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Music Review: 'Kaminey'

Thankfully, there are a lot of cool films coming out this summer. One of those happens to be 'Kaminey' which is the story of two brothers. It stars Shahid Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra, and Amol Gupte. The movie soundtrack is something that seems like it will offer a fresh sound from the regular run of the mill Bollywood film experience.

Most of the songs on the album are sung by Sukhwinder Singh. The songs 'Dhan Te Nan', 'Fatak', and of course the 'Dhan Te Nan Remix' offer slightly different sounds and experiences for the listener. 'Dhan Te Nan' is the song that's heard on the trailer for the movie and is an upbeat tune. The remix of it offers a little more diversity in its sound by adding more of a traditional feeling with the modern sound.

'Fatak' is stripped of any modern western sound. The Bhangra sound abounds in this track, but it remains a song that is upbeat. Meanwhile 'Go Charlie Go' literally sounds like something one of the characters will be running to, undoubtedly making their escape.

The track 'Kaminey' named after the film is a beautiful slow ballad with an electronic undertone that can't be denied. Meanwhile, 'Pehli Baar Mohabbat' is a modern love song with an indie appeal. These two songs are easily the best on the soundtrack.

Raat Ke Dhai Baje' is what you would typically look for in a Bollywood movie. It features a female singer and offers something more customary for an Indian flick. The remix of the song gives a more Bhangra dance appeal to it.

Overall, the soundtrack for 'Kaminey' is going to have something for everyone. It mixes a modern sensibility with lots of custom to create a mix that will go well with the film. For a film that seems to have a contemporary feel to it, the music will undoubtedly strike a good chord thanks to Vishal Bharadwaj.


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