Tuesday, 3rdJuly 05:00 PM IST BOL BACHCHAN Fails To Offer Novelty
Ajay Devgn Abhishek Bachchan, Asin, Prachi Desai, Neeraj Vohra, Asrani, Krishna
Himesh Reshammiya, Ajay-Atul
Farhad-Sajid, Shabbir Ahmed, Swanand Kirkire, Sameer Anjaan
Rating Of Tracks:
Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Ajay Devgn, Himesh Reshammiya, Mamta Sharma, Vineet Singh
Bol Bachchan Remix
Chalao Na Naino Se
Himesh Reshammiya, Shreya Ghoshal
Chalao Na Naino Se Remix
Nach Le Nach Le
Sukhwinder Singh, Shreya Ghoshal
Nach Le Nach Le Remix
Jab Se Dekhi Hai
Jab Se Dekhi Hai Remix
Album kick starts with title track “Bol Bachchan” which has been much hyped for its beginning which is based on Amitabh Bachchan's legendary track 'My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves' (“Amar Akbar Anthony”). To be honest, the song doesn't really make one jump with joy after it is heard first. The effect is just the same even in subsequent listening. However once it has been heard 5-6 times, this Farhad-Sajid written song turns out to be addictive and now. In fact the entire perception around the song changes after it is given a patient hearing and once it gets on you, it is tough to ignore it. It is sung by Amitabh Bachchan with good support from Abhishek Bachchan and Ajay Devgn who are more into the talkie part with Mamta Sharma, Himesh Reshammiya and Vineet Singh chipping in as well. While together they are clearly enjoying their stint behind the mike, the only moment in the song which sticks out like a sore thumb is the one where one hears the word 'pendulum'. If one leaves that aside, the original as well as the 'remix' promise an outing that should be fun on screen.
“Bol Bachchan (remix)” packs every pompous element of a typical 'club-remix' and entertains with its fervent musical feel, a commercially promising promotional feature.
“Chalao Na Naino Se” blatantly borrows portions from 1951 song from “Albela”, Bholi surat dil ke khote. And the mukhda sounds like Mehengaidayan from “Peepli Live”. Himesh incorporates the grunts of body builders quite musically and this ups the comic quotient. Himesh, for what it’s worth, is pretty restrained on thistrack. This song is slightly more entertaining than the rest of the soundtrack. Nonetheless, with ever-so-dependable Shreya Ghoshal doing her bit and Rohit Shetty ensuring that the picturisation is lively enough, the song turns out to be yet another ready to serve 'masala' dish.
“Chalao Na Naino Se (remix)”
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