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Music Review

  • Always Kabhi Kabhi

    Popular TV and radio host Roshan Abbas makes his directorial debut with campus flick Always Kabhi Kabhi.
  • Bhindi Bazaar INC

    Judging by the film’s subject, the music should sound gritty. You can expect to hear some slang and local lingo as part of the music.
  • Kucch Luv Jaisaa

    Long-in-the-making Kucch Luv Jaisaa, starring Shefali Shah and Rahul Bose, finally hits the marquee this month.
  • Ready

    Salman Khan is on a roll. Post Wanted and Dabangg, the superstar seems to have regained his Midas touch; even his TV show brought in high TRPs.
  • Luv Ka The End

    Bollywood has ignored the teen flick for way too long.
  • Shor in the City

    In complete contrast to the title of the film is the serene opening track. Saibo is an engrossing melody that wraps around your head instantly.
  • Haunted – 3D

    Vikram Bhatt has stuck to his formula for nearly two decades now – use lilting melodies to lure the audience to the cinemas and then scare them to death.
  • Chalo Dilli

    2011 hasn’t been a particularly good year for the Hindi film music aficionado. So far, it hasn’t thrown up a single album that has been superbly entertaining. There have been a few songs
  • Zokkomon

    The last time Shankar Ehsaan Loy composed for a children’s film, they struck gold.
  • Music To Our Ears?

    Here are a handful of soundtracks to look forward to With the soundtrack of biggies like Thank You, Game and Dum Maaro Dum failing to impress, we take a look at a few albums that are scheduled to be o
  • Game

    Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy’s score for Game is quite mature – in terms of composition, approach and sound. Usually, such a genre of film comes with a kind of typical music that is largely exaggerated.
  • Khan Resist!

    In recent times, no singer has captured the hearts of the Indian audience as successfully as Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan.