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KRRISH (Soundtrack)


Composer: Rajesh Roshan
Nasir Faraaz, Ibrahim Ashk, Vijay Akela
T Series
Year Release: April 2006
Links: www.krrishthemovie.com



Chori Chori Chupke Chupke
Pyaar Ki Ek Kahani
Koi Tumsa Nahin
Main Hun Woh Aasman
Dil Na Liya
Big Band Mix
Mystic Love Mix


There is this mysterious force which makes us enjoy Bollywood tunes, even though we have no idea what the lyrics mean. When you find yourself tapping your feet and nodding to the rhythm of these infectious tunes on the album, you know that it is a soundtrack you’d be spinning in your player quite frequently.

Krrish is the latest big budget Bollywood blockbuster to reach our shores, and it is largely funded by the Singapore Tourism Board. The spectacular movie features the titular hero flying across Lau Pa Sat in Tanjong Pagar and gliding down the Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City. Thankfully, the tunes on this 43-minute soundtrack do not have any “Singaporean-flavour” in them. The songs are reminiscent of those you heard from a Bollywood production you last watched.

Four of the five songs on this album are melodious love tunes. The opening track “Pyaar Ki Ek Kahani” literally means “Come, let me tell you a story about a boy and a girl”. If this does not evoke sweet and lovey-dovey images of the two leads dancing and singing, we don’t know what will. The rest of these romantic tunes are accompanied by lovely strings, and equally lovely vocals. You know what they say - music knows no boundaries.

In the film, the fast and energetic number “Dil Na Dya” is set inside a circus, and if you have watched it, you’d be finding yourself wanting to twitch those hips like the hunky Hrithik Roshan. It is definitely one guilty pleasure to listen to again and again.

It is a pity though, that this album does not feature any of the brilliant orchestral score tracks composed by Salim-Sulaiman. It would have complemented the songs on the album very nicely. Other than the five enjoyable songs, the album also includes two remixes, which if serve no other purpose, will make great tunes to play at your next party.



Review by John Li






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