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I Hate Luv Storys - Vishal & Shekhar

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Genre: Bollywood / Artist: Vishal & Shekhar, Imran Khan, Sonam Kapoor / Audio CD

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      04.10.2010 13:54
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      Works well for the young listeners!

      The album starts with an all female track by Shreya Ghoshal and Richa.The song relies heavily on melody and can sound pleasant for most part. It does tend to get slightly repetitive.
      The title track by vishal himself is an instant chartbuster. Featuring extremely catchy lyrics and funky beats, this song will connect with the youth in a big way! Superhit.

      The album takes a more mature turn with 'Sadka Hua'. Sung by suraj jagran and mahalaxmi iyer, this one shpould play at an important situation in the film. The lyrics carry subtle sad overtones and the composition is nicely balanced.

      Rahat fateh ali khan gets to sing the male version of Bahara. the song isn't bad at all but somehow never appeals to me after a certain degree.

      My most favorite track of the album has to be 'Bin Tere' which is brilliantly sung by pakistani singer Shafqat amanat ali khan. The lyrics are sad and depicts the situation of the guy missing the girl, but the setting of the song is rather hopeful which adds a refreshing value to the song. And Shafqat is mighty impressive!

      Vishal brings himself on again for 'Jab Mila Tu' which sounds familiar to a few songs of the recent past. Probably the weakest of the lot.

      vishal shekhar's soundtrack has enough merits to make it a worthy album. The soundtrack will definitely find its targeted audience.

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