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PK

Aamir Khan, Anushka Sharma, Boman Irani, Saurabh Shukla, Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjay Dutt
Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Rajkumar Hirani
Rajkumar Hirani
Comedy
2014-12-19
Hindi
0/5

It is not touted to be the best music of the year. But it comes with a taste of Raju Hirani. PK is an album that gives you variety, soulful singing, and some goofy lyrics. But does it match up to the expectations?

 

“Tharki Chokro” is the Rajasthani folk flavoured song that starts off this album. Swaroop Khan, the former Indian Idol contestant, crooned the lyrics to this one. The song, like others on the album, seem to be situational and will likely lend to the narrative of the film. It has foot-tapping number, although it does take some time to get used to.

 

The next song up is the cute number “Nanga Punga Dost” which is clearly a testament to the relationship between Anushka Sharma and Aamir Khan in the film. The song has a feel to it that one can relate to. The song also has some great violin pieces. This song again will only carry on the narrative of the film.

 

The love song between Sushant Singh Rajput and Anushka Sharma is a magnificent number. I could close my eyes and waves my head around and completely get into the song. It is such a simply and innocent song. And both actors look phenomenally good together. With Shaan and Shreya Ghoshal lending their voices to this one, it makes it the best song on the album by far.

 

“Love is a waste of time” and who better to deliver that cute line than Shreya Ghoshal and Sonu Nigam, who we see come together after a long hiatus. In fact, we’ve missed the absolutely pure voice of Sonu Nigam so much that this song automatically because that much better. Composed by Shantanu Moitra, the song has a flavour of freshness that one expects with Hirani’s films.

 

“Bhagwan Hai Kahan Re Tu” is again refreshing because we get to hear Sonu Nigam again. He has such a voice. I cannot describe the angst he brings to this song – because he does just that – like he did with “Jaane Nahi Denge” in 3 Idiots.  

 

The dance theme for PK is such a lively number. It is PK’s song. It is quite enjoyable and makes me want to dance – like PK.

 

“Dil Darbardar” is composed by Ankit Tiwari and frankly, it confuses me. This song is almost a dark song, I wonder how this song fits, if at all, into the film. But let’s see.

 

All in all, this album is worth a listen.

 

 

 

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Comments (2)

  1. it is a complete aaoatptidn, i am sorry i find that laughable....personally loved the movie and abhorred the book (so maybe my opinion i s slightly colored here...and trust me I am a big time book lover who thinks most aaoatptidns don\'t do any justice to the written word)...and for the legalese...i believe the credit line does say that it is \' Based on the novel Five Point Someone by Chetan Bhagat\'..even Chetan acknowledges that...( as to the debate as to where it was placed..sorry terms of the contract rule..infact there is no allegation as to lack/inadequacy of lack of consideration )i feel this book is what u call a true \'inspiration\' behind the story than a literal aaoatptidn...i think what has happened here is that one of the most brilliant and business -savvy minds (Chetan)has made a bad judgment call when he negotiated the terms of the contract..i am not blaming his lawyer here coz i expect this IIT_IIM A combo to have looked at the returns on his investment clause a bit more closely and seriously there can\'t b any right to paternity issue here as his contribution is being acknowledged in the credit line and definitely no argument exists on the right to integrity issue as even Chetan by admitting to wanting be recognised as the person behind the story admits that this is one movie that is going to bag atleast a few awards :)..and i don\'t think judges are going to fully buy the \'poor author who got cheated by producer\'s argument\'..i mean after all we r talking abt a very popular, famous author who was even a columnist in one of india\'s popular national dailies...and i can\'t believe he was ever in a weak negotiating position here..he could have easily sold the rights of his book to any production house...infact i believe the whole controversy would have had a bit more transparency and genuiness if he had raised his dissent publicly before the movie became the success story it is..btw if i hadn\'t known better i would say this is a wonderful marketing strategy for the book...just because it is a best seller doesn\'t mean that one can\'t have a fresh marketing gimmick, right?...and i don\'t think more sales is going to hurt either

  2. fuking cow i want to see katrena kaif on maamde tusauds not her grupy cow. katrena is sooo sweet. i will go madam tusauds when kat status come.

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