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3G Complete Music Review


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Movie Name :  
3G
   
Movie Cast :  
Neil Nitin Mukesh, Sonal Chauhan, Mrinalini Sharma
   
Movie Director :  
Sheershak Anand, Shantanu Ray Chhibber
Music Director :  
Mithoon
   
Rating :  
4 / 5
   

3G music review

3rd generation marks the return of reticent composer Mithoon following a brief hiatus. Directed beginning with timers, Shantanu & Sheershak, 3rd generation stars Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan and it is being marketed like a mental thriller which involves a haunted mobile phone. Lyrics with this film happen to be composed by Mithoon them self together with Shellee and Sonu Kakkar. Mithoon has always been built with a status of quality over quantity and therefore the expectation is the fact that he'll not let his audience lower even this time around.

The album opens using the melodious Kaise Bataaoon that has already began rising within the recognition charts. Once more the ever reliable KK doesn't Dissatisfy the listener and the intense singing brings about the passionate romance that's natural within the lyrics composed by Mithoon themself. The surprise however may be the female lead, Sonal Chauhan who joins KK to lend the feminine vocals with this track. For any first timer, Sonal sounds remarkably proficient and good and it has had the opportunity to lend solid support towards the seasoned KK. Together, they've created an attractive romantic tune the kind the listener needs from Mithoon. The Cantabile form of this song continues to be sang by Abhishek Nailwal. You might believe that KK sets such high standards together with his vocals that it may be rarely matched up through the current crop of performers. Abhishek sure is definitely an exception for this rule. His performance is on componen with KK and with no instrumentation accompaniment while his superior voice quality is very apparent. Actually, after hearing his rendition, the main one thought which strikes the listener is why talents for example Abhishek are now being so underutilized in the market. Overall, a great begin to the album.

Khalbali may be the next song from the album and contains Shilpa Rao, Arijit Singh and Tochi Raina behind the mike this time around around. This Shelley written number conveys the exhilarated mood from the lead pair who is within the cycle of the budding romance. Shilpa Rao returns following the energetic Ishq Shava from Jab Tak Hai Jaan and complements Arijit Singh’s vocals very well to provide an adult vocal performance within this number. Tochi Raina adds the needed Punjabi tadka to round off an excellent team effort. Actually, there's a complete on Punjabi form of this track, once more made by Tochi Raina. Sonu Kakkar’s lyrics convey a feeling of sadness and Tochi Raina does full justice to his solo performance within the rendition of the version. Regardless of the various genres, this track is actually a good follow-up to Kaise Bataaoon.

Bulbulliya sees Adnan Sami taking center-stage and it truly is a goody to listen to him singing each time. Mithoon’s lyrics on soul searching appear to be really situation specific and Adnan’s voice conveys the confused frame of mind from the lead star within the film. This haunting composition includes a distinct Punjabi flavor and it is quite likeable.

The ultimate track within this album may be the 3rd generation Theme that has been composed by guest composer Amar Mohile. It begins served by the seem of the mobile phone ringing and progressively progresses to some more frightening music that handles to share the atmosphere and character of the film.

Overall, 3rd generation comes with an excellent soundtrack with the standard of the majority of the tunes varying between best to excellent which, by itself, is really a complement towards the brilliance from the music composer. But, if a person would choose a favorite, it would need to be Kaise Bataaoon carefully then Bulbulliya. Repeatedly, Mithoon has demonstrated them through the standard of his work that he's first rate and also the soundtrack of 3rd generation stands proof of that.

 
 
 
 
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