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Music Review: Alone

Comments  Comments [ 22 ]    By Gurprit K. | 08 January 2015 | 11:45pm

As we ring in the New Year with new resolutions, new cheers, and new hopes and aspirations, Bollywood is doing the same. 2015 will see another talented small screen actor make his debut on the silver screen. Sharing the screen with Bollywood's Bengali bombshell, Bipasha Basu, is Karan Singh Grover, a man who has won many accolades for his spectacular performances in popular TV shows such as Dill Mill Gayye and Qubool Hai.

Alone is a horror film directed by Bhushan Patel and produced by Panorama Studios. The album comprises of four tracks, and as usual, BollyCurry takes pleasure in bringing you the review.

The album opens with Mithoon's "Awaara", a soft and compelling track that rides on an electric background score. Altamash Faridi along with Saim Bhatt, lend their powerful vocals for the song. This is definitely one for the playlists.

Up next is the soulful "Katra Katra". It's composed by Ankit Tiwari, sand he teams up with Prakriti Kakar to do wonders with the vocals. With less instrumentals and more vocalities, the track is amazing for stress therapy.

Taking things a notch higher is "Chand Aasmano Se Laapata". Bhaven Dhanak's beautifully soothing voice serves to enhance Jeet Ganguli's music. The song is perfect for a relaxing session as it keeps a low key on the piano with some gracefully incorporated drumming.

"Touch My Body" concludes the album. Definitely the most up-tempo track of the album, it's composed by Dr. Zeus and Raghav Sachar. The talented Aditi Singh Sharma lends her unique voice for the slightly erotic number. Although the track is groove worthy, there's nothing particularly refreshing about it. This one could be given a skip!

The album is average at best, but this only raises the expectations for the film. Alone is slated to be released on the 16th of January and BollyCurry encourages you all to catch the movie in theatres near you. We wish the entire team all the very best for the film and special wishes for Karan Singh Grover to have a fruitful career in Bollywood.

Author: Mohini N.
Editors: Ritchelle C. and Gunia K.
Graphics: Shikha A. and Komal P.

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Karan Singh Grover Karan Singh Grover

Bipasha Basu Bipasha Basu

Raghav Sachar Raghav Sachar

Ankit Tiwari Ankit Tiwari

Mithoon Mithoon

Aditi Singh Sharma Aditi Singh Sharma

Altamash Faridi Altamash Faridi

Year : 2015

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