ambience of romanticism in lively and spirited “Jaana Hai Woh Kahaan”. It fails to draw anything prize-winning but melts honey to ears and makes the world vibrant with its soothing impact. Shreya Ghoshal soft n sensuous flair makes intimidating vocal moves that are aptly complemented with Shaan’s youthful jazzy vocals.
Shanker Mahadevan “breathlessly” boisterous and vocally ebullient rendition sizzles to pinnacle of spirited youth in energetic “Albela Albela”. The extra beat-thumping and jarring “Hinglish” back up chorus may sound cacophonous but Shanker impressive vocals give it a momentous feel. It has the restricted appeal to party animals and conveys sufficient melodramatic feel for situational delights in the film.
Welcome to world of ball-room opera, the gleaming dancing delights of “tango” and it comes live and special in the vigorously playful soundtrack “Pyar Ki Ek Kahani”. Melodramatically lyrical to the core, it narrates the nostalgic love story through parables of love, pain and pleasures of lovers. Javed Akhtar’s lyrically affluent work makes positive vibes for this synchronized floor dance number. Sensuously eclectic Sunidhi Chauhan and Gayatri Iyer smoothens the sentiments in their mellifluously vocal flow that amalgamates amicably with modulating jazz musical work. Vishal-Shekhar delivers note-worthy show but this “boogie-woogie” number deserves to be shouldered well with actor’s dancing dexterity to make its special for dancing freaks.
The euphoric romanticism that gleamed to fashion in tracks like “Kaisi Yeh Rut” (DIL CHAHTA HAI) makes shimmering presence in colorfully presentable number “Halke Halke”. Neeraj Shridhar’s groovy punch gets shade better from his last work and prefers to be higher note with this number. The soft and tender guitar strumming gives it a titillating tinge that gels well with the fervently drumming and percussions in the background. The soundtrack has the “yuppie” touch that should prosper its prospect with urban listeners. Hear it again and again if you have been glued to “Bombay Vikings” earlier hits and this will positively make your evening special.
Disco beats fillers makes noises as the mood gets high with bumpy beats in delightfully rendered “Halke Halke (remix)”. Vishal-Shekhar picks up their trendiest original work to give album its only remix soundtrack and it makes things work on dancing floors.
After the funky Sufi Rock, the stage is set to chill out with “Baul Jazz and Rock” as the album proceedings unfold with instrumental soundtrack “Hath Dhore Niye Chalo”. The rip-roaring and sizzling instrumental work by “Funcinternational” works primarily on keyboard generated techno-beats with periodic repetition of “Hath Dhore Niye Chalo” (Bengali lyrics) in echoed renditions. Its daunting impact makes it more situational than hip-shaking stuff for dancing floors.
Vishal-Shekhar trendy musical presentation comes special for urban listeners with bunch of lively and energetic soundtracks. It has scintillating results in “Sajanji Vaari Vaari” and “Halke Halke” and has innovative edge with “Pyar Ki Kahani” and “Hath Dhore Niye Chalo” but still fall short of a deserving super hit soundtrack.