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by Tanushree Saha

After giving two hits 'Garam Masala', 'Kyon Ki' ,Priyadarshan comes again with another hit' Chup Chup Ke' with Himesh Reshammiya .

Times have changed quickly with Reshammiya being the hottest selling composer/singer today, Priyadarshan basking in the glory of twin successes in the form of 'Garam Masala' and 'Maalamaal Weekly' .

All this combined with the comic power of Paresh Rawal, Om Puri, Rajpal Yadav and Shakti Kapoor along with Sunil Shetty and Neha Dhupia makes CCK a hot product this summer.

 

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Music Review: Chup Chup Ke
by Tanushree Saha

The album is off to a flying start with the absolutely bewitching composition 'Shabe Firaq Hai', which sweeps one off the feet.

Trademark Himesh Reshammiya's synthesized (ala "Zara Jhoom Jhoom") organ sounds, accompanied by the violin (the simple type), electronic drums and plates, sets the pace for this very pacy and super rhythmic love ballad.

Shabe Firaq- Remix' is the usual routine job by Akbar Sami. Since the original was excellent and pacy, there was absolutely no need for a remix.

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Music Review: Chup Chup Ke
by Tanushree Saha

It's Himesh Reshammiya himself who croons the title of the song 'Dil Vich Lagya Ve' twice before handing over the singing reins to Sonu Nigam who sings the number in a full throated manner and lots of energy.

And if one sees the promos of the song, it becomes obvious that the song's setting is quite similar to 'Bole Chudiyan' from 'K3G'.

Himesh. The track which is further enhanced by Sameer's apt lyrics in Urdu and Punjabi - 'Majlis tere ishq ki, Khwahish tere ishq ki, Bandish tere ishq ki, Dil vich lagya ve'.

While the proceedings were completely Indian in the original, Akbar Sami adds on a Western effect to it to enhance the song's reach to pubs, discs and lounges.


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Music Review: Chup Chup Ke
by Tanushree Saha

The talented singer, KK arrives on the scene again with 'Ghoomar' that has Sunidhi Chauhan pairing up with him.

A rhythmic number that may not be the most unique tune that you may have heard in the past, it is still good enough to keep you engaged due to its rhythmic approach and some loud musical arrangements that suit with the racy fun feel of the song. '

Must say that Akbar Sami's 'Ghoomar - Remix' has definitely succeeded in infusing life to the lifeless original composition and the remix is definitely worth listening to.

After hearing the two versions, one feels that the essence of the song is more interesting in its original version and this is what one may be inclined to hear if looking for some good melody!


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Music Review: Chup Chup Ke
by Tanushree Saha

One pedestrian number follows another as 'Aaya Re' is a routine romantic number, which even the singer with the best voice (amongst mainstream commercial singers) today, Kunal Ganjawala, fails to perk up.

The composition is highly inspired by Amitabh's 'dhamaal' number 'Dekha Na, Hai re socha na' .

But the talented composer that Himesh is, he has added his own nuances (making it a lower octave, slower composition) rather than blatantly lifting it, like the master of plagiarism, Pritam.

Aaya Re- Remix' by Sami certainly does a lot of good to the original, but makes it more similar sounding to the 'Bombay To Goa' number, due to the additional pace and rhythm.


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Music Review: Chup Chup Ke
by Tanushree Saha

To lend some novelty to the copied original, Himesh gets Kunal Ganjawala to sing the 'Tumhi Se - Unplugged'.

This version has some soothing background guitar strumming and crooning and Ganjawala sings only a few short parts.

With singers like Vijay Yesudas and Shreya Ghoshal credited for a song, one expects the proceedings to mellow down a little and turn outright melodious.


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Music Review: Chup Chup Ke
by Tanushree Saha

The only song in the album that has only one version associated with it, 'Mausam Hai Bada Qatil', is a Sonu Nigam single and has its opening tune set to the 60s fashion.

On hearing closely, one realizes that the rhythm has some resemblance to Reshammiya's own 'Aa Meri Life Bana De' [Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye] but he arranges the music in such a manner that it comes across as a number .

