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Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya Music Review

 

  
 
 We thought that we would be the first ones to coin the analogy - "In 1989 Salman Khan said Maine Pyaar Kiya ... and now in 2005 he says Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya "! But obviously the makers were smarter and had it as one of the punch lines in the initial set of promos. And here they arrive with a BANG literally with a rollicking party coming one's way. With not a single sad moment that seems in sight, MPKK is designed as a rib tickling romantic flick starring Khan brothers Salman and Sohail, along with Salman's real life girl friend Katrina Kaif (who debuted in ' Boom ' and got noticed for her uninhibited act), sizzling Sushmita Sen (who is sensual yet again after ' Main Hoon Naa ') and Arshad Warsi. David Dhawan, still riding high on the success of ' Mujhse Shaadi Karogi ' (MSK) directs this Dhilin Mehta - Sohail Khan production. Himesh Reshammiya, one of Salman Khan's favorite composers does the music while regular Sameer writes.

Club music begins with the chant of 'Everybody on dance floor' by Jayesh Ganshi that takes on full steam with seductive rant of ' Just Chill Chill ' by new find Amrita Kak. She has the required attitude and punch in her voice to suit the onscreen image of Katrina Kaif and plays her part well. Sonu Nigam modulates his voice to get the fun effect but one feels that for a song like this, Udit Narayan could have been a better bet. Anyways, the song overall is still a good bet and is destined for success primarily due to foot tapping western music, colorful cinematography, club look and above all Katrina Kaif who looks very much the IN girl completely accustomed to Bollywood 'latka-jhatkas' and pouts. And did we forget to mention that her wardrobe is a clear replica of Kareena Kapoor's? ' Remix ' of the track follows on by Akbar Sami that is heavier on beats due to the use of drums.

'Hip Hop Beat One Beat Two' continues with yet another fresh singer Priya making an appearance (who does quite well and makes her presence felt) with Shaan, Neeraj [B'Bay Vikings] and Shaznine in tow. Traditionally Himesh Reshammiya-Sameer combo, ' Dil Di Nazar ' too is a Hinglish track based around western music and relies on rhythm. The track has a resemblance to the early 80s disco music and has a groovy feel. Continuing the party mood, the song sets the stage set for a full length album that could be played to set the feet moving on a dance floor. With heavy beats around the original, one wonders how would the ' Remix ' of the same sound? After the remix is played, you do realize that there is nothing extra special about it and at best can be termed as a mere continuation of the original. Nevertheless an entertaining track!

 ' Jhatak Matak ' Reshammiya style arrives with ' Laga Prem Rog ' that has the required ingredients of 'Chunri, Payal and Choori' (without which a Reshammiya-Sameer album is never complete). Its amazing to see Alka Yagnik doing the girl act so very well for Sushmita Sen who is stunning once again in a 'saree' and seems so very comfortable in her flashy dance steps. The song that is a direct take-on from Reshammiya's own ' Choori Khankayi Re ' picturised on Amisha Patel in ' Yeh Hai Jalwa ', is a sure fire hit for the front benchers and could be a USP for them. Kamaal Khan is the co-singer and inspite of his silky rendition still plays a second fiddle to Alka's spirited show. In the ' Remix ' for the third consecutive song in the album, a renewed round of beats and a bit of reggae give that extra zing to the number. The best of the three remixes so far, this remix by Akbar Sami at least seems different from the original and sounds interesting. But surprisingly the guy (who is the third voice in the song) is not credited in despite his contribution that got the level of the song higher!

' Dil Deewana Na Jaane Kyo Kho Gaya ' (Sirf Tum), ' Pehi Pehli Baar Mohabbat Ki Hai ' (Daag-The Fire), ' Nach Panjaban Nachle ' (Muskaan) and now ' Ishq Chunariya ' (MPKK)! Do we really need to tell you what binds all these songs together? Each of the songs have an identical beginning musically! Though in this case, at least it changes track after a couple of lines. The most predictable tune so far in the album, this duet by Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik follows conventional ' pyaar mohabbat chunri vunri ' act and doesn't offer anything novel. Still a safe composition due to its Indian style, it doesn't jar but only appears different from the music heard so far! And yes, this is the first song that doesn't come with a remix!

 Combo of Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik join chords once again for ' Sajan Tumse Pyar ' that takes you to the saga of 'chooriyan' after the previous song revolving around ' chunariya '! A sweet sounding song, it is a 'shuddh-hindustaani ched-chaad' song during celebrations. Reminding of ' Laal Dupatta ' (MSK) at places, it is easy to ears and should appear colorful on screen. Reshammiya brand of Hinglish tracks returns with vengeance after a couple of sober songs in the form of ' Ye Ladki '. The message is loud and clear - enough of break, get your dancing shoes back again! Kamaal Khan is good once again while Sunidhi Chauhan (surprisingly) makes a belated appearance. Blame it on the tracks previous to this, but ' Ye Ladki ' even with its ' remix ' is the song with the least punch of all!

Lesser known ' Aa Meri Life Bana De ' from ' Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye ' (another Salman-Himesh combo) is rechristened as ' Teri Meri Love Story '. Now this is a song designed especially for Salman Khan fans that also features Sohail Khan. Sung by Shaan, Babul Supriyo and Sunidhi Chauhan, it also takes inspiration from David Dhawan's ' Head Ya Tail ' (Deewana Mastaana) that itself had its roots in Big B's ' Lambooji Lambooji ' (Coolie). Inspired musically, lyrically and thematically from the above mentioned three songs, its a good enough 'bhel-puri' that should be appealing if presented well.

Himesh Reshammiya and Sameer deliver what David Dhawan wanted and what suits Salman Khan. MPKK is not one of those albums relying on melody (like 'Lucky') but maintains a good enough pace to keep your feet moving. With high craze around Salman-Katrina pairing, Sushmita's presence, David's stamp on the flick and some genuinely funky music, MPKK should do good business - both musically and theatrically.

 

 

 

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