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Murder 3 Complete Music Review


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Movie Name :  
Murder 3
   
Movie Cast :  
Randeep Hooda, Aditi Rao Hydari, Mona Laizza
   
Movie Director :  
Vishesh Bhatt
Music Director :  
Pritam Chakraborty
   
Rating :  
4.5 / 5
   

Murder 3 music review

Murder 3 is an additional romantic thriller that's area of the Murder franchise in the Bhatt stable. Directed beginning with timer Vishesh Bhatt, this movie stars Randeep Hooda, Aditi Rao Hydari and Sara Loren. The background music continues to be composed by Pritam with guest composition by Roxen Band as the lyrics happen to be supplied by Sayeed Quadri who's another Bhatt regular with lots of of the recent movies getting his lyrical stamp in it. Music has always performed an important part in Bhatt movies, much more within the Murder franchise. But recently, it will appear that the standard has ended up in the high standards we have arrived at connect with Vishesh movies.

The hallmark of the Murder movies happens to be their romantic tunes and Murder 3 isn't any different. You will find a few humanly tunes but they're this is not on component with tunes like Bheege Honth Tere in the original Murder. Actually, the tunes have a lot of Pritam trademark compared to Bhatt touch (that is slightly disappointing).

Returning to the album, the very first track may be the melodious Teri Jhuki Nazar. The song sounds very regular when heard the very first time but develops around the listener on repeated proceedings. Shafqat Amanat Aliís voice superbly captures the thrill from the budding romance between Randeep Hooda and Sara Loren. An excellent begins to the album without a doubt but surely not cutting edge by standards. There's another movie form of this song within the album which sounds slightly much better than the prior version and it has a calming effect. Overall, an excellent begins by Pritam.

This song Mat Aazma Re sung by the versatile KK. This track on love and repentance sounds that just about a usual KK variety and is also just above average. The sounds aren't doubt foot scraping, but there are a lot of tracks on creases from Pritam which they don't actually sign up following a point. KK appears to be getting stuck in tracks of a single particular genre and also this is surely something which is a reason for concern as his voice quality is really which he is able to do a lot more; sample tracks like Pal as well as O Humdum from Saathiya and also the simple truth is much more evident that he's being under used from the Hindi music industry.

Next in words are Jaata Hai Tujh Tak by Nikhil DíSouza. A hummable song with a few English lines in the chorus is the high light in this number and could pass off like a reasonably great one. Nikhil DíSouza beats quite excited in the solo performance and also the words by Sayeed Quadri seem to convey the exhilarated mood with the protagonist. There's also an additional club mix version of this track that enhances Nikhilís voice much better than another version. The last song in the album is Hum Jee Lenge that was guest composed by the Pakistani band, Roxen who've previously composed for Vishesh Movies Awarapan. The lead artist of Roxen, Mustafa Zahid has lent his lyrics with this song on love & heartbreak. Similar to most the tracks in this album, this one too have both an unplugged and a rock version. Though Mustafa Zahidís voice sounds a lot greater at promoting the pathos in the unplugged version, the Rock version is definitely the better pick.

All rounds, Murder 3 have some pretty decent tunes like Teri Jhuki Nazar, that is certainly the pick from the album then Hum Jee Lenge that is a distant second. The main complaint you can have with this particular album in general is the fact that, though no tunes could be considered dull or boring, there's not new or creative here. Pritam has attempted to remain safe with ordinary tunes that might seem good throughout the promotions from the movie as well as turn to be chartbusters. However they'll be forgotten the moment the movie exits the cinemas. This isn't something you realized from the banner for example Vishesh movies that will always be noted for quality music within their movies. Let's hope things change for that better a minimum of within their future productions.

 
 
 
 
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