The movie PM Narendra Modi is about for launch this Friday and the soundtrack has been unveiled too. Given the truth that the movie is a biopic, one expects patriotic flavour on this music of PM Narendra Modi which has a number of composers and lyricists collaborating to carry collectively half a dozen songs.
Prasoon Joshi is the lyricist of the opening quantity ‘Saugandh Mujhe Iss Mitti Ki’ that’s composed by Shashi – Khushi and has Shashi Suman singing in a way that’s paying homage to Sonu Nigam. He’s joined by Sukhwinder Singh behind the mike and collectively they really give you an honest outing that reminds one of many type of music that A.R. Rahman’s Lagaan carried.
‘Namo Namo’ has been a outstanding slogan for final half a decade and that seems to be the hook-line of the track. A rap quantity that’s written and rendered by Parry G, this Hitesh Modak composed observe is excessive on depth and goals at being an influence packed outing. Producer Sandip Ssingh too debuts as a singer with this theme track that has Lavaraj because the lyricist as effectively.
Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and Sameer’s ‘Hindustani’ was an enormous hit when launched again in time for Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt’s unreleased Dus. The track is offered in a brand new avtar with Parry G’s rap kick-starting the proceedings and Sardaana writing added lyrics. This time round it’s Shankar Mahadevan’s son Siddharth Mahadevan who takes over the mantle and is joined by Shashi Suman because the singer. The general impression is lacklustre although, as is the case with a lot of the recreations which can be heard first.
Shashi-Khushi and Sadaraa come collectively for ‘Fakeera’ which seems to be a reasonably boring outing. Very quaint and simply not the type of quantity that may be anticipated to make an impression amongst at the moment’s audiences, this Raja Hasan and Shashi Suman rendered observe belongs to the quick-skip selection.
The track which follows subsequent seems to be even duller, what with composer Hitesh Modak and lyricist Lavraj not likely managing to entice any patriotic reactions. Based mostly on Indian classical music, ‘Junoon’ is sung by Javed Ali and although the singer does strive, the odd tune and the preparations that accompany it do not actually assist the trigger.
The soundtrack concludes with Suvarna Tiwari rendering ‘Ishwar Allah’ which had featured in A.R. Rahman and Javed Akhtar’s 1947 Earth. Hitesh Modak recreates the track together with lyricist Lavraj and although the ‘sur’ is in synch with the temper of remainder of the album, it would not fairly entice you a lot to go for a repeat listening to.
Core situational and thematic.
‘Saugandh Mujhe Iss Mitti Ki’, ‘Namo Namo’