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Tumsa Nahi Dekha Music Review


 While high profile Ram Gopal Varma is churning movies after movies with 'Factory' and hogging all the publicity and limelight, there is another production house that is low profile in comparison but still comes up with a new movie and a different theme every quarter at least. Yes, Bhatts who are not as hyped by media as other production houses come up with ' Tumsa Nahi Dekha ' after their last superhit release ' Murder '. Saregama Films and Mukesh Bhatt join hands in this love story between a club dancer played by Dia Mirza (who does the famous Merlyn Monroe skirt swing on the album cover) and Emraan Hashmi. TND is directed by Murder director Anurag Bose and has music department handled by Mahesh Bhatt's favorite Nadeem Shravan and lyricist Sameer. TND is equally important for Dia Mirza and Emraan Hashmi, who graduates from being a second lead in ' Footpath ' to playing a gray character in this year's biggest hit ' Murder ' to being a conventional sole hero - lover boy kind.

World renowned pianist Richard Clayderman, whose couple of well composed pieces went unnoticed in Rajshri's recent dud ' Uff Kya Jadoo Mohabbat Hai ', does his piano act again in ' Yeh Dhuan Dhuan ' that is sung by Roop Kumar Rathod and Shreya Ghoshal. Though this 60's style composition is good with a fine instrumental on piano by Richard, the song somehow turns out to be disappointing mainly due to wrong selection of the two singers. Both of them try hard but do not succeed at all, especially Roop Kumar Rathod whose vocals just do not suit the mood of this romantic song. A number that could have been good but doesn't leave an impact!

The one that impresses on the very first hearing is ' Bheed Mein Tanhaai Mein ' that has vintage Nadeem Shravan touch in the class of Kasoor and Raaz. Udit Narayan and Shreya Ghoshal fully support this melodious number that has an essence of Mahesh Bhatt-Nadeem Shravan association. No wonder you feel elated when the number is repeated again in the album. In fact on closer look you realize that this is indeed the biggest ever album for Shreya Ghoshal in her short career so far as she sings all the numbers with an exception of one song.

A solo by Sonu Nigam ' Tanhaiyan ' is a passable number and appears to be one of those tracks that look quite good when presented as a music video from a non-film pop album. Just about average!

After a couple of melodies, Shreya gets into a hip-hop swinging mood with ' Mujhe Tumse Mohabbat Hai ' where she is paired with Shaan. The one, which is on the air, is its remix version set to tune by DJ Aqeel. Needless to say, such is the vibrant effect of this remix that you tend to ignore the original. It is much more hep, vibrant and high energy that it makes for an ideal dance floor number. In fact in the original track, Shaan looks out of place as he changes his vocals and is unable to deliver goods. He tries to sing in a subdued tone and just like Roop Kumar Rathod in ' Yeh Dhuan Dhuan ', he too meets with minimal success. But the remixed version more than compensates for this and the result is a number that can be a potential hit.

Predictability of lyrics is back in Sameer's ' Maine Soch Liya ' by Udit Narayan and Shreya Ghoshal. Often heard lyrics are repeated once again in this song about 'I have decided that I am gonna love you forever'. Okay, whatever! The number of time the words ' Maine Soch Liya ' repeat in the entire song, one starts thinking whether these two love birds have really decided to be with each other forever or are they just trying to convince themselves! The composition too is just average and doesn't call for a standing ovation. Nope, not interested. Over to the next song!

' Ghar Se Nikalte Hi ', a composition by Rajesh Roshan from Mahesh Bhatt's earlier ' Papa Kehte Hain ' is the source of 'inspiration' for ' Woh Humse Khafa Hai ' sung by Udit Narayan and Shreya Ghoshal. Theme of the number goes like this - 'Both of us are a bit upset with each other but still like conversing'. A nice melody overall, it is nothing different or unique but is not disappointing either. Not a chartbuster on the anvil, it sounds good and that's all!

After a sequence of mushy duets comes a solo by Shreya ' Dhanak Ka Rang ', a situational track that gives an impression that the heroine has been rehabilitated by her loved one and she is unable to control her happiness over this. Shreya modulates her vocals to sound a bit more squeaky that is a mix of sorrow ness combined with the hope from the future. The song just passes muster and is nothing that you may want to recommend to people to hear over and over again.

After the musical success of ' Murder ', it would be unfair to compare it with the any of the forthcoming Bhatt movies as albums like ' Murder ' come once in a while. But given the track record of Bhatts ( Kasoor, Raaz, Jism, Paap etc.), one expected a score that could stand up to some extent at least. Unfortunately, the music of TND, barring ' Bheed Mein ' and ' Mujhe Tumse Mohabbat Hai ', has not much to offer and settles down to an average category.

An album that promised much but doesn't live up to expectations!




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