Sunday, June 29, 2008

Picture perfect

Dil Cheez hai Kya Jana ...
This song came in when SONY launched in India and they used to play this one all the time.This Oldie in the voice of Nayyara Noor is just fabulous. Bali Sagoo did a great Job with the beats and the video. The use of Virtual Camera was awesome and very latest for that time, its been more than 12 yrs now...


Chandni Raten ...
First Audio cassette that I bought myself (Distant voices-97). beautiful video ... Bali Sagoo brilliantly rendered this gem from Noor Jehan .



Tu Hi Re ...
Absolutely wonderful song. Rehman's haunting melodies accentuated by the lush green locations and the old fort.


Tujhse Naraaj Nahi ...
Some times a voice can reach the deepest corner of your heart... one of those songs.. Lata Mangeshkar and brilliance of Shekhar kapoor.


Piya Basanti ...
This was the time of change for Indi Pop. Legends started looking at the new style of music making that resulted in some of the very fine numbers. NFK and other Pakistani singers lend their voice to make gold. The dew drop beauty of Nauheed Cyruci made it more special.


Dooba Dooba ...
You cant recreate a masterpiece. The band wasn't able to repeat the magic they did with this number



Teri Deewani ...
Kailas Kher truely knows his style of music. Different stories pictured at various alleys of Hyderabad explains magic that is called love. The climax where a silhouette dance with fireworks and the setting sun... you could actually experience her trance and feel the connection between love and God



Rabbi Shergil ...
When this song released I just came into a new City Bangalore. Radio, TV, Shopping malls Everywhere they were playing this number only and it was somewhat irritating at the beginning. But with time I started liking this one as I was experiencing the Life in a Metro. The Guitar and the background kept changing while the singer kept looking for his identity ..


Dil Hai Chhota Sa ...
The melody is timeless and the lyrics are simply genius. The song marked the arrival of Rehman...

2 comments:

Nistha said...

I always think that male version of 'tujhse naaraz nahi' is the one thats masterpiece. It has a distinct hopelessness.

Prashant said...

u r right, tht movie was a masterpiece right from titles to credits in each and every aspect

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