Film: "Jai Ho"; Composers: Sajid-Wajid, Amal Malik and Devi Sri Prasad; Singers: Wajid, Shaan, Shreya Ghoshal, Shabab Sabri, Himesh Reshammiya, Keerthi Sagathia, Palak Muchhal, Altamash Faridi, Armaan Malik, Bhaven Dhanak, Brijesh Shandilya, Ujjayinee and Amal Malik; Rating **
The album has nine tracks, including two remixes, but the composers' efforts are nothing to write home about.
The album starts with "Baki sab first class hai", sung by Wajid. The song is good and relatable, but it's more like a speech given during a rally - the only difference is that it has music.
Next is "Tere naina maar hi daalenge". It reminds one of "Dagabaaz re" and "Tere mast mast do nain" songs. There is obviously nothing wrong in it, but why the obsession with "naina"? Nevertheless Shaan, Shreya Ghoshal and Shabab Sabri have done a great job and the composers too create an effect by using tabla.
"Photocopy," sung by Himesh Reshammiya, Keerthi Sagathia and Palak Muchhal, is the third song. Reshammiya's voice has once again created its magic in the song. It is a good dance number and will be a hit during the Navratri season.
"Tumko to aana hi tha" is a slow number. Crooned by Armaan Malik, Marianne D'Cruz's and Altamash Faridi, it has Indian as well as western flavour, but there's no "wow" factor in it. People need to understand that romantic songs are not only about some lovey-dovey lines and slow music. The song lacks emotions.
For a change, "Love you till the end (House Mix)" turns out to be nice and peppy. Armaan Malik went behind the mike to sing the song. The beats are groovy.
"Naacho re" follows it. Sung by Ujjayinee, it is a mess. The listener will surely have the 'What the hell' expression after listening to the song.
The "Jai jai jai jai ho" title track is an effort by singers Wajid, Armaan Malik, Brijesh Shandliya and Amal Mallik. Its chance of wooing music lovers in urban India is however bleak and it will certainly not be accepted in rural areas too, although the beats are good.
A remix version of "Photocopy" by DJ Angel is next on the list. It is good to the ears. An apt song for festive season!
"Baki sab first class hai", a remix by DJ Angel, wraps up the album. The concept of creating a remix version of anything and everything should be avoided. There is nothing good about it and it is a waste of time and effort.
Overall, the "Jai Ho" album has its ups and downs.
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I didn't really like any of the songs.. I only like Tere Naina but I didn't like the entire song.. Only the actual chorus where it goes Tere Naina Bade Katil Mar Hi Dalege, Katilana adao se ...etc... But I didn't like the middle of the song and the autotune they added on Shreya's voice in the middle...Shreya has a beautiful voice so I don't even think autotune was needed in any parts to screw up the song
Edited on:15 January 2014 at 6:32pm
The worst ever thing about Jai Ho is its so called 'heroine' Daisy Shah.
Only Superstar Sallu miya can save this movie from being a disaster, because with a heroine like Daisy this movie can never ever Dazzle :P
i really donot like the music as compare of some other salman,s movies..Ek tha tiger songs were awesome and also 1,2 of dabbang were good...
and the worst thing about this movie is its heroine..
is salman really paid for heroine,s surgery,i think he should replace the heroine face instead of it :P
bt gud luck for salman,s movie..
p.s=no offence,just my pov
Edited on:15 January 2014 at 1:27am
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