This is an odd pairing, between R. Madhavan and Bipasha Basu. However, that pairing is half exactly why many people are interested in Ashwini Chaudhary's Jodi Breakers. Using the romantic comedy looking for a late Feb release, the movie's soundtrack, composed by Salim-Suleiman, with lyrics by Irshad Kamil, is starting to collect some fair buzz of their own now and warrants a consider.
There is something irresistible concerning the wedding shehnai-like hook right at the outset of kunwara, which reels you in instantly. Though the hook is really being performed on the melodica, the contrast from the classical seem interspersing a normally completely electronic arrangement, produced by Karsh Kale, makes this track fantastically appealing. Salim Merchant is within his element on vocals here, and recreates the miracle he done ainvayi ainvayi, within the Band Baaja Baarat OST. The core tune from the track bears a faint resemblance towards the hit number as well, but that may be taken because the essential Salim-Suleiman touches. At the top of energy and recall, 'kunwara' has got the potential in becoming among the large hits of the season.
Following the a lot of kunwara, the 2nd entry around the soundtrack, Bipasha works out to become something of the downer. Though it's possible to presume that Bipasha Basu is going to be seen scorching the screen about this number, the track itself appears to lack that particular style, that verve that each effective item number needs. Shradha Pandit does fairly well on vocals here, supported by Shadab Faridi, however the track's Middle Eastern-sounding tune offers nothing truly memorable. Rather, producers Abhijit Vaghani and Tanuj Tiku deserve praise for his or her later remix from the track, which really handles to usher in a reasonable couple of electronic hooks to create the track dance-floor worthy.
Shafqat Amanat Ali and Clinton Cerejo partner on vocals on darmiyaan, using the former using the slow, silvery number. Arranged around some light stringwork and gentle percussion, the track got its time for you to unfold, but stays with one once it will. Irshad Kamil's lyrics deserve attention here, and also the pacing from the track enables that. The development of the harmonium within the final third from the track is like adding an elegance just right the amount and warrants a listen. The track is reprised inside a much reduced and beautiful version later lower the playlist by Shreya Ghoshal.
Salim Merchant has returned on vocals on mujhko teri zaroorat hai, supported by Shadab Faridi and Shradha Pandit. The track, having a prominent electrical guitar and drum section, includes an obvious soft rock influence. Built around an attractive tune, the romantic number works out to become quite charming, but Jatin Sharma handles to show the track on its mind in the featured remix later lower. While retaining your guitar, he turns it into an out and out club number with the help of an entire load of electronic sounds, while changing Salim on leads with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. Between your two versions, though, possibly the initial version will discover more takers.
The ultimate track around the album, jab primary tumhare saath hun, brings Benny Dayal and Shilpa Rao on vocals, together with Salim. Although it begins off slow, with Shilpa on vocals, the track accumulates in Benny's refrains. The track is arranged almost entirely around synthesised sounds, and handles to create a mark using its tune, creating a great closer for that album.
Though you will find just a few tracks here which are truly outstanding, Salim-Suleiman's focus on the Jodi Breakers soundtrack may be worth a listen. Kunwara and darmiyaan would be the definite picks from the album; however the relaxation from the stuff here is not bad either. Though Jodi Breakers is not their finest work undoubtedly, Salim-Suleiman has always handled to provide if this involves romantic comedies similar to this, which soundtrack is simply another illustration of that.