Deserves A Hear And Many Ears
By Reflections, MovieTalkies.com, 07 February 2013
Come Valentine Day and the air is filled with all shades and fragrances of romance and this upcoming venture has all this to offer, and more. On top of it, if you love yourself, then feel it with all three words in the title - I, Me aur Main
. The movie casts a mix of hot and cure personalities from the industry - John Abraham
, Chitrangda Singh
and Prachi Desai
- in the lead roles. This one seems to be an entertaining flick where the album has a large assortment to offer with composers Sachin-Jigar
, Falak Shabir, Gaurav Dasgupta
and Raghav Sachar
coming together along with a team of lyricists - Kausar Munir
, Nilesh Mishra
, Mayur Puri
and Prashant Ingole
’s impressive dance number Naa Jaane Kahaan Say Aayi Hai
from the movie Chaalbaaz
? The same track has been presented all over again to refresh your old sweet golden memories, this time in the vocals of Neeraj Shreedhar
and Anushka Manchanda
, as they take you for an entertaining ride. This composition by Sachin-Jigar is an energetic retro pop outing which has a great appeal and what adds up to the charm is the attention seeking start with Kausar’s lyrics equally contributing in the grand celebration.
Word ‘AWESOME’ seems to be written in the dictionary just for the next rendition Saajna, a romantic ballad that opens up with a lovely and soothing orchestral arrangement. Vocals from Pakistani singer and composer Falak Shabir have decorated the track well as it touches deep within the heart and relaxes the soul to make you fly high up in the air. Kumaar’s lyrics are catchy and written well to enhance the feel of melody and love the very genre of the movie. ‘Saajna’ has an unplugged version as well that is truly mind blowing and a charismatic composition that would certainly steal the hearts of million listeners.
Cool rhyming lyrics from Nilesh Mishra are what distinguish the next track Capuchino
from the rest. A solo track in the vocals of Abhishek Nailwal
, it has nothing great for you other than its close resemblance with the title track from Wake up Sid
where the central character was introduced. Altogether an average outing with a flavour of rock that may attract young college crowds. Monali Thakur
carries forward the album with a slow composition Darbadar
. Sachin-Jigar bring on an amazing piece of ‘tabla’ that flows down from ears to the heart. This semi-classical number beautifully shapes up as a marvellous Sufiana work and deserves acknowledgement from the heart. Credit must also go to lyricist Mayur Puri who spins an impressive tale.
Next to come is another romantic track Meri Jaaniye
in the melodious vocals of Monali Thakur and Shaan
. This one set’s its melodious journey with the strings of guitar as Gourov Dasgupta’s does well in bringing on a composition which is quite impressive and sounds different and exquisite.
Tell me, are you waiting for an item number? If so, then listen to the concluding track Nasha Nasha
, an item number in the sizzling vocals of Neha Bhasin
. Raghav Sachar’s composition aptly spreads the ‘Nasha’ arising from Neha’s tone that appears to be rightly bringing on a seductive mood in the album.
Overall I Me aur Main is a pleasant album that has a lot to offer with good music, melodious vocals and amazing lyrics. Uniqueness and variations in the tracks Naa Jaane and Saajna will speed up their journey into the charts. The album certainly deserves quite a few hear and a good count of ears.