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Originally posted by madhy

okk guys check out da front pg..now i hav edited all her success until now.Big smile


thankkkkkkkkkkk u so much madhy u did awesome work...pls post last FC link too...

this weekend I will try my best to find FC numberEmbarrassed

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woh madhy

very good job HugHugHug

sumesh - please check fan club no ...as on front page we are still showing 32 ...i think this is 34 0r 35


yeah thsi on is 34 or 35 or may be 36...not mroe than that not less than that...Embarrassed

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Originally posted by indian888

and sumesh ..surely we will have the party ....just be ready ...we will rock ......
 
and koel ...very nice title for fan club  HugHug


am evereadyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyLOL

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ok guys confirmed...this is 34th FC...


Madhy please add 33rd FC link also...
http://india-forums.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=990144

it is created July 2008....cant beleive...last 2 years we completed 1 FC only...all other 32 FCs we created in 2.5 years....haha

in the last FC link sonu has mentioned it is 33rd fc in first page...


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Music Review: Rajneeti

Comments  Comments [ 26 ]    By Rachna N. | 28 May 2010 | 8:50pm



Rajneeti
. What comes to mind when one thinks of this upcoming movie, which is directed by Prakash Jha? Well, in retrospect, one can profile Prakash Jha-movie music as situational, adhering closely to the theme of the movie itself. Movies like Khoya Khoya Chand, Apaharan, and Gangaajal can testify to this. This stereotype is shot into pieces, however, once Rajneeti's music album is played. The music that is expected to go along an imaginable political background, instead dives into an array of themes: romantic, patriotic, philosophical, and even a "dil pheink" party song! Yes, Rajneeti is truly a lyrical and musical treat that will surprise many with its rich variety of music. The variety is brought in by the four different music directors for this album: Aadesh Shrivastava, Pritam, Wayne Sharp, and Shantanu Moitra. The lyrics are written by Gulzar, Sameer, and Irshad Kamil.

The first track of this album is "Bheegi Si, Bhaagi Si". After the first listen itself, one can undoubtedly claim that this is indeed a Pritam song, and a very sweet one, at that. This song is a very light-hearted romantic number, filled with cute and amorous lyrics written by Irshad Kamil. This song is crooned by Mohit Chauhan and Antara Mitra. Yes, this is indeed the very same Antara Mitra who sang "Kuke kuke koyaliya kuke" from Life Partner. Though that song was able to display Antara's humorous style, "Bheegi Si, Bhaagi Si", allows her real voice to shine through, and we are sure that she will be in much demand after this. Give this song a go!

The next track would be "Mora Piya", composed and sung by Aadesh Shrivastava, along with spoken lyrics by Rosalie Nicholsan, with lyrics written by Sameer. Though generalizing is not healthy, it may be okay to say that this song is one of Aadesh Shrivastava's best compositions. It's a very unique song, because of its semi-classical setting. Upon hearing the song, one would wonder why this song is so melancholic, building up the anticipation for the movie itself. Listen this song for its freshness, as well as to give Aadesh Shrivastava his due accolades, since he had taken a short hiatus from composing, prior to this song.

"Ishq Barse" is the name of the third song. This song is possibly the shocker of the album - it's a full-on dance track, and a very catchy one at that. The song is composed by Shantanu Moitra, and is sung by Pronob Biswas, Swanand Kirkire, and Hamsika Iyer. Along with the lyrics of Sameer, the three singers weave together an interesting semi-classical number, wherein Pronob Biswas and Swanand Kirkire bring in the Rajasthani folk flavor while Hamsika holds the song together with her dance-floor friendly voice. This song is definitely among the best from this album, and is projected to do very well in the charts.

And now we come to the most talked-about song from Rajneeti - "Dhan Dhan Dharti". This song is a patriotic-to-the-core number, beautifully sung by Shankar Mahadevan, with lyrics written by Gulzar sir. What's interesting, though, is that this song is composed by Wayne Sharp. The song contains extremely moving lyrics, and will be appreciated by one and all for the lyrics and the integrity that they display.

Those are the last of the original tracks from this music album. Now, we have three remixes: "Mora Piya Mo Se Bolat Naahin [Dhol Mix]", which is sung by Kavita Seth, of "Iktara" fame, "Ishq Barse [The Bombay Bounce Club Mix]" and "Mora Piya [Twilight Mix]". All remixes are done by Deep with DJ Chantz, and DJ Lloyd with Discreet. All of the remixes will definitely contribute to clubs, but they do not necessarily enhance the songs. The second version of "Dhan Dhan Dharti (Call of the Soil)" is sung by Sonu Nigam. He, as does Shankar Mahadevan, sings beautifully, but once again, the lyrics of the song are what steal the spotlight.

Rajneeti is a mixed bag of treats. There is a little something for everyone, and its variety is the USP. Bollycurry's picks would be: "Mora Piya", "Ishq Barse", and "Bheegi Si, Bhaagi Si".

