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-Falls short of expectations
By Usha Lakra
Yashraj Films is back with another movie ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’, where they are trying to rekindle the charm of ‘DDLJ’. Aditya Chopra has directed this film after a long gap and has cast his favourite star Shahrukh Khan as a lead actor. Anushka Sharma is the lucky newcomer getting a chance to work in Yashraj film.
It’s an obvious thing to expect good music score from a Yashraj film. The Chopras have repeated Salim-Sulaiman for another time after ‘Chak De’ and ‘Aaja Nachle’. Lyrics are by Jaideep Sahani. It seems he is on the favourite list of the Chopras. The music is average, with only two remarkable songs.
Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai
The song is definitely the best in the whole lot. It appears to be situational but is a melody with soft music. Roop Kumar Rathod has done justice to the song and has rendered in his own unique style. Jaideep Sahani’s words harmonize well with the tune. This song is in the tradition of Yashraj kind of music.
The female version is 2-min long vocalized by Shreya Ghosal. The song is melodious with a forlorn feeling. You feel like hearing it many times over. Words by Sahani are lovely.
The song which we all are hearing in the promos is a bit experimental. The number has an intrinsic Indian feel with good use of the almost-forgotten instrument Harmonium. A rhythmic score sung with utter ease by Sukhwinder Singh. The beats are very much into Punjabi folk, making it a good choice for promotions.
Dance Pe Chance
This song is a pure situational track and from the wordings you can understand that the girl is trying to teach the boy how to dance. An energetic number indeed in the voice of none other than Sunidhi Chouhan and Labh Janjua. Lyrics are average.
Dancing Jodi - Instrumental
This piece is rhythmic and will make you dance.
Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte
At one hearing you won’t be able to make out the actual song. The whole song has used several songs from the past movies. You will hear lines like 'Pal Bhar Ke Liye Koyi Hamein Pyaar Kar Le' or 'Jai Jai Shiv Shankar' or 'Hum Hai Rahi Pyaar Ke' and even lines like 'O Haseena Zulfon Waali'. A mixture of all these numbers will make you think what this khichdi is all about. Sonu Nigam has sung this track nicely with versatility. The song is a situational one and appears to be sheer fun.
‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’ is an Aditya Chopra venture after a long time and one naturally expects music like ‘DDLJ’ or ‘Mohabbatein’. But the album is not that good or up to the mark. The scores “Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hain” and “Haule Haule” are the only good numbers but whether these melodious strains have the everlasting effect like songs from other Yashraj films, that only time can tell.
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