Star rating: 1/5 star (One star)
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
It will be an understatement to say that I merely disliked the music of Krrish 3. It isn’t detestable or outrageous, but simply so outdated and misplaced, that you wouldn’t believe this will the music of a superhero flick. Krrish being a Bollywood superhero has been given the grace of dancing and romancing, so most tracks are designed keeping in mind Hrithik Roshan marvel at smooth dancing. The music is antiquated and quite evidently comes from a man who is in the later side of his 50s. There are a bunch of repetitive tunes that have been used in both Koi Mil Gaya and Krrish. If you’ve heard those albums, there is no new reason for you to indulge in this one!
Krrish Krrish Title – Krrish 3 Music Review
The album begins with the title song of Krrish sung by Mamta Sharma mainly and the song is a plain dud. There is no attention incurring melody in this and the lyricist Sameer Anjaan does a poor job on this song and most of the songs for that matter! The song is a sad mishmash of desperate attempt to sound brooding, however it results in sounding comically spoof-like.
Raghupati Raghav – Krrish 3 Music Review
When the song first released, I was appalled by the audacious use of Raghupati Raghav in a disco number. However, now that I have heard the whole album, that song sounds one of the most spirited attempts compared to the rest. Monali Thakur and Neeraj Sreedhar are both energetic, it is the blandness of its words which is unbearable. With unimpressive lyrics, one would still find this number irresistible simply because of Hrithik’s magical dance moves!
Dil Tu Hi Bataa – Krrish 3 Music Review
Dil Tu Hi Bataa is a reasonably vibrant number. Zubeen Garg is fascinating however Alisha Chinai can still do a better job. Tinges of Arabic music helps in concreting the ambiance of the song and the upbeat electro beats doesn’t quite make a puddle. It isn’t a genius but perhaps the only hearable track from the album. It is the feel of folk based Rai music that shows a little originality in the song however, Roshan doesn’t develop it quite well to bloom adequately.
You Are My Love – Krrish 3 Music Review
It is such a shame that singers like Mohit Chauhan and Alisha Chinai have been wasted in ‘You are my Love‘. A dull version of the popular song ‘Hello Hunnybunny’, there is oodles of creepy, cheesy love talk in the song! Sound wise the song is a disaster and has almost nothing in it for me to recommend it to you. Want to hear a cheesy cute number, go hear out Idea’s popular composition ‘You are my pumpkin pumpkin, Hello Hunnybunny’. A much better hear any day.
God Allah Aur Bhagwan – Krrish 3 Music Review
God, Allah Aur Bhagwan is a well intentioned song which repeats many tunes from Krrish. The lyrics are again deftly amateurish. A song like this is an absolute washout infront of most contemporary music albums which dish out enthralling energy and smooth guile. Shreya Ghosal and Sonu Nigam are both fabulous singers who are thoroughly dissipated in this track.
Remix Raghupati Raghav & Remix Dil Tu Hi Bataa – Krrish 3 Music Review
DJ Shiva has tried to improvise on both Raghupati Raghav and Dil Tu Hi Bataa and refurbished versions are quite better but since the original tracks were so uninspired, it is vain excavating marvel from the rehashed variety of the same.
The Last Word – Krrish 3 Music Review
Not meant offensively since Rajesh Roshan is a veteran whom younger directors can’t quite match up to because his experience in music is a gem. Still, the term retirement has massive implications and for a reason too!
Rajesh Roshan isn’t quite well versed with the music of this generation. His tunes reek of ordinariness. The music arrangement is not exceptional and mostly the lyrics waste the mellifluous singers used here. I wish I had any tender words at all for this mediocre and below average album. I am going with 1/5 for Krrish 3‘s music – it’s funny when it isn’t supposed to be, it’s yawnsomely boring and mostly the dialectics of music has changed and today’s generation won’t receive 70s’ style of music very kindly.
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