|Posted by:||Amisha L.|
|User Rating||(13 Votes)|
I'm really looking forward to the film, but in all honestly, I was slightly disappointed by the music. It'a good that SEL used certain elements from the music of Don in order to keep continuity and maintain the flow of the film as a sequel. But on the other hand, I wish some new flavours had been brought into the music for Don 2 to make it more diverse. The music for Don was amazing and so diverse from Khaike to Yeh Mera Dil to Main Hoon Don - and I was really hoping for something similar from Don 2.
But having said that, Zara Dil Ko Thaam Lo has grown a lot on me in the past couple of days, and I have very high expectations for the film.
ur supposed to write a music review.not a summary of the song list and the name of the singers.where is ur elaboration on the instruments used,the layers of the song,the music directors vision for the song,the singers capabilities, etc?i guess this is how a review for songs are done in india.
@born_again - our songs & dances in movies is what makes us unique. I do agree that a movie can work with just a background score but its just what makes it "bollywoodish"
one word, USELESS music, nothing is really catchy or foot tapping, forget foot tapping nothing worth humming
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