Welcome to another take of Music 'N' Masti as we wave
goodbye to the old tracks and showcase the hottest new songs in B-Town
10. Khuda Mere Khuda
Film: Krantiveer - The Revolution
Singers: K K, Shreya
A new entry this week in
the form of Khuda Mere Khuda. While the rest of the album,
sadly, has not clicked with the audience; this light performance from
the wonderful romantic duo goes on to become a pleasant listen.
album! Krishna does a good job with the vocals though Pritam's melodies
falls short of his Dan Te Nan composition for 2009's Kaminey.
8. Aapka Kya Hoga - Dhanno
Music: Shankar, Ehsaan & Loy
Despite being on
it's last leg, Mika's bindaas number remains a favorite with the
audience, perhaps a success it owes partially to the parent track from
the yesteryear blockbuster Laawaris?!
7. Behene De
Singers: Vijay Prakash, Mustafa Kutoane,
Music: A R Rahman
This one clearly carries the A R Rahman
stamp! Whilst situational (and no doubt impressive on screen) Behene
De is a delightful combination of the maestro's music and some
6. Bheegi Si Bhaagi Si
Singers: Mohit Chauhan, Antara Mitra
melodious as it is foot-tapping, and beautifully crooned by Chauhan.
Unexpectedly romantic in an album which belongs to a world of dirty
politics et al ..
Although we're more than likely to hear a resounding chorus of
"why?", following the reader reaction from last week, this track in
true Himesh style has an infectious rhythm that has caught the fancy of
many. Taking a few knocks back, the track persists in the charts
Despite coming from completely
different composers, Bin Tere vaguely reminds us of the monster
hit, Noor-E-Khuda. Maybe that's why we love it so much?
3. Mora Piya
Singers: Aadesh Shrivastav
Music: Aadesh Shrivastav
Albeit it's success, Raajneeti's semi-classical Mora
Piya is given another push back this week. Avid listeners may also
be interested in the 'Twilight Mix' and the 'Trance Mix'.
A track that is light on the ears and
well-sung by Dadlani. It has quickly become popular with music fans
despite it's relative lack of lyrical depth as such.
1. Ranjha Ranjha
Singers: Rekha Bhardwaj, Javed Ali,
Music: A.R. Rehman
We aim to please! Khilli Re is
swapped for the popular Ranjha Ranjha of the same album. A folksy based
song reminiscent of the magnificence that was Taal, Ranjha is
an energetic and exciting listen.
Anything we're missing?
know your favourite songs this week and you may just find it in the next