When Vishal Dadlani
and Shekhar Ravjiani
(fondly known as
Visha-Shekhar) come together, you know you're in for a blast 'cause
getting something common from them is just too mainstream. The much
talked about flick, Gori Tere Pyaar Mein
, which marks Kareena
Kapoor Khan and Imran Khan
's second movie together, has finally released
it's music album which consists a grand total of nine soundtracks
including two remixed versions and one mashup. Like always, BollyCurry
is here to provide you with a sneak peak of what it's all like, so keep
calm and read on!
"Dhat Teri Ki", like the title suggests,
is an upbeat track consisting of some fast groovy moves and
entertaining lyrics. The track, in the fresh vocals of Sanam Gupta and
Aditi Singh Sharma, is all about dancing away the night at a 'Hardrock
Cafe' with some sexy items even. Although the track is not very catchy,
considering the retro-type trends, it is definitely worth to listen to
at least once. Plus, watching Imran Khan
move and groove with Esha Gupta
is just another story. Take a look for yourselves!
next is "Chingham Chabake" by the music master, Shankar Mahadevan
well as Shalmali Kholgade. Since this track involves a big name, it
surely cannot be disappointing. Impressive choreography and unbeatable
melodies makes this song a brilliant composition. It is once again a
fast track with some squeaky high-pitched lyrics that make you want to
dance like you're at a bhangra
party. Initially one may be put off from listening to the track, but as the beats start, it gets bearable to the ears.
Singh, Mamtaa Sharma, Vishal Dadlani
and Shruti Pathak come together
for the biggest track of the album, "Tooh". A hyper-energetic Punjabi
track which has the capacity of getting your attention just as soon as
it begins, and leaves your foot tapping even after it end. Kareena
Kapoor Khan's jhumkas
aren't any less to get you moving and with the fusion of those angrezi
words, you cannot simply skip this one!
in the voices of Neeti Mohan and Kamal Khan, is a romantic ballad with a
soft rhythm describing the deepest feelings of love. Not the best
listen because of some major differences between the smooth melody and
the hefty rhythm, but it does give a sort of touchy feel when you listen
to it for the first time.
Once again it's Shruti
Pathak on the mike, this time accompanied by Nitesh Kadam for "Dil
Duffer". This one is a lovey-dovey duet which consists of some catchy
lyrics and a good flow. It allows time for the listener to ease into the
song and gives just the right feel with its foot-tapping and appealing
tune. This track is definitely going to last in the listener's mind even
after the movie is long gone.
Last one in the album is
's "Moto Ghotalo", which may be just good enough to be
acceptable for the theme of the movie but have no scope without it. The
Gujarati combo to this track does not sound any better, rather just
making it a passable moment which otherwise appears to be a pain to the
ears. The music composition is done fairly well with any credit to this
track owing to the melodious voice of Sukhwinder Singh
by DJ Kiran Kamath, "Chingam Chabake" is not any better than the
original. However, the "Dhat Teri Ki" remix by DJ Rishabh is a good
treat. The original is already a gripping one but the remix adds to the
fancy. Finally, the mashup of the entire album titled "Gori Tere Pyaar
Mein" is satisfactory. While you might enjoy it at one point, the other
one manages to instantly put you off perhaps because certain tracks of
the album manage to have some good work while the others aren't very
Overall, the music Gori Tere Pyaar Mein
is average. It may sync well with the theme of the movie but other songs
do not appeal to all the audiences, and hence may last for shorter time
on the music charts.
The Dharma Productions' romantic
comedy is ready to hit the screens on November 23rd, 2013. Directed by
Punit Malhotra, it stars Kareena Kapoor Khan and Imran Khan as the
protagonists, while Shraddha Kapoor also plays a pivotal role.
BollyCurry wishes the entire cast and crew the best of luck with the
Writer: Sonia R.
Editors: Fatima W. & Jenifer Y.Graphics