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Lafangey Parindey - Music Review

Comments  Comments [ 6 ]    By Zoah R. | 30 July 2010 | 12:28pm

Film: Lafangey Parindey
Director: Pradeep Sarkar
Music: R Ananth
Lyrics: Swanand Kirkire
Singers: Ronit Sarkar, Mohit Chauhan, Shail Hada, Anushka Manchanda, Shilpa Rao, Suraj Jagan, Joshilay

Lafangey Parindey starring Neil Nitin Mukesh and Deepika Padukone is all set to hit the cinema halls near you on 20th August 2010. With the Yash Raj banner and a popular star cast, the expectations from the film definitely run high. The music notes of the movie have been orchestrated by R Ananth. Whatever one may make of the hatke movie title, evidence of fresh music tastes from such ventures in Bollywood is hardly unheard of. A recent example, the 2009 blockbuster, Kaminey! To determine whether or not the movie fulfills its promise of delivering excellence, musically speaking, read on!

The album opens with its title track, Lafangey Parindey sung by newcomer Ronit Sarkar. There is a casual yet action-esque rock mood combined with Swanand's lyrics and Ronit's husky voice churn up an amazing medley which makes one want to listen to it again and again. Ronit Sarkar is just the best in his parts.

Mohit Chauhan, in a habit of excelling, makes no exception of the rule with the next track, Man Lafanga. It is a romantic number written by Swanand, soft and husky, but not without the 'lafangapan' of the character reflected via lyrics, as portrayed to be falling in love! R Anath's music slowly but surely grows on you.

There is a club mix of this song, but the original exceeds in delivering hands down. 

Then comes Dhatad Tatad by Shail Hada and Anushka Manchanda. A great composition by Anath and a complete masala mix with some catchy lyrics and an apt background music which leaves a pretty good impression. 'Dhatad Tatad' is a full-on-pace track that doesn't have a single dull moment. The singers, Shail and Anushka, get right into character and attitude to suit the mood of the song!

Naina Paraindey by Shilpa Rao (of Khuda Jaane fame) comes next in the album. The song, like the vocals of its playback, is unusual but impressive. With truly beautiful and unique lyrics, one of the best from the album, the song is actually written with regards to a blind girl (played by Deepika Padukone) where the lyrics hold great meaning.

Rang Daalein is next in queue. Once again, lyrics that refuse to be ordinary and a soft rock band persisting in the background score. Suraj Jagan is good, but unfortunately not better than that. The overall composition does make up for his lacking nonetheless. Thematically, this track is all about attitude and ruling the world.

An instrumental Born to fly is soft and soothing, strong and motivational. It has the power to evoke thoughts without resorting to lyrics at all!

Overall, a promising album with some amazing soundtracks.

Our picks: Lafange Parindey, Man Lafanga, Nain Parindey, Born to fly.

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Deepika Padukone Deepika Padukone

Mohit Chauhan Mohit Chauhan

Neil Nitin Mukesh Neil Nitin Mukesh

Anushka Manchanda Anushka Manchanda

Lafangey ParindeyLafangey Parindey
Year : 2010

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