Posted on April 27 2013
Film: Bombay Talkies
Music Composer: Amit Trivedi
Singers: Kailash Kher, Amit Trivedi, Mohit Chauhan, Kavita Seth, Richa Sharma, Javed Bashir, Sukhwinder Singh
The album of the film "Bombay Talkies" has six tracks. The film, a compilation of four short films by Karan Johan, Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar and Dibakar Banerjee, is said to be an ode to the Indian film industry in its completion of 100 years, and the music is in keeping with the theme.
Although some topics may be a little disappointing in maintaining the mind in order to film, but scoring averagely.
It starts with "Akkad bakkad". Sung by Mohit Chauhan, the song is larger than life and has a magical atmosphere. Gradually beat picks up and talks about 100 years of Indian cinema. A happy song that brings a sense of nostalgia for the movie industry can not be pigeonholed. In the true sense, the composition is a musical tribute to 100 years filmdom.
The next is "Murabba" sung by Kailash Kher and Kavita Seth. The sound of the violin dominates the introduction and brings a feeling very happy. For once, you can avoid paying attention to the lyrics, because the music is worth listening to. There are happy songs and sad songs, but this takes it to another level of ecstasy. Even if you do not like it at first, he had become after some time.
Another version of "Murabba" sung by Javed Bashir comes next. Unlike the previous version, is more dramatic in nature. With the constant rattling sound of the engine "chuk chuk" in the background, the number quickly, well sung, works in sync with the music. The drums and trumpet sounds a touch cool. However, the end of the song is addressed in an unexpected way. In short, you can call seriously and darker version.
Another issue, entitled "Apna Bombay Talkies", has a lot of singers who sing and it's kind of a promotional song, which gives a "Dekh Dekh tamasha" feel. It's a lively track fast and has a vintage feel to it. It would be interesting to see the video of the song. Of course it is extravagant in nature with an old world feel.
"Bachchan hymn" rounds out the album. Sung by Sukhwinder Singh, strum the strings and drum beats raise the song focuses on Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan. The song features some excerpts from popular movies Big B.
"Bombay Talkies" songs are high on emotions. If you have an ear for classical music, then this album is a must for you. Tell a story that other music tracks have lost so far.