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Movie Information:Music director: Sajid
Producer: Ratan Jain
Cast: Anil Kapoor, Ajay Devgn, Kangna Ranaut, Boman Irani, Zayed Khan, Mohanlal, Sameera Reddy
Release Date: April 27th, 2012
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Tezz Music ReviewShajid Wajid has been a name to reckon with in Bollywood films for more than a decade now but for some reason they have failed to deliver over the last twelve months. Their latest outing ‘Housefull 2’ that has just been released did not have any promise either, from the perspective of film music. The only notable song was ‘Anarkali Disco Chali’ and it had more to do with Malaika Arora Khan’s item number act than the music or the song itself. Well, Tezz music album is out and despite it being an action thriller, with Sajid Wajid on the console, there is optimum possibility of having a few romantic numbers for sure.
Quiet expectedly the album starts with ‘Tere Bina’ and if the title of the song does not tell you anything then the violin prelude would set the tone for a romantic number. Rahat Fateh Ali Khan comes along as a surprise with his low pitched tone for the song. Sadly, ‘Tere Bina’ does not make an impact, positive or negative. There is nothing new in the song actually. The music is bland and we have had similar melodies and tunes so many times in Hindi films that it would take ten seconds into the song to hit the skip button or hover to the next track. Just like the trailer of Tezz that only boasted of glossy locales and shabby plot line, ‘Tere Bina’ boasts of big names such as Sajid Wajid and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan but gets lost even before we reach to the second minute of the song.
The title song of Tezz, naturally titled ‘Tezz’ should have been a game changer as the title song of ‘Dhoom’, ‘Jannat’ and other title songs have normally done over the decades. Sadly, ‘Tezz’ – the title number is no more than an Arabian Night meeting Transformers. There are several instances where the track can be related to numerous Hindi movie songs and title numbers (Cash for an example). The problem is that it tries to blend in every genre and in the process manages to yield nothing from any of the styles. Anyway, the life saver here is Sunidhi Chauhan. She sings Tezz with all her potential and talent and this is also one of those rare occasions where a title song has been sung by a female singer. To sum it up, Tezz title song is a thumb down to the composers but a high five and lots of kudos to Sunidhi Chauhan.
‘Main Hoon Shab’ starts well for a change. The tune is catchy and the notes have a sharp melody. Mohit Chauhan is in his elements with the song and he ensures that the song is aptly performed. The lyric is impressive as well. Shabbir Ahmed has done a fabulous job penning ‘Main Hoon Shab’ down. However, midway somewhere Sajid Wajid gives in to popular Bollywood compositions and that is where the delicate essence is lost. Mohit and Shabbir continue to impress while Sajid Wajid gives us reason enough to get depressed.
I am not too sure where Laila would be placed in the narrative of ‘Tezz’ by Master Director Priyadarshan, possibly this is just like ‘Pungi’ of Agent Vinod which was aimed to up the glam quotient of the movie. Did the makers not learn from the ill fate of Agent Vinod that such nuisances don’t work? Well, anyway, we have Mallika Sherawat gyrating to Sunidhi Chauhan’s ‘Laila’ which does not challenge ‘Chikni Chameli’, is nowhere close to ‘Munni Badnaam Hui’ and ‘Sheila’. It is an item number in its own right but just like Mallika Sherawat is in LA and has been long forgotten by people in India, similarly the song would be long forgotten before the remixes and the tweaked versions of the other songs play out through the album.
The album has quite a few versions of ‘Tere Bina’ and despite the original being an absolute disappointment, the revisited versions may appeal to some but they would still remain a no entry zone for most music lovers.
‘Tezz’ for some reason have always looked like a half baked product. The promos did not entice many viewers despite its foreign locales and now the music album does not impress despite one song and that is ‘Main Hoon Shab’. It is even more shocking to note that the song is being liked because of the singer Mohit Chauhan and the lyricist Shabbir Ahmed and not because of the music composer Sajid Wajid who have been around for a longer period of time. Being released in the same week when Vicky Donor has been an impressive ride, Tezz disappoints. Jannat 2 is a far better album and it would certainly be difficult to see Tezz try and pip Jannat 2 or Vicky Donor.
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