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And this is Rahman’s finest turn since Rockstar, seeing the maestro enter exciting new musical territories.
The soundtrack peaked at number one in the “Top Albums” category after a week of its release on iTunes India. The film brings out a fascination for Benaras through the music.
Views Read Edit View history. Rahman Jai Ho Concert: Retrieved 27 June Archived from the original on 29 September Retrieved 22 September Raanjhanaa is the soundtrack album, composed by A.
Rahman on the music of Raanjhanaa. The songs may just take time to grow on the listener, but that’s the joy in it, to savour all of the arrangements and voices that add up to a terrific and rustic album for the ages.
Raanjhanaa (soundtrack) – Wikipedia
Calling it very experimental, he said, “Be it the innovative vocal shehnai of ‘Ay Sakhi’ or Rabbi’s attitude laden ‘Tu Mun Shudi’, the entire album presents immense freshness. Raanjhana’s music is rustic and urbane. Sukhwinder SinghK.
He agreed to compose after the script was re-written entirely in English by the director and the former kept the script personally.
The soundtrack album features nine original tracks.
The track “Tum Tak” was released as a promotional single on 6 May Rahman, Irshad Kamil and their singers coming together well to meet the shared vision that was spearheaded by the makers. The song “Unnaal Unnaal” was released as a promotional single, aired on Radio Mirchi.
Shreya Ghoshal for the song “Banarasiya”. Retrieved 11 November Shiraz UppalJaswinder Singh.
Bombay Dreams Lord of the Rings Rahman was signed on to compose songs and the background sonh. Bryan Durham of The Times of India gave the album 4 out of 5 and summarized, “In totality, it also needs to be said that if Rahman’s music is the language of this film, it would be quite short on a vocabulary without Irshad Kamil’s beautiful lyrics.
Rahman and Rabbi Shergill was released on 30 May SuperHeavy ” Jai Ho! Rahman, who proves his detractors wrong with an album that captures the energy of its city and its lovestruck Raanjhana.
The song “Tum Tak” was called a blend of romantic and spiritual elements.