“Talaash” is a much-awaited film soon to be released on the 30th of November. It has in pivotal roles Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor and Rani Mukerji. The film is being directed by Reema Kagti who made her debut as a director with “Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd.”. This film lies in the genre of suspense thriller, a genre that has become one of the hit formulas after “Kahaani”.
The film was due to release in June this year but got postponed for a few parts of the film had to get reshot. The film’s music has been scored by Ram Sampath who first shot to fame with Aamir Khan’s production film “Delhi Belly”.
His music is soulful when needed and can also be in keeping with today’s times. What can be said about him is that, his music is different from the other talented music directors of the Hindi film industry.
The first song that released was “Muskaanein Jhooti Hai”. It is a jazz number featuring Kareena Kapoor grooving to the song in a bar. The song also features Aamir and Rani. Kareena is the star of this song. She is seen wearing a red gown and looks every bit like a diva. The song has the sombre feel of a jazz number and blends well with the mood and tension of the film and the situation. This song has been sung by Suman Shridhar.
“Jee Le Zara” is the other song that got released. The song has a strong and powerful composition. The tune on the other hand is quite simple that makes the song work even better. The song has been sung by Vishal Dadlani. There is another remix version of this song. It is catchy and provides a different take on the song.
“Jiya Lage Na” has been sung by Ram Sampath’s wife Sona Mohapatra. She has proved her skills in Indian fusion songs. In this song she gets to prove her vocal skills even better. She gets support from Ravindra Upadhyay in this song. The song is a blend of semi-classical tunes with electronic beats.
“Hona Hai Kya” is sung by Ram Sampath himself. The song goes hand in hand with the tempo of the situation. It helps in increasing the sense of suspense in this thriller film. “Lakh Duniya Kahe” is also sung by Sampath himself and has been designed as a desi-rock number.
All the songs of this movie are
progressive and unusual but they grow on the audience and are in sync with the
situations shown in the film.