Give this album a go!


BollyCurry Rating: 3.5 / 5 Chillies


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Music Review: Toh Baat Pakki


Rajeshwari, played by Tabu, is on a mission to find the most suitable boy in the community for her sister to wed. Her sister Nisha, played by Uvika Chaudry, is set up with Rahul, played by Sharman Joshi, and the two fall in love. In a perfect world this means 'Toh Baat Pakki' but the drama unfolds as the wedding preparations begin. So does Pritam give us a soundtrack with wedding tunes for this generation?

 

What We Think:
The soundtrack opens up on a Punjabi note as Mika sings "Jis Din." With the fun beat you can't help but dance to this one! The lyrics tell the story of love and marriage. The remixed version of "Jis Din" speeds up the catchy tune. "Phir Se" comes in three versions; Sonu Niigaam's, Rahet Fateh Ali Khan's, and a remix. The two original versions are purely sweet; Sonu and Rahet make the songs their own and we like them both. The remix seems unnecessary; no need to create a dance version of a sweet melody.

"Dil Le Jaa" is a fun tune  with heavydhol beats and Punjabi masala which will catch on with listeners and the remix will certainly hit the charts. The soundtrack's last track, "Karle Mujhse Pyaar," has typcial Pritam rock vibe. It seems slightly out of place with the love songs and the Bhangra vibes, but it does add a new element. To no surprise the soundtrack includes a "Karle Mujhse Pyaar" remix which is a pure techno, dance number.  

Just before we think the soundtrack ends, we hear "Aarti" sung by Antara Mitra, which is a quick number familiarly known as "Om Jai Jagdish." The song deserves an honorable mention for Antara's gorgeous voice.

Best Tracks:
"Jis Din"
"Dil Le Jaa (Remix)"

Final Verdict:
"Toh Baat Paaki" is a soundtrack with heavy Punjabi influences. The tracks will appeal to different demographics and we expect to see a song or two make it to the music charts.


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By Joginder Tuteja, September 7, 2009 - 09:47 IST

EXPECTATIONS

Masti. Masala. And some 'dhamaal'. That's exactly what one expects from the music of All The Best. Movies and music coming from the house of Rohit Shetty have a certain template feel to them. His films like Golmaal, Golmaal Returns and Sunday have been youthful entertainers with good music. This is what one looks forward to from All The Best as well which, as the title itself suggests, is a movie about celebration and letting your hair down. With composer Pritam and lyricist Kumaar at the helm of affairs, you know exactly what you are getting into.

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MUSIC

Drum beats mark the beginning of 'Dil Kare' that have the cry of All The Best creating the much required rhythm all throughout the song's duration. A number that is set exactly in the manner of 'Socha Hai' [Rock On], whether lyrically, musically or thematically, 'Dil Kare' is a heavy duty rock track that is mounted on a really lavish scale. Suraj Jagan is a good choice for a number like this though one feels that K.K. at the helm of affairs would have further added zing to 'Dil Kare'. Roopam Islam is there as a backup vocalist in the opening number of this album that gets into top gear from the very onset and also gives it a euphoric ending with a high voltage 'remix version'. Expect the track to make it to the DJ's list in a matter of few days from now.


Well, wait for K.K. is over with 'Haan Main Jitni Martaba' which does have a very strong rock beginning to it, especially with the heavy bass doing the trick. However, the moment K.K. comes behind the mike, the scene changes for better. '... Martaba' turns out to be a love song set in a rock genre that has a sound good enough to make you root for it after the first listening itself. With newcomer Yashita being the female vocalist bringing the perfect sound for a rock rendition, '... Martaba' turns out to be one of the best songs to have come out this year. Also, it boasts of the kind of lyrics that Kumaar has excelled in over the last few years that he has been active. He makes best use of the platform made available to him and spins a romantic tale that is given a 'rock solid' (pun intended) contemporary treatment by Pritam. A winner which also makes an impression in the 'remix version'.

One of the major reasons for the promos of All The Best to have made the kind of strong impression is the music that plays along with them. The beats of title song 'All The Best' are the ones that catch your attention in the promos and on listening to it's full length version, you know that the funda of Rohit Shetty, Pritam and Kumaar was clear i.e. to create an instant impression amongst the youth by bringing in a funky sound aided by some full-on orchestra. Rana, now turning out to be a regular with Pritam, Soham (who recently created his own What's Your Raashee) and Antara come together for 'All The Best' that goes perfectly well with the celebration theme of the film and should again boast of some wide spread choreography and eye catchy picturisation.

