Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Parineeta..!!



Piyu Bole is a fabulous duet between Ghoshal and Sonu Nigam. When you have two of the most talented singers in Bollywood together, singing Swanand Kirkire’s soulful potrey put to Moitra’s melodious tunes, you get pure magic. Piyu Bole tells you the entire soundtrack to Parineeta will be a treat. The English at the beginning is awkward and unnecessary, but can easily be overlooked. Nonetheless, this song is spectacular."
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Soona Mann Ka Aangan is more of the magic from Piyu Bole. The song is soft in composition, using many traditional Indian and Western string instruments, which blend exquisitely. Sonu Nigam brings forth raw emotion in his performance. The resonance in Shreya Ghoshal’s voice is beautiful. Lyrics, again, are top notch. To elaborate on Soona Mann Ka Aangan would mean the addition of more superlatives.
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Sonu Nigam is in his trademark element in Kasto Maza. The song is definitely sung on a train, and the sound of a train on its tracks in maintained throughout the whole song-good for you Mr. Moitra. The chorus of children is actually entertaining and almost appropriate for a train song. You’ll hear Shreya Ghoshal make a one-line appearance close to the end of the song. This tactic usually gives Hindi songs a quality of randomness, thus adding realism to the song’s situation.
-- Bollywood Review

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