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Delly Belly: Uncensored Trailer & Music Review

By now you must have downloaded Bhaag DK Bose and played it on loop an umpteen number of times. But still since Delly Belly is Aamir Khan’s production we can expect a lot of unexpected. The music in the movie is by Ram Sampath and the songs are penned down by Amitabh Bhattacharya, Munna Dhiman, Ram Sampath, Akshat verma and Chetan Shashital. The songs are already talk of the town because of their wacky lyrics and I am sure after listening to other songs you still will wonder what happened to the beautiful compositions we had in old times. Most of the songs sound like some boy who got ditched by his girlfriend in school or college has written this in anger. I don’t say its bad but still.

Bhaag DK Bose has already attracting the youth. It was film writer Akshat Verma came up with the idea of using the key phrase DK Bose. Lyrics in this are actually quite innovative and different. Still a college feel to the song with heavy guitar used makes you feel like your college band came up with it. Next in line is Nakkadwale Disco Udhaarwale Khisko. This one is a parody of the old ghazal style song with even better lyrics. Keerthi Sagathia does a good job like a old fusion Ghazal singer. Saigal Blues is a tribute to the legendary K L Saigal. Singer/lyricist Chetan Shashital does a good job with the song and gives it a very Saigal Saab feeling. If would have liked to see a bit more experimentation in the music here. Ja Chudail is a song full of anger. Imagine you been dumped by your school or college girlfirend and you are upset and angry. This song has been on those lines only. Suraj Jagan shows his anger in the song but again here experiment with the music could have been  appreciated. I would suggest Ram Sampath to take notice of Die Die Die My Darling from Metallica to take a leaf out of their books for songs like this. Lyrics are as usual goes whacky but not impressive. Bedardi Raja by Sona Mohapatra is a one time listen. Shows too hard has been tried in the album to be different. Tere Siva is another average song in the album. It is Just another song in a different album. Switty tera pyaar  is fresh out of streets of Delhi. The punk version adds more punch to the original one and will call trouble for all the Switty’s around 😉  Last track is I Hate You. Mix of 80’s rock n roll. One time listen.

Overall the album is OK. I feel the team tried too much to be different but they don’t succeed in more than 3 songs. Wacky lyrics is not the only thing which will attract audience. The trailer of the movie looks quite convincing. The movie is about 3 Dilli based bachelors Tashi, Arun and Nitin – 3 flat mates who are regular blokes, living the regular life EXCEPT for one small detail – they are on the hit list of one of the world’s deadliest crime syndicates. The film will be released on July 1, 2011. Here is its Uncensored (yeah I know all have been waiting for that) Trailer-

Music Review

Rating– 3 out of 5

Here are Music Videos of Bhaag Dk Bose & Nakkadwale Disco. ENJOYYY

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2 thoughts on “Delly Belly: Uncensored Trailer & Music Review

  1. It is very sad to know that the movie belongs to Mr Amir Khan the person who known for his best work for the nation but i m afraid that this movie will have a bad impact on our up coming genaration …………………..ABSURD MOVIE

    • I don’t understand what is so wrong about it. The generation currently is like that. We just refuse to grow up and talk about it openly. Delhi Belly is surely a coming of age movie for people who think the generation still needs to grow up. According to me its not this generation needs to grow up but the older generation needs to broaden its horizon

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