Anjaana Anjaani - Bollywood Songs Assessment

Anjaana Anjaani may be the story of two strangers on an odyssey of discovery down a path that is definitely ridden using the exquisite discomfort and joy of falling in enjoy, only they don't comprehend it.

Anjaana Anjaani is really a romantic film with star cast of Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra in lead pairs, directed by Siddharth Anand and music given by Shekhar Ravjiani, Vishal Dadlani.

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Music critique:
If Anjaana Anjaani (borrowed from Yuva’s Ae Khuda Hafiz track) had not started using a controversy (plagiarising poster of An Education, shame-shame) then I'd have begun this music review without having prejudice.

I thought I’m becoming silly till I figured out the story of this film bears an eerie resemblance to a French film referred to as Girl Around the Bridge. Much more prejudice.

Why o why does the title in the film and its 1st track remind me so much of Rahman’s Fanaa track in Yuva…even the setting inside a discotheque is reminiscent as Vishal-Shekhar appear to put Rahman’s track in a huff-pant mode, providing Rahman’s buoyant funk a staccato rhythm in their version right here.



Nonetheless, the title track is trippy, the loops loopy, so shake that booty together with the crazies. The singing by Nikhil and Monali is frothy, the mood exuberant, but please maintain your pants on ya, don’t do a Ranbir currently. Trumpets blowing Burmanesque.

In another version of the title track, the Vishal-Shekhar - Anvita Dutt Guptan (lyricist) return to remind you of your clean sweep they created with Khuda Jaane in Bachna Ae Haseeno. Exact same director also! Hawwww no!?!
Lucky Ali’s Hairat is really a trickster. When Lucky pronounces ‘dheemi dheemi’ you understand the guy can sing when low pitched, it’s his high notes that grate. But aaj kal ka synth sound and mixing wakes and energizes his desert drone voice, infusing it with a pep only Vishal-Shekhar are capable of imagining for plucky Lucky.

Rahat’s Aas Paas Hai Khuda is so overwhelmingly loud that you begin to wonder if this song must be banned at places of worship, certainly it will startle genuflecting gentry, stone gods may well even block their ears at its ebullient sound. Take this song on a road trip, trek up the hills and play it to the sanctuary of nature - the birds, the tress, the wind inside your wings will agree, ‘tu na jaane aas paas hai khuda.’ God have mercy, be quiet please.

Shekhar requires towards the mic accompanying Caralisa Monteiro in Tumse Hi Tumse. Chuck this, what’s this about that you just haven’t heard currently? Downright pfft!
Mohit Chauhan and Shruti Pathak’s Tujhe Bhula Diya picks up in its qawalli interludes. I waited only for all those bits within this rather flat track. Kahan gaye woh table-baaje - bhula diya yeh music.

Vishal Dadlani and Shilpa Rao belt out I Really feel Very good and you really feel somewhat wistful for James Brown’s original version. What’s with all of the pilfering, ‘inspiration’ et al?

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Did you hear? Director Siddharth Anand when accused of copying poster, said, thank god posters do not have copyright laws, so he's obtaining new posters completed for the film Anjaana Anjaani. And music?Moi prejudiced.

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