Joined: 31 December 2005
oh gr8 ............himeshji is comming ...then i surely gonna watch it...........thanx angei
now...i've to reach Bangalore @ any cost ...................v don't get Zee TV in my mum's place.....
wooow gr8 going guys ..................
missing u'll . will be active very soon ........
Joined: 15 March 2006
Gr8t news angie, I would surely watch the show.And the way he supports his student....we will remember him also as a gr8t mentor and a person with a gr8t heart.
Can someone put the details of himeshjis recent interview in filmy channel, we dont have this channel here....misd it
Joined: 15 March 2006
Another ringtone from his compositions:
Ring Tone-Tera Surroor (For Nokia Composer)
8#c2 16#d1 8#f1 8.e1 8.#d1
8e1 8#c1 2.e1 4.#c2 4e1
4#c1 8b1 4.#c2 4e1 4#c1
8b1 4.#c2 4e1 4#c1 8b1
2#c2 8#c1 8#c1 8#d1 16#d1
4.e1 16e1 16#d1 8#c1 8#c1
8#c1 8#d1 16#d1 4.e1 16e1
16#d1 8#c1 16b1 16b1 8b1
8#c2 16#c1 4.#d1 16#d1 16#c1
Joined: 15 March 2006
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Colorful, zestful and vibrant flavors of "Holi" come in an intoxicating mood in the soundtrack "Rang Daalo". In the past, "Holi" numbers were rare but in the changing scenario the festivals and such occasions are being spotlighted and it shows in this soundtrack. Sonu Nigam along with Shreya Ghoshal sings this "festive" number with the backdrop of traditional folk music. The words are spiced up to sprinkle colorful ambience and it shows as the song progresses. An effective "Holi" number after some lackluster "Holi" soundtracks was heard in 'Mangal Pandey' and 'Waqt'. This song has been on air as promotional soundtrack with stars like Urmila, Ashmit, Dimple Kapadia and Raj Babbar painting town red with "Holi" colors. The soundtrack comes in folk version as folk singer Sailesh joins Sonu Nigam in rhythm and style. This version has additional traditional "Holi" folk verses sung in a vociferous way. It's delightful to hear that the trendy music composers metaphor the spirit of Banaras culture with optimum packaging of traditional musical work.
The holy chants of "Om Namah Shivaya", creates an ambience of spirituality as they make striking presence in religiously pious and sanctimonious sentiments in the highly spirited soundtrack "Purab Se". It's about devotion to Lord Shiva sung mellifluously in the pristinely syrupy voice of Shreya Ghoshal. The free flowing vocals are supported with brief classical singing in the background and effective musical arrangements. The song brings the nostalgia felt through the radiance of glowing sun, frolicking dance of peacocks and fresh whiff of fresh air in worshipping Lord Shiva. Sameer's lyrics are immaculately divine and coated with high degree of spirituality. The song encores devotion towards Lord Shiva with the deity's adulation and worshipping by chanting "Om Namah Shivaya". Simply Brilliant!
A brief rendition of Indian classical music comes in the voice of Pranab Kumar in the soundtrack "Bajuband Khul Jaaye". This appears to be traditional "mujra" number that caters to the classical music lovers. It's brief but yet effective and should work well in the film.
The adulation of religious city of Banaras makes thunderous presence in the concluding soundtrack "Yeh Hai Shaan Banaras Ki". The song epitomizes the grandeur of city that has witnessed the presence of great Holy souls in the past. Classical singer Sanjay Abhyankar sings this sanctimonious soundtrack in the conventional as well as through the classical style of singing. A great treat for classical music lovers that sums up the beauty and grace of Banaras. The singer has been excellent in generating desired enthusiasm while singing lyrics enriched with divine "sholaks" and verses. The high-pitched music is effective in generating impulse, passion and devotion for the Holy city. The soundtrack has been thematically conceived with thunderous chants of "Har Har Mahadev" in striking ways. It also adulates the great religious literary work of saints like Kabir, Vyas, Tulsidas besides emanating religious sentiments for deities. In short, it's a great musical work by all standards and should uplift the sentiments delivered through the film.
Himesh Reshammiya shows different and impressive faade of his musical genius with some finely executed soundtracks in 'Banaras - A Mystic Love Story'. The composer-turned-singer has been a rage in the pop world but in this album he delivers some highly refined classical music in style. The album should find admiration from classes who crave for genuine quality music. A great musical work!
(Hope this topic has not been posted yet)
Joined: 04 March 2006
Thanks Ange, you made my day... any idea when its going to show in Canada? Cant wait to see HR = wow!
Joined: 12 January 2006
Joined: 14 November 2004
No!!!!!!!! he's coming back? Ok I know I should be happy but you all know what this means naa - more bashing
Anyways I will def be watching the episode - just to see Himeshji for a whole hour!
hey badi - am glad u liked my post urs was gr8 too
thanks disha for the ringtones & articles! im gonna post some too!
Joined: 14 November 2004
Subhash Ghai's 36 CHINA TOWN is his latest credit and the music of the film is already making waves. At the music launch of 36 CHINA TOWN, Subhash Ghai seemed pretty elated about Himesh, "When I decided to sign Himesh for the film he was quite ecstatic. He claimed that he'll compose a score people won't forget for a long time. I was quite taken aback because he didn't hear the story or read the script; to maine socha ki ye aise kaise bol sakta hai! (I thought how he could say something like this) But now I can say that Himesh has lived up to his promise. He's done a magnificent job here."
Himesh was humble in his stride. "I am proud to be associated with Mukta Arts. I thank Subhash Ghai for having given me the chance to work for this film. I now need your blessings and so do my colleagues here. I had a good time working with Sameer-ji (lyricist)." He the turned towards the Tauranis (of Tips) and jokingly said, "Ab hum logon ka career inke haath mein hai (now our careers depend on them!). They are the best I'll tell you." The music of the film is released by Tips.
In keeping with the spirit the evening concluded musically. Alka Yagnik and Himesh Reshammiya enthralled the masses with their superb vocal rendition. This was followed with model turned actor Upen Patel matching steps to 'Aashiqui Mein Teri' which left the crowd wanting for more.
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