From someone like Sonu Nigam, the least that you expect is a good rendition and he (obviously) does well here too! A good song to end the album!

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Music Review: Chup Chup Ke
by Tanushree Saha

All in all, 'Chup Chup Ke' starts off brilliantly, but after that it takes a mighty fall.

A similar trend will be seen in the audio sales pattern, as except for the first two tracks, the album is way below Himesh's self-set high benchmark.

NOW is the time to up the tempo of the music promotion and bombard the music channels with all the songs for getting the album its due.

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hehe kool picz of himeshji huh?...
himani di...did u get 2 c it yet?
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k guyz i g2g... c yall later...
k if u guyz wanna kno bout wht i was talkin bout... this is da link 2 da rticle (BOGUS) ... [if nebody missed da newz...]
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1600537.cms
pretty stupid... Wacko
newayz... peace 4 now...
Heart alwayz,
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Do ghosts like songs?

TIMES NEWS NETWORK[ THURSDAY, JUNE 01, 2006 12:11:24 AM]
 
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Should they be banned?

It was bound to happen, sooner or later. Playback singer Himesh Reshammiya's spirited rendition of the Jhalak Dikhlaja song from this February's release "Aksar" and ending with Ek baar aaja, aaja, aaja, aaja, aaja is said to have evoked a very positive response not only from the fans but even ghosts that walk!

A section of the populace in Gujarat has, says a news report, sought a ban on the playing of this song, especially at night. There has, as yet, been no indication of whether or not those who want a ban will petition the courts.

It would be interesting to speculate on what action the courts will take if the petition is admitted. The courts could see merit in the petition and decide that cassettes containing the Jhalak dikhlaja, aaja aaja song not be played late at night, especially in the vicinity of graveyards, crematoria, hanuted havelis, bhoot banglas and the like!

What happens if not just the manufacturers of the cassette and those who own the music rights but even the ghosts implead themselves in the case so that no decree is passed without their views being heard?

It would certainly be a landmark judgement if the courts decreed that ghosts have a right to be heard. But what if the courts decided that till such time as a final judgement was given, the ghosts should lie low and not spring into action each time the "Aksar" cassette was played and Himesh's spirited voice soared into the climax of Ek baar aaja, aaja, aaja, aaja, aaja?

Could a notice of contempt of court be served on the ghosts and, if so, how? There is also another possibility, given the tardy pace at which cases are heard in the Indian judicial system. The case could come up for hearing decades later when all parties including the petitioners have themselves passed on and perhaps joined the ranks of the ghosts!
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1600537.cms

Edited by HR ki sayyonni - 01 June 2006 at 3:18am
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Bollywood: Himesh Reshammiya song attracting GHOSTS !!

Himesh Reshammiya songs are very popular among the new generation music lovers but now it seems that Reshammiya has found fans from the world of the dead too. The superhit "Jhalak Dikhlaja ekbar aaja aaja.." from the hit film "Aksar" is believed to be drawing ghosts.

himesh reshammiya ghosts

The 10,000 odd residents of Bhalej, about 80 km from here in Anand district, claim that the lyrics are an invite to "ghosts" who then possess residents. They have sought a ban on the playing of this song, especially at night. According to the residents there have been 20 such cases where the person had a high temperature and started behaving in a strange manner after hearing the song.
Himesh Reshammiya

A Mushtaq Thakore says, "The lyrics are such that they draw the attention of the ghosts, after which the person starts screaming and also runs a high temperature. The only way out is to seek divine help. Muslims go to maulvis, Hindus to their godmen,"

One instance is of Firoz Thakor, 25, was allegedly caught under evil influence some 10 days ago while singing the song in the evening.

"He ate too much that day and started behaving strangely. He wasn't talking to anybody but himself and refused to budge from the place where he was sitting. He only became normal when we consulted the Maulana (priest)," said Aarif, Firoz's elder brother who runs a roller-shutter shop in the village.

The worried residents are now approaching the maulvis as well as planning visits to neighbouring temple town Dakor. So finally the songs are forcing the ghosts to give a Jhalak !!

http://www.desifans.com/blogs/2006881



Edited by HR ki sayyonni - 01 June 2006 at 3:22am

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