One of the
strongest foundation stones of the Bollywood industry is the actors and
the actresses, who bring to life the various characters through their
ability to act. In fact, people love watching their favorite stars play
multiple roles in a single movie itself. Similarly, the music industry
does not lag behind with a single song being presented in a variety of
tones. Making remixes of a song, though prevalent even today, is a bit
obsolete. The latest "in" theme is the fashion of reprises. This week,
the DJ on the floor brings you the latest in this genre!
A reprise is
the repetition of the theme of a musical composition. The original song
from the movie has Mohit Chauhan
at the vocals, whereas Arijit Singh
lends his voice to the reprise version. An extra feature of the reprise
is that despite the presence of more rock beats, it is sung in a softer
tempo accompanied by a more soothing voice. For those who've loved the
music by far, it is a must hear.
song takes a leap with the help of the sounds of guitar and catchy
accordion, along with a great musical ambiance. On the other hand, in
the reprise, which is also sung by Falak, the way of singing is altered
in an impressive manner. The effect of soft drum beats, acoustic guitar
and an orchestral piano add multifolds to the beauty of the song.
has the vocals of the talented duo, Mohit Chauhan
and Shreya Ghoshal
who make the confession of the love of the protagonists even more
worthwhile. The reprise of the same is sung by Shreya Ghoshal
song is played at a high point, when the protagonists meet after a long
interval. It effortlessly describes the happiness and relief behind the
This is a
song whose actual composition is a soft ballad, in Rahat Fateh Ali
Khan's voice. The music of the tabla and the other instruments creates
an enchanting and mesmerizing effect. The reprise version has a faster
pace, but since it isn't a sufi song, Khan gets an opportunity to
experiment with the various portions. It varies greatly from the
original, but the soft female voice keeps it unique and appealing.
"Phir Le Aaya Dil Reprise" - Barfi!
Bhardwaj makes sure to leave an impression on the heart through this
song. It has an integration of piano and guitar, along with some Indian
rhythm. The reprise of the song is by Arijit Singh
, whose voice makes it
more pleasant and less ghazal-like. It is a combination of different
moods; like the jazz feel with a piano besides the Indian touch.
just a small selection by the DJ. BollyCurry invites you to share your
favorite reprises until we meet next time with a new genre of songs that
have become popular amongst the recent times.
Writer: Pooja B.
Editors: Fariha L. & Hershi J.