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Movie Information:Music director: Himesh Reshammiya
Director: Vikram Bhatt
Producer: Arun Rangachari
Cast: Karisma Kapoor, Rajniesh Duggall, Jimmy Sheirgill, Divya Dutta, Ruslaan Mumtaz, Aarya Babbar, Gracy Singh, Samir Kochhar
Release Date: May 11th, 2012
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Dangerous Ishhq Music ReviewDangerous Ishq is not only the comeback vehicle for yesteryear Bolly Queen Karisma Kapoor but also brings back the once mass favorite Himesh Reshammiya who had given us memorable albums with ‘Aashiq Banaya Aapne’, ‘Namaste London’ and the likes. While Himesh’s Bodyguard had received a thumbs’ up from critics and audiences alike, he has not been as regular as he used to be four years back. 2012 seems to change all that since the music director is also composing for Son Of Sardar and Namaste London 2 among others. The lyrics of the songs in Dangerous Ishq have been written by Sameer Anjaan and Shabbir Ahmed. With Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Shreya Ghosal and Himesh himself lending their voices, it should be exciting to listen to the album of Dangerous Ishq.
‘Tu Hi Rab Tu Hi Dua’ greets you upfront with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan teaming up with Tulsi Kumar. ‘Tu Hi Rab Tu Hi Dua’ is not Himesh’s signature style. He chooses to play with melody with this one. The lyrics are catchy and impressive and the music is certainly minimalist to say the least. Having said that, the song is pleasing to the ears and has a quaint period feel to it! Although ‘Tu Hi Rab Tu Hi Dua’ would not be a runaway hit, it is not a disappointing start to the album of Dangerous Ishq.
‘Naina Re’ makes a lot of promises for the sheer fact that Himesh brings himself on along with Shreya Ghosal and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. With ‘Naine Re’, Himesh is back with his signature prelude and a tune that we synonymously associate with the music director. Treading the territory that had made him a sensation almost a decade back, ‘Naina Re’ is a nice song. It has some nice melody woven into the lyrics which are anything but conventional. With the metrics of the lyrics defying popular rhythms, the composition is not at all clichéd. Shreya Ghosal sings it from her heart and you get to observe some differences from other love songs that Shreya normally sings. Watch out when she sings ‘Ab ik pal ki bhi dooriyan’ and you may just fall in love with ‘Naina Re’. Rahat Fateh Ali Khan is again in his elements with this song. One may find Himesh’s frequent intervention in the song a little unwarranted but possibly that was a variation that the filmmakers and the music director wanted to have.
‘Ishq Mein Ruswaa’ brings old school Bollywood music, folk styles and Himesh blends in his own signature as well. The concoction would have been a little tacky had it not been for the lyrics that are again unconventional, gelling with the time travelling saga of Dangerous Ishq, and Anweshaa who breathes in oodles of fresh air. Anweshaa is a new comer and she should head to become a toast of Bollywood when it comes to romantic and sad songs. She brings back fond memories of the 1980s and 1990s when the female singers used to sing with a lot of romance, sweetness and longing in their voice. There is nothing in the song that reminds us of the present day albums. It takes us straight to the times when Alka Yagnik, Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan and the likes used to make us go gaga over their tracks. ‘Ishq Mein Ruswaa’ is all about living those good old memories when melody was king.
‘Umeed’ takes you back to what Himesh does best, chords heavy on the bass and techno beats. Amrita Kak is phenomenal with ‘Umeed’. Although the lyrics portions which bring in Shahab Sabri may act as a deterrent, yet you are soon brought back by the ‘Character Dheela’ girl. If you listen to ‘Umeed’ very closely then you may find a few similarities with some of Himesh’s old songs but that is only when you completely delve into the absolutely minute details. ‘Umeed’ is a fine blend of melody and techno beats. It may find some popular acceptance at lounge bars and parties for a while. The variation bringing in the tabla and mild distortions could have been bettered but then when the beats take off you hardly care with Amrita taking you on a pleasant trip.
‘Lagan Lag Gayi’ starts off exactly as Himesh would have done it himself. Shahab Sabri is possibly being groomed by Himesh since there is uncanny resemblance in the way both of them go about their singing. Shreya is again as sweet as ever. ‘Lagan Lag Gayi’ has a slow start but quickly picks up pace. The music composition is yet again old school with tabla, dhol and ghunghru percussions. There is generous dose of shehnai and the lyrics are yet again impressive. Shahab Sabri sings the Himesh would have sung it but Shahab does not have the nasal effect that the latter had which is pleasant and lends him some uniqueness as well. There isn’t much variation in the song but you wouldn’t miss that when the beats are turned up a few notches. One has to love the way Shreya ends it just like she did with quite a few songs in Shahrukh Khan’s ‘Devdas’.
I like melancholic tunes on the guitar and ‘Naina Re Naina – Reprise’ would certainly be a treat for anyone like me. Himesh brings on himself with his high pitches and we are not complaining. Rahat Fateh Ali Khan makes his presence felt in the reprised version has well. ‘Naina Re Naina – Reprise’ is a nice song to end the album with. There are quite a few more tracks but they are all remixes of the originals.
The album of ‘Dangerous Ishq’ may not be a runaway hit but it is a solid album that holds promise. Considering the premise of the film, Himesh could not have gone all out with modern day compositions and has kept things in sync with the plot.
‘Naina Re’ – both versions, ‘Umeed’ would be clear favorites but the other three cannot be disregarded. It would boil down to an individual’s taste and preference that shall rank the specific songs.
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