Tanu Weds Manu Music Review

Tanu Weds Manu Music Review

Tanu Weds Manu Music Review - Tanu Weds Manu Songs, Music Review And RatingThe film is neither that feverishly expected nor is there any news about the flick doing the rounds in the industry! And so, when one comes to hear about the launch of the ‘Tanu Weds Manu’s’ music album, expectations are minimal.

You almost get the feeling that no one would be interested to listen to the film’s music, especially when the cover of the album lists some not so well known names in the music industry. However, the album is not all that tacky and contains some surprises you would definitely want to look into.

‘Tanu Wed Manu’ is an upcoming flick that stars Madhavan and Kangana Ranaut in the lead roles. The music for the film has been composed by Krsna while the lyrics for all the songs have been penned by Rajsekhar.

The singers for the individual tracks comprise of Lehmber Hussainpuri, Mohit Chauhanm, Ujjaini Mukherjee, Puranchand Wadali, Pyare Lal Wadali, Shafqat Amanat Ali, Sunidhi Chauhan, Niladri Debnath, Manjeera, Rakhi Chan, Mikas and Vivek Naik. The album contains a total of 7 tracks, with 6 original compositions and one remix.

In sharp contrast to whatever bad thoughts you had about the album, ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ starts off with a hardcore Punjabi track titled ‘Sadi Gadi’ which has all the necessary ingredients to become a chartbuster for sure!

Crooned by Lehmber Hussainpuri, the track is pacy, peppy; and filled with foot tapping notes. Although a quintessential Punjabi track, the song is slightly different from the normal ‘bhangra songs’ you get to hear at parties and social gatherings. All the more reason for it to become more popular among the masses, especially in the North!

Tanu Weds Manu Music Review - Tanu Weds Manu Songs, Music Review And Rating

The next song in the album is a romantic ballad that has been sung by Mohit Chauhan with Ujjaini Mukherjee providing ample support in the background. Titled ‘Yun Hi’, the track speaks about a guy’s undying love for his girl, how he manages to profess the same; and expects a positive reply from her in return. Simple and pleasing to hear, ‘Yun Hi’ will gradually grow on you although it may not necessarily become a chart buster.

As is common with plenty of music albums these days, the next track that appears in ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ is a Sufi number titled ‘Rangrez’. Sung by Krsna, the song plays out for nearly 6 minutes which makes it the longest track in the album. Strictly traditional with no external influences whatsoever, the song plays out melodiously; and would most probably be an eye candy for Sufi music lovers.

Tanu Weds Manu Music Review - Tanu Weds Manu Songs, Music Review And Rating

‘Rangrez’ is followed by a remix version of the original. Also pleasant to hear with minimal interferences or additions, the remix has been sung by brothers Puranchand Wadali and Pyare Lal Wadali.

Again a soft melodious track, ‘Piya’, the next song in the album has been sung by Shafqat Amanat Ali who has rendered the semi classical composition beautifully. The track has an old world charisma that seems to tug at your heart when you hear it. Clearly the next best song in the album after ‘Sadi Gali’, ‘Piya’ would most probably sound better with the accompanying visuals.

Returning back to the festive mood with the track ‘Mannu Bhaiya’, the album picks up in pace and feel after the comparitively slower numbers. Sung by Sunidhi Chauhan who gets ample support from Ujjaini Mukherjee and Niladri Debnath, while Manjeera, Rakhi Chand and Vivek Naik work as vocalists in the background, the song is a peppy number with a strong desi flavor attached to it.

Tanu Weds Manu Music Review - Tanu Weds Manu Songs, Music Review And Rating

The album ends with a blast with ‘Jugni’, a fast, fun track which is again a Punjabi essential. Playing for just 3 minutes, the song which has been sung by Mika, has enough spice and micheif to make you let go of your inhibitions and shake a leg!

On the whole, the music album of ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ may not turn out to be as popular as other films based on the same subject. However, the dance numbers add spice to the otherwise decent album which would get good reviews for its romantic tracks as well.

Rating: 3/5

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