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Six Bollywood films that you could only watch for the songs
Released in 2007. This is called the “Comeback film” by Madhuri Dixit, as we saw her as the lead in Bollywood film after six long years. However, the film failed to impress with the storyline and the making and therefore, was not a success in the box office. However, has a beautiful collection of songs composed by Salim-Sulaiman and written by Jaideep Sahani and Piyush Mishra. ‘O re Piya’ Rahat Fateh Ali khan is indescribably beautiful and the entire musical conversion of “Laila Majnu” will take your breathe away.
This Rajshree Ojha film came out in 2010. Too many twists and turns, a confusing storyline and lot of emotional tantrum=Aisha. But we like Amit Trivedi’s music and the lyrics written by Javed Akhtar. Especially “Shaam” sung by Trivedi himself, will steal your heart. “Gal mitthi mitthi” By Tochi Raina with a pure Punjabi flavour was a super hit number from this film as well.
‘Crook’ was released in 2010. With a complicated storyline and weak making, it failed to drag much viewers. But among the songs composed by Pirtam and babe Maan, “Mere bina main” by Nikhil D’Souza and the same by KK were pretty popular
Gori tere pyaar mein
This 2013 film directed by Punit Malhotra promises you a tightly made love story but messes up at the end. The sole treat this film can give you is the album. From a peppy party number to a soulful romantic track, music director Vishal-Sekhar duo craft a diverse mood through melody and rhythm.
I hate luv storys
A Punit Malhotra film again. Released in 2010, this is nothing more than a cliche love story which is predictable to death. However, Vishal-Sekhar have done a decent job in the music part. “Bahara reprise version” by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and “Sadka kiya” by Suraj Jagan and Mahalakshmi Iyer deserve a special mention.
This Divya Khosla film released in 2014 was an absolute failure in the box office; it primarily targeted at the youth but even then it didn’t hit the nail. However, Mithun’s music composition was quite appreciated, especially for “Baarish” and “Kabhi jo badal barse”.
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