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Sunday, 20 May 2012

Sonu Nigam Ft In - Teri Meri Kahaani Music Review!

Kunal Kohli’s new film Teri Meri Kahaani looks to be a bit of throwback to the 90s love sagas with modern twists, similar to Love Aaj Kal‘s multiple love stories over different eras. Kohli started off so well with Hum Tum and Fanaa but really fizzled out after Thoda Pyar Thoda Magic, so he has a lot banking on Teri Meri Kahaani. He definitely has a sizzling leading couple with Shahid Kapur and Priyanka Chopra falling in love in 1910, 1960, and 2012. Admittedly, the promos felt a bit meh, but it was the catchy Mukhtasar that perhaps got you excited for the soundtrack. This time Kohli has gone to Sajid and Wajid to create a new chartbuster of an album, and perhaps testing their musical strengths away from the hero camps of Salman, and Akshay Kumar.

For the 1960s number, Jabse Mera Dil Ko Uff, Sajid and Wajid pull out all the stops to entertain on this track. The rollicking guitars that start the track set the tone for the rest of the song, where soon we get the aggressive guitars and horns chiming in in. Clearly the duo had been looking to the music of Teesri Manzil, and all of those fabulous Shammi Kapoor films.
Sonu Nigam is powerful and brilliant here, and doing his Mohammed Rafi impression but staying distinctively Sonu as well. Sunidhi Chauhan tries to keep up with the tonal shifts of the song, but she does sound screechy at times. The song kicks up during the bridge and chorus where the orchestra and violins punctuate every verse. The song is so much fun, and I cannot wait to see how its picturised on Shahid! It has so many little details that keep you hooked, like the almost Spanish section midway or just Sonu’s effervescent vocals.

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