Monthly Archives: August 2017

Humko sirf tumse pyaar hai – Barsaat (1995)

Film: Barsaat (1995) Music: Nadeem-Shravan Lyrics: Sameer Singer: Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik Nadeem-Shravan sprang a surprise with this album and this track stood out given its focus on melody, the standalone violin/guitar pieces, the whistle, the beat, the lyrics and … Continue reading

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Ho nahi sakta – Diljale (1996)

Film: Diljale (1996) Music: Anu Malik Lyrics: Javed Akhtar Singer: Udit Narayan Be patient with this one (read: listen twice/thrice), it will grow on you! Simplicity is the key here – in words, expression and tune from a very good … Continue reading

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Watch “Enna Sona kyun rab ne (Ok Jaanu) original chords on guitar” on YouTube

 

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Mere pyaar ki umar ho itni sanam – Waaris (1988)

  Film: Waaris (1988) Music: Jagdish-Uttam Lyrics: Verma Malik Singers: Manmohan Singh, Lata Mangeshkar This traditional-sounding and instantly-appealing duet from Waaris (1988) has magical wordsmithing and has been set to tune by the little known music director duo Jagdish-Uttam. Very … Continue reading

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Raah mein unse mulaqaat ho gayi – Vijaypath (1994)

  Film: Vijaypath (1994) Music: Anu Malik Lyrics: Indeevar Singers: Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik A ballad that has very nice use of the tabla and does not follow the typical mukhda-antara pattern. Each antara is very soothing, has a different … Continue reading

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Chaaha to bahut na chaahein tujhe – Imtihaan (1994)

  Film: Imtihaan (1994) Music: Anu Malik Lyrics: Faaiz Anwar Singers: Kumar Sanu, Bela Sulakhe An appealing and romantic number that has some really simple but soulful wordsmithing, very effective use of instruments like mandolin, guitar, dholak, flute, santoor, violins … Continue reading

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