Wednesday, 18th July 05:00 PM IST KYA SUPER KOOL HAIN HUM Album Is A Mix Bag
Kya Super Kool Hain Hum
Riteish Deshmukh, Neha Sharma, Tushhar Kapoor, Sarah Jane Dias,Anupam Kher, Chunky Pandey
Sachin-Jigar,Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Meet Bros Anjaan
Mayur Puri, Kumaar
Rating Of Tracks:
Dil Garden Garden Ho Gaya
Dil Garden Garden Ho Gaya Remix
Shirt Da Button
Shirt Da Button - Version 2
Hum Toh Hain Cappuchino
Daler Mehndi, Sukhwinder Singh, Swaroop, Riteish Deshmukh
Volume High Karle
Volume High Karle-Remix
Album opens with “Dil garden garden ho gaya”, which has Vishal Dadlani crooning in his high-pitched voice well supported by modern techno sounds. The track has a very youthful touch and is bound to be noticed. No thinking caps for this track as now the mood is completely nonsensical to core. Mayur Puri's humdrum lyrics goes xtra miles to be nonsensical ('Arey koi nahi tujh si hi-fi, Arey ae Guccimein naha ke tu hai aayi, Tune aisa kiya scratch ke dil tujh se hi attach...') and fits well into the funny caricatures.
The included “Dil garden garden ho gaya – Remix” isn’t too radically different from theoriginal, just amping up a few of the existing electronic elements for the dance-floor. The added pulsating 'club-remix' disco fillers with enthralling beat-juggles are optimally mixed to deliver out an exciting dance-floor feisty treat. Aggressive promotions, multi-colored opulence, flashy costumes have already contributed well to the credits of its track and its flamboyant on-screen display will surely be an added bliss.
The moment “Shirt Da Button” kick-starts, the immediate reaction is that of shock. There aretwo fold reasons for that. Firstly the song takes a melodic route; something which was least expected in this film since at least on the surface, there isn't really a place for any mushy romance. Further shock value comes from Kumaar's lyrics since they take a cheesy route and yet are presented in Sonu Nigam's voice in such a manner that one wonders how the singer was actually convinced to get into this mode.
One gets the answer after hearing the song repeatedly because it becomes quite clear that while lyrics here were indeed unconventional and could well see mixed reactions coming their way (though they fit in well with the film's genre and treatment), it is an intoxicating composition by Anjjan - Meet Bros that turns out to be the ultimate winner.
Kailash Kher's supremely folksy textured voice is the 'chosen one' for the “Shirt da Button (version 2)”. As compared to the original version, it's more sedate, classical and ethnical intones, arrangements and orchestrations. This version has more intrinsically Sufiyana pitched 'qawalli' works and makes it a more emotionally suited background score material. Whether it's Kumaar's well etched humorous wordings or composers ably pitched orchestrations (both versions), it's a deserving romantic score that should be adding to the flick's promising credentials, a probable chartbuster in days to come.