Monday, March 16, 2009

Tere Bina (Kal Kissne Dekha)

Finally, there is one more composer announcing his arrival in the field of singing. Though Wajid has given his voice for almost ten songs by now, with Tere Bina he gets into the full fledged singing mode just like he did while singing Bang Bang in Hello. This is the second time I loved his singing. And the first time when I did not need to see the credits to find who is behind the microphone.

When Wajid starts singing Tere Bina, it feels quite like a Himesh Reshammiya song, but the absence of nasal effect tells one that it's not Himesh. The song is a romantic number that has a sad touch to it. The song has a lot of surround sound effect and quite a number of instruments in background. Also, the voice is processed, but the result is fine.

Music of the song is undoubtedly good and a bit on the catchy side. Lyrics of Sameer are normal and there is not a lot to watch for in lyrics, especially in a time when Javed Akhtar is writing Sapnon se Bhare Naina and Piyush Mishra is disturbing people with his Gulaal.

Still, overall the song seems pretty good, mainly on account of its music. Not a classy song, but one may like it well enough to have some good time.

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