Sunday, May 20, 2012

Teri Meri Kahaani (Music review), Hindi – Sajid-Wajid

Wajid does a surprisingly good job in singing the bubbly Mukhtasar that, for some inexplicable reason, sounds a lot like London Paris New York’s title song! Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s Allah jaane is predictable, but is wonderfully serene and pleasant! Jabse mere dil ko‘s guitar and retro outlook is very appealing, as is Sonu and Sunidhi’s vocals. The techno qawali Humse pyaar kar le tu is too derivative to work, while That’s all I really wanna do‘s nursery rhyme-like tune is plain annoying. But for these two songs, Teri Meri Kahaani is a fairly competent effort from Sajid and Wajid!


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  3. Three love stories set 50 years apart. It's like watching 3 films in 2.5 hours. All crappy emotional melodrama skipped. Shahid has done really well. Priyanka had a great chance considering the storyline but falters again.
    The CGI effects used in showing 1960's Mumbai (Bombay back then) are "cute" if not excellent.
    Go for it. Good RomCom.

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