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Lamhaa: The Untold Story of Kashmir - Sanjay Datt

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Genre: Bollywood / Artist: Sanjay Datt, Mithoon / Audio CD

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      14.08.2010 15:34
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      Probably the best soundtrack of the year!

      Mithoon weaved magic with the soundtrack of Anwar and it is an album that is even listened to now. Can he come up with something similar quality wise? Read on!

      'Madno' featuring Mithoon's favorite Kshitji and Chinmayee is easily one of the finest tracks of the year! The composition is nothing short of brilliant and the ambience/lyrics are equally soul stirring. The perfect start!

      'salaam zindagi' starts with kids talking in the kashmiri local language and you know you are in for an innocent journey. Both arun daga and mohammad irfan pair up for another fantastic track. The song has a lot of soul and appeals to the audience at a different level. 2 out of 2!

      Mithoon comes behind the mike and forms another formidable mohammad irfan for 'Rehmat Zara' which is a haunting track. The lyrics of the album has been constantly original and impressive. Rehmat zara crosses different genres and is a different experience.

      Once you see Mika's name in the singing credits, you expect a fast paced song. You'll be pleasantly surprised when Mika starts singing 'Saajnaa' in the softest of voices. The composition is same as Madno but the lyrics are a tad simpler. You realise that the composition is a real masterpiece, since the same composition appeals to you in two different versions.

      Dr. Palash Sen's Main Kaun Hoon is a male solo which switches between softness and hard hitting portions. Another quality song, Palash's voice suits the song perfectly.

      Kshitji Tarey sings 'zameen-o-asmaan', the last song of the album with a lot of devotion. The lyrics are sensitive and is a plead to the Almighty, and Mithoon's comppsition does complete justice!

      You will hardly come across a better soundtrack filled with such soulful songs. Straight 5 out of 5!

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