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Tusshar Kapoor, Ayesha Takia, Kareena Kapoor, Karan Hukku
By Satyajit, Bollywood Trade News Network
Pritam’s fairy tale of golden success has new chapter to add to his credits as his trendy flair of fusion music makes promising moves in romantic comedy KYA LOVE STORY HAI. The album may not sound innovative for its conventional upbeat musical thump but revives composer’s finest tunes and rhythms in new pack of lively and vigorous soundtracks. If you have thoroughly enjoyed the musical madness of GANGSTER, WOH LAMHE, PYAR KE SIDE EFFECTS and NAKSHA, then this album promises enthralling extravaganza for you. The album’s “icing on the cake” is its remarkable amalgamation of vintage era music with the spicy dash of typical Pritam’s style of Sufi pop, hip-hop and reggae music in tracks like “It’s Rocking” and “Gumsum Hai Dil Mera”.
Biddu’s style of disco music display finds strong grounding with euphoric rhythmic feel of “Kya Mujhe Pyar Hai” (WOH LAMHE) in the highly animated discotheque number “Miss You Everyday”. Shaan’s vivacious voice brings memories of Zoheb Hassan’s singing flair and its pulsating musical gush revives the era of 80’s disco stations. Pritam manages to embellish it with techno-generated funky beats, ear deafening percussions, energetic vocal and chorus echoing signature tunes of “Kya Mujhe Pyar Hai” with success. It will be catching fast for its impressive thunderous impact and has the niche to draw pop genre listeners. DJ claps and beat juggling techniques fuels up passion to pinnacle as the mood goes frenzy in this energetic “Miss You Everyday (remix)”. Rock it on the floors with this hip-shaking remix track to enjoy an enchanting rave party.
Pop diva Alisha Chinai, the swashbuckler of “Kajra Re” (BUNTY AUR BABLI) strikes vigorously with her seductive vocal oomph and the everlasting nostalgia of 50’s in the energetically punched “It’s rocking”. It has the vintage feel of “Udde Jab Jab Jhulfein Teri” (NAYA DAUR) in its backdrop with Pritam giving his loud vocal thump in background clubbed with frolicking pop musical flow. Shabbir Ahmed dynamically affable lyrics “It’s rocking, Yaara Kabhi Ishq Karo, Yaara Tum Ishq Par Maro… Main Sadke Jaaoon” will be fast catching on ears. If it finds the fine concoction of slick choreography and flashy cinematography, then this might be new stunner on the move. Watch Kareena Kapoor flashing her sensuality in this highly impressive track that brings back Alisha in strong contention of “Best Playback Female Singer” of this year.
Nostalgic musical moments of O.P Nayyar’s immortal music shows its sharp edges as Pritam revives his vintage era in sweet “n” melodious “Gumsum Hai Dil Mera”. Pritam refreshes and revitalizes the exuberance of the immortal melody “Banda Parwar Tham Lo Jigar” (PHIR WOHI DIL LAYA HOON) with sheer modesty and grace. Even Sonu Nigam gets into soul and skin of Mohd. Rafi style of singing that matches the musical tonality of the song. Shabbir Ahmed romantically expressive lyrics works progressively for the feverish tempo of the track. In 90’s music composer Tushar Bhatia tried out with similar melody in “Aalo Ji Sanam Hum Haare” (ANDAZ APNA APNA) with success and this musical inspiration should find its acceptance for its quality display.
Pritam refurbishes Sufi Pop mania of “Yaara Ve” (NAKSHA) with strong inspiration lift from the everlasting “Sayonee” (Pak pop band “Junoon”) in the expressively sentimental “Aye Khuda”. Its energetic Kunal Ganjawala’s vociferous binge with the mike to deliver this finely conceived sentimental track with effective blend of vigorous guitar strumming and energetic percussions display. It has more situational feel and should catalyze the narrative flow in this dramatic love saga.
Pugnaciously punched Afro-American hip-hop and reggae musical bang makes style statement of a flashy “razzmatazz” on the floors in “Deewana Teri Aankhon Ka”. Jojo and Joy flamboyantly displayed vocal skills pumps up adrenaline and collages aggressively with ebullient musical energy of the track. Earlier this musical rendezvous was experienced in tracks like “Pyar Karke” (PYAR KE SIDE EFFECTS), “Rabba Khair Kare” (HATTRICK), “Ada” (GARAM MASALA) with colossal success and this track provides enough “meat” for its success. It should optimistically be lifting the spirits of album prospects among Gen X listeners in coming days.
Finally its time to revisit the ever-popular “Ya Ali” (GANGSTER) with the same singer and new blend of Western-Sufi musical orchestration in emotionally enriched “Jeena Kya Tere Bina”. Zubin Garg’s enthused and trendy vocal display plagiarizes the emotional outcry of a beleaguered lover with aggressive musical arrangements. Like “Aye Khuda”, it sounds more appropriate for melodramatic situations and its impressive display should prosper film prospects. The added echoing impact with titillating beats gives it a sentimental edge and will another promising track that should benefit singer and composer. It’s dancing time as disco beat fillers are jammed up with loud echoing impact in the flashy and energetic “Jeena Kya Tere Bina (remix)”. It’s one up on the impressive remix list of this year and should be treasured by party animals and disco freaks.
Pritam’s lauds his musical finesse by churning out a complete party album by refurbishing his successful beat and rhythm patterns in new musical package. KYA LOVE STORY HAI commercial prospects eulogize magnificently in stylishly packed “It’s Rocking” (Super-hit), “Miss You Everyday” (Hit), “Deewana Teri Aankhon Ka” (funky) and “Jeena Kya Tere Bina”(impressive). Despite its repetitive tuneful feel it has the gripping to entice Gen X listeners and should prove to be winning preposition in coming days.