Raman Raghav 2.0 Music review

You can listen to my review here This review appeared first here The unbridled chaos of a crime thriller and the twisted beauty of gore are captured perfectly in the album’s first song, Qatl-e-aam. Although I still cannot figure out why the voice of Sona needed processing, the overall vibe of the song is deliberately sinister, and those menacing … Continue reading Raman Raghav 2.0 Music review

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Gangs of Wasseypur 2 – Music review

1. Chicha ledar - The song starts with that familiar sound that all the people who lived near a cotton extracting/beating shop would easily identify. (Those huge sitar-like eqipuments) and then with appropriate ‘building up’ the song launches into a constant beat arrangement and in comes Durga!. Backed by extremely good lyrics the song grabs … Continue reading Gangs of Wasseypur 2 – Music review

Bhoos ke dher mein – Lyrics and meaning – #GangsOfWasseypur

Right! Time for the another song lyrics and and it's meaning from the album Gangs of Wasseypur...This one, as a little birdie tells me, is a personal favorite of the pen magician (Varun Grover) who has to be credited for the song and for all the posts in this blog on Gangs of Wasseypur The … Continue reading Bhoos ke dher mein – Lyrics and meaning – #GangsOfWasseypur

Gangs of Wasseypur – Humnee ke chhori ke – lyrics & meaning

Like with the previous lyrics post, the credit of this post belongs only to  Varun Grover. Arguably the only song this year that touches the soul. A folk bhojpuri song that is sung by Deepak (a 14 year old boy) from Muzaffapur. The song features in Gangs Of Wasseypur. Read on...(English translation - in italics) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- … Continue reading Gangs of Wasseypur – Humnee ke chhori ke – lyrics & meaning