Krishna Aur Kans, an animated feature movie in three dimensional, is dependant on the timeless and enjoyable tale of the almighty Krishna Body of India's legendary Hindu mythological figures. Shantanu Moitra composes music while Swanand Kirkire creates. Not surprisingly from the kids' movie, you will find tunes which are mainly situational and really takes the narrative forward, courtesy significant lyrics.
Album starts with Hey Krishna that is sang by Sonu Nigam. Start of the song is definitely appealing but nonetheless, despite Sonu Nigam along with a enjoyable story of Krishna that is told, the composer does not really have it bang on. A listener could be left wanting for additional because the song needed more punch. Enchanting Flute an instrumental, that takes the album forward. The soft and slow music that certain listen to is extremely soothing to ears. Carried out by Rakesh Chaurasia, the track does well in hooking up using the audience. Album progress having a Shloka by Ravisankar, Mike P Keerthan, Varaprasad J V and Anand Aravindakshan. It is a devotional track that is situation based and does express the right feelings. However, even that one does not really hold a listener's attention for lengthy.
Shantanu has utilized the voice of Shravan Suresh (that has earlier been heard in exchange of Hanuman and Bhootnath) for Nukkad Wale. This is actually the the one that Krishna sings together with his buddies in the beginning of his existence. Shravan's voice is superbly used as the type of youthfulness and naughtiness which results in rather very easily. Lyrics are easy and simple to understand, hence transporting good potential to become a favourite using the kids.
Natkhat Natkhat is really a sweet rendition, again by Shravan Suresh with Swanand Kirkire supporting him. The song describes Krishna's character quite clearly and just hence controlling to pass through around the fun towards the listener.
You're reminded of Brij Holi within the next track that is sang by Amitabh Bhattacharya, Abhijeet Ghosal and Hansika Iyer. Entitled Holi Hai, it is a very real and authentic depiction from the festival, with ched-chad and hansi-mazaak being taken within the essence from the song. Lyrics are accurate and get you to the 'Krishna Bhoomi'.
Next phase from the Krishna's existence is taken with the song Roon Ghoona Re. Radha Krishna raas-leela is portrayed within this track that is sang by Babul Supriyo and Shreya Ghoshal. A sluggish paced tune filled outing, it might certainly grow around the audience.
Shreya Ghosal and Pranab Kumar Biswas get together for Suno Suno Sawaren Ki. It is a song having a classical base into it and handles to the touch listener's heart. Actually Pranab's voice takes the song to some greater level.
Shravan Suresh re-makes its way into the scene with Gokul Ki Galiyon Mein. It is a song which, because the title indicates, describes exactly what Krishna does in Brij. If picturised well, it ought to have the ability to capture the imagination of it's little audience because of funny and naughty actions using screen.
Shantanu Moitra returns the parable of Putana having a Sunidhi Chauhan number where also, he joins in together with Tanishtha. Another side of Sunidhi arrives within this track and she or he does complete justice in really frightening away youngsters with her voice.
Sonu Nigam, Hansika Iyer, Amitabha Bhattachrya and Swanand Kirkire get together for Ayega Koi Ayega. Although the song includes a pool of gifted performers, still it fails to create a formidable impression around the listener's mind. Lyrics elucidate the problem perfectly but they are neither impressionable nor memorable. Composition is average too and doesn't leave any lasting impression.
For any kids' movie, Krishna Aur Kans' has a lot of tunes of that a couple of, if picturised well, could ring a bell using the audience. Shantanu Moitra's arrangements are fine but as this are essentially an animation movie; odds are bleak that they're going to find good recognition coming their way.