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teri-meri-kahaani-music-review TERI MERI KAHAANI MUSIC REVIEW
Review by : Kaushik L.M

Starring: Shahid Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra
Direction: Kunal Kohli
Music: Sajid Wajid
Production: Kunal Kohli
Vocals: Wajid, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan, Mika, Shabir Brothers, Shreya Ghosal, Shaan
Lyrics: Prasoon Joshi

‘Teri Meri Kahaani’ is set to hit the screens this weekend. The film has Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, a super happening pair for sure. Directed by Kunal Kohli and set in 3 different eras, this movie has been generating enough buzz in the media thanks to the 2 stars. Composers Sajid &Wajid look to extend their success run following ‘Housefull 2’ and ‘Rowdy Rathore’. Have they managed to score with this one too? Read on to find out


This is a nice melody song that has foot tapping beats as well. It has been sung in a very involved manner. The passion of the singer captures you as the song plays on. The peppy nature of the song will make sure that this song will make the rounds in clubs as well. Even though it is a nice blend of melody and beats, the tune is not very indigenous

There is a remix version as well and given the fact that the original itself is heavy on the pep factor, the need for a remix is questionable. Both the tracks sound similar to the title track of ‘London Paris New York’.

Allah Jane...
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

This is a soft ‘desi’ number from Rahat Fateh Ali Khan with slight ‘sufi’ touches. Knowing the singer’s reputation this song is very typical of his style. It is melodious for sure but sounds too similar to ‘Tere Mast’ from ‘Dabangg’. If only the tune had been a bit new, this song could have created a greater impact, given Rahat’s caliber.

Jabse Mere Dil Ko Uff...
Sonu Nigam and Sunidhi Chauhan

The song begins notoriously similar to the opening theme music of ‘Pulp Fiction’. The retro feel dominates in this song giving us a feel of the 60s/70s. The singing style is cheerful and the instrumentals also match that era. It is an energetic dance number that will showcase Shahid’s superior dancing skills. The song has been deliberately created to give a retro feel and to that effect, this one is a winner thanks to the 2 gifted singers.

Humse Pyar Kar Le Tu...
Wajid, Mika, Shabir Brothers and Shreya Ghosal

Another number that has a very heavy ‘Dabangg’ hangover (remember ‘Humka Peeni Hai’). It is a ‘qawalli’ style celebratory number and should be a good one to watch on screen with all the color around. Can strike the right chord with the audience once the movie hits the screens. Mika’s rustic delivery style stands out.

There is a remix version of the same song which is expectedly heavily mixed with loops, just to suit the dance floors. Guess this remix obsession in Bollywood will never die down

That’s All I Really Wanna Do...
Shaan and Shreya Ghosal

This is a typical Bollywood duet that is aimed at the city slickers and the NRIs. It is totally urban in style and lyrics. Sounds too soft and mushy but the instrumentals before the ‘anupallavi’ add some spark to the song. There is a small trace of ‘Mukthasar’ in this song as well.

Verdict: As a total package, all the songs are listen worthy. But they are neither outstanding nor downright bad. An average effort from Sajid-Wajid.

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