Mood of the album shifts again with Clinton Cerejo getting a rock solo for him in the form of 'Kyon'. This time around the proceedings are really soft and slow with minimal musical instruments aiding Clinton's rendition. Even though the song has a sad setting to it which is about changing times and drifting friends, 'Kyon' is yet another very good number after '.... Martaba'. Tailor-made for youth and boasting of the kind of sound that worked so very well for the music of Life In A...Metro, 'Kyon' is the kind of number that film maker of any biggie would be glad to place in his product.

Over the years, Neeraj Sridhar has been heard singing in a particular style and sound for many a Pritam hits. In case of 'You Are My Love', he does bring in a definite change in both the departments. Also Pritam incorporates a certain child like innocence in the making of this song which is high on orchestra, is quite urban and contemporary and yet boasts of simplicity. An ensemble piece that also sees the coming together of Kunal Ganjawala, Rajesh, Alisha Chinoy and Megha, 'You Are My Love' is a celebration track about the coming together of friends in happy times.

OVERALL

One expected a decent time pass score for All The Best which would make an instant impression and ensure that audiences are entertained as they play on screen. For this purpose, Pritam does compose songs like 'Dil Kare', 'All The Best' and 'You Are My Love'. However, there is a pleasant surprise in store with '... Martaba' and 'Kyon' turning out to be two of the purest compositions by Pritam and Kumaar that bring in further quality to this album.

OUR PICK(S)

'Martaba', 'Kyon', 'Dil Kare' [Play Songs]





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Life Partner Music Review

 Wednesday, July 22, 2009, 15:16 [IST]
By: Joginder Tuteja, Bollywood Hungama

http://entertainment.oneindia.in/music/reviews/2009/life-partner-music-review-220709.html

Life Partner

EXPECTATIONS
With Pritam at the helm of affairs, you do expect a frothy album. And when Javed Akhtar joins the show, you look forward to the kind of songs that the combo comes up with. After all, the film is expected to be an out and out family entertainer with ample laughs in it. Moreover, actors like Govinda, Tusshar Kapoor and Genelia D'Souza do promise good fun. To add to this, since Life Partner is maiden production venture of Abbas-Mustan, one does expect a good album with a series of peppy numbers in the offering.

The album begins quite well with 'Kuke Kuke' and within 20 seconds you realize that this is a parody in the offering. Antara Mitra sings badly, as is the requirement of the situation where the girl (Genelia D'Souza) is supposed to be playing a really bad singer. While she sings in all her glory, Shaan and Debojeet Daata try to stop her from committing the 'crime'. Though there isn't much to take home lyrically since the song is set more into conversational mode, Pritam's tune is peppy enough, especially the part around the phrase 'Tauba Meri Tauba Meri', which makes 'Kuke Kuke' catchy enough. The 'remix version' is well placed too and adds on the young mood of the film.



'Teri Meri Yeh Zindagi' which follows next is nice and sweet but doesn't quite break any new grounds. A harmless number which has a decent melody to it, this Soham Chakraborty and Shreya Ghoshal duet is a love song which reminds one of 'Tere Bin' from Bhagam Bhag, though it has a little more pace to it.

There is quite some noise in store though with the arrival of 'Aage Aage' which is as annoying as it gets. In fact the entire idea of getting together a bunch of singers with Mika Singh, Shakti Singh, Ajay Jhingaran, Soham Chakraborty and Antara Mitra goes completely wrong. It is difficult to imagine Pritam coming up with a tune like this which was pass way back in 70s. Though placed as a fun number, it just doesn't justify its appearance in the album and is a quick skip.

Kirti Sagathia gets into his 'He Jee Re' mode once again in the 'garba' number 'Gunji Aangna Mein Shehnai'. Yet again, the number doesn't quite work and the tune is nothing better than a dozen odd songs belonging to this genre that has been heard before. Sunidhi Chauhan is heard for most part of the number but the number only acts as a hindrance in Life Partner from which one had entirely different expectations. Disappointing.

Guest lyricist Kumaar is roped in to write 'Poorza Poorza' which has Sunidhi Chauhan coming behind the mike once again. Set entirely in 'S For Soniya' [Kidnap] template (which was created by Pritam himself), 'Poorzaa Poorzaa' with Kunal Ganjawala also chipping in is 'heard today, enjoyed for the moment and forgotten tomorrow' number. Still, it is better than the likes of 'Aage Aage' and 'Gunji Aangna Mein Shehnai'. Also, at the least it managed to bring some fun back into the album with its 'remix version' making an appearance in the album.

OVERALL
Life Partner is hardly an album that a listener would want to partner for an entire lifetime. Only a couple of songs manage to make their presence felt but the remainder of the album ranges from average to disappointing. In the current times when there are quite a few other albums like Love Aaj Kal, Teree Sang, Kaminey and Jashnn making a mark, it would be an uphill task for Life Partner to make its presence felt.

OUR PICK(S)
'Kuke Kuke', 'Poorza Poorza'




Edited by sumesh - 07 June 2010 at 12:31pm

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