Angry Indian Goddesses Music Review: Boring And Forgettable
It is tough to give the soundtrack of Angry Indian Goddesses even one complete hearing. That too when there are just four songs in there with one added remix. Though one always expects something unique from Indie films, the kind of compositions that have been put together in the soundtrack (with an exception of one number by Anushka Manchanda) is so weird that you are put off right at the beginning.
Picture this - 'Tu Dikhta Hai Singham, Mere Pehle You Don't Come, Hone De Sangam, Chipko Badan Se, Jaise Ho Chingam'. Really, were they serious when they went ahead with these lyrics by Dr. Swapnil Salkar that have been put to tune (?) by newcomer Ashish Prabhu Ajgaonkoar? In fact one wonders how did Pratichee Mohapatra really consent to sing this item number which is set in a U.P.-Bihar setting.
Next to arrive, Aaoge Tum Kabhi, is at least sober but is so boring and predictable that you want to immediately move on to the next. Put to tune by The Local Train (guess, that's what mentioned on the credits for the music), this one is written and sung by Raman Negi who doesn't bring in any originality whatsoever in this work of his.
The only one who at least makes an effort is Anushka Manchanda who goes ahead with her pensive sounding Zindagi. Ok, so this one doesn't make you jump off your seats either and makes you begin recommending to one and all. However, this is the first of the lot that can at least be given a complete hearing. Anushka does well as a composer, lyricist and singing with this one that should turn out to be an integral part of the film.
However, one doesn't expect the same from Tinko Ke Sahare which is put together by newcomer Kary Arora, a composer-lyricist-singer again. This one is a sheer bad number - Period. Such poor are the production values of this number that it makes one wonder how it was passed in the first place to be placed in the soundtrack.
Angry Indian Goddesses has a forgettable score. What would have made it reasonably interesting is the number Kattey which comes with the promo. However, surprisingly it doesn't feature in the album. Pray, why?
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