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Dosti Music Review


   If there are any film-makers who are consistently delivering good and popular music today outside Yash Raj Films, they are the Darshan brothers. Movies by both Dharmesh and Suneel Darshan have good music as a result of their alliance with Nadeem Shravan. It may sound too old fashioned for some but still melody rules in their compositions, the most recent example being 'Barsaat'. Now producer-director Suneel Darshan comes up with his yet another musical 'Dosti - Friends Forever' by Nadeem Shravan and Sameer that stars Akshay Kumar, Bobby Deol, Kareena Kapoor, Lara Dutta and Juhi Chawla. No doubt, one expects music to be the ace feature of this movie about relationships, misunderstandings and triumph of friendship.

Soothing sound of piano followed by a violin and trademark Nadeem Shravan beats marks the beginning of the melodious title track 'Yeh Dosti'. Both Udit Narayan and Sonu Nigam are subtle and sober in their approach while singing the song at a low pitch and curb the temptation of going extra enthusiastic or over the board. A heartwarming number with the two men singing praises about their friendship and appreciating each other, it boasts of some wonderful on screen chemistry between the two leading actors. In most of the movies, a song about friendship means some cool hip-hop beats with a club setting and babes in the background. But in the case of 'Ye Dosti', it is just the interaction between the two men and no one else around, that sets the song apart from the rest.

It's the time to celebrate with 'Dulhaniya', an obvious engagement track that begins on a foot tapping note with the continuous crooning of the word 'Dulhaniya'. Wonderfully arranged with a no-breather moment throughout, it never ever gives you a chance to rest and take a break from joining the celebration mood. Featuring Akshay-Bobby-Kareena-Lara, the song should soon become a hot favorite in the marriages/engagements due to its pacy setting. Kunal Ganjawala fits himself into the Nadeem Shravan scheme of things and never once attempts at getting western in his approach while Abhijeet and Alka Yagnik are at their reliable best. A HIT number in the making!

Abhijeet and Alka Yagnik return for the melodious duet 'Aisa Koyi Zindagi Mein' that would be lapped up by Nadeem Shravan fans. A sweet number with simple yet effective lyrics by Sameer, it entertains the listener with the kind of music that he/she would have been hearing for years but still won't mind hearing it one more time. While the tune is vintage Nadeem Shravan, it is the musical arrangement that is set in a contemporary style that gives a soothing feel to the song. Hear it with your eyes closed and chances are high that you would end up remembering of the one you love most!

Kunal Ganjawala gets an opportunity to get into his own with a groovy number 'Lets Boogie Woogie' that has a feel of 'Its The Time To Disco' [Kal Ho Na Ho] and 'It's Magic' [Koi Mil Gaya] . A night club dance floor number, it belongs to the style that composers like Pritam and Vishal Shekhar have perfected now. Vasundhara Das is in high spirits while singing this racy number with support from Earl.

When it's a Darshan movie then there is bound to be a 'qawalli' number that caters to the entire nation. Sukhwinder Singh and Kailash Kher come together for this saga about 'ishq' in 'Ishq Na Ishq Ho Kisi Se' that seems to have its setting in the turmoil that the lovers are going through. As like most the 'qawallis', it is racy, passionate and boasts of good lyrics by Sameer. For a track like this you require full throated rendition and Sukhwinder and Kailash do a perfect job here. Still, the situational number never gets too loud and should in fact pep up the proceedings while appearing in the movie.

The first 5 seconds of 'Aur Tum Aaye' indicate the path that this duet by Sonu Nigam and Alka Yagnik follow. A cent percent vintage Nadeem Shravan number that is about acknowledging your loved one's presence in your life in troubled times, 'Aur Tum Aaye' is a situational track rather than being entirely romantic and should appear at one of the crucial points of the movie. Sonu Nigam sings as if he would break down any moment, though one feels that it is the requirement of the situation! Still, the song shouldn't be mistaken to be sad.

After an engagement number 'Dulhaniya' comes the marriage celebration track 'Yaar Di Shaadi' that brings together Sonu Nigam, Abhijeet, Alka Yagnik and Nadeem Shravan's prot?g?e Sarika Kapoor. This situational track is not of the kind that may become highly popular due to a situational feel but still comes easy on ears. At places, it also reminds of 'Aur Kya Zindagani Hai' from Suneel Darshan's own 'Ek Rishta'.

'Dosti' has a good musical score that is mix of love, friendship, dance and club songs rather than being entirely romantic. All the songs may not really aspire to reach the top spot due a situational feel but as an album 'Dosti' sounds good. Nadeem Shravan and Suneel Darshan have yet another assured popular album in their hands that should do well across the country.



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