Music Review and First looks of Salman Khan starrer- Ready
On Sunday Provogue Designers Kunal Rawal & Nishka Lulla unveiled the star studded glamorous Fashion Show with celebrity guests Priyanka Chopra and Ranbir Kapoor promoting their movie Anjaana-Anjaani with Celebrity City models walking the ramp at Trilogy, Sea Princess, Juhu.
Dabangg is already rocking on TV and Radio stations. Since the time Salman has released the trailer, the movie has become one of the most awaited movie of the year. And all thanks to Robinhood Pandey aka Sallu bhai. Now add some Sajid Wajid music to Salman’s dancing style and yes the result is some foot tapping and interesting numbers. I believe Sajid-Wasid has taken a leaf out of Salman’s book and is trying to cash upon the formula music. With movie based upon a small town in North, the look & feel of the movie is very much according to that and so is the music. The soundtrack of the movie is dhin-chak but doesn’t there is nothing great of out of the box. Lets check it out what’s stored in for us.
Directed by Punit Malhotra, I Hate Luv Storys doesn’t only have an unique spelling but also some refreshing tracks. The duo of Vishal-Shekhar gives us some very beautiful and refreshing tracks which sets the tone for the movie. With the young starcast of Imraan & Soham the tracks needs to fit to the youngsters. Lets see what Vishal -Shekhar has stored for us in this album.
I Should Say that Pritam has done it again. Not just he has”inspired” songs from old songs (the nagin music) or Pakistani songs (Aahun Aahun), but he hasn’t left any stone unturned to make this album worth listening to. All songs on the first listening will hit you…but osmeday you have to get bored of …