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Salman Khan’s much anticipated film ‘Tubelight‘ is releasing on 23rd June. One of the biggest films of 2017, the buzz, excitement and interest level to watch the film is sky high. Directed by Kabir Khan, Tubelight also stars Sohail Khan, Chinese actress Zhu Zhu and Matin Rey Tangu.
Here’s our Music Review of Tubelight:
Music Director: Pritam
Lyricists: Amitabh Bhattacharya, Kausar Munir
Radio is a fine song whose tune will grow on you gradually. The music by Pritam is simple and that’s why it connects with you. Radio is graciously sung by Kamaal Khan and Amit Mishra. The background music and singing is perfectly synchronized to make a fun and memorable track in the album. The pace of the song is exact; not too fast, not too slow. There is not a single dull moment in the track, it keeps you hooked with its ‘Sajan Radio’ chanting. Play it on loop.
Naach Meri Jaan
Naach Meri Jaan is a celebration song. Pritam has cleverly used four different singers to add a sense of unity of crowd in the song. The singing by Kamaal Khan, Nakash Aziz, Dev Negi and Tushar Joshi gives a joyous feel. However, the tempo of the song should have been changed in the mid-way to make it effective. Amitabh Bhattacharya’s lyrics are thoughtful, especially the ‘kintu parantu’ wordings. Naach Meri Jaan is overall a good song but it won’t have much longevity.
Tinka Tinka Dil Mera
Pritam should have made Tinka Tinka Dil Mera more powerful. Although Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s crooning is top notch, it’s the music that remains average. The beats and composing are low in energy and don’t give justice to Rahat’s genius and passionate voice. Unlike most of Rahat’s songs, this one doesn’t reach greater heights.
Main Agar is a beautiful song and Atif Aslam has woven it powerfully with his singing. His signature high pitched crooning uplifts the track to a great level. Pritam raises the music and beats gradually to a magical high. Main Agar achieves what ‘Naach Meri Jaan’ and ‘Tinka Tinka Dil Mera’ should have achieved, an absolute musical satisfaction. After Radio, this is the highlight track of the album.
Tubelight’s music album is good but not good enough to hail it high. Considering the emotional theme of the film, the songs are not exactly powerful. ‘Radio’ and ‘Main Agar’ are absolute delight but rest of the two songs don’t boast off the strength as Salman Khan’s films’ songs normally do. Pritam has composed better songs than these. In a nutshell, the album is decent but not entirely impressive.