Monday May 7, 2012
Rowdy Rathore (Music review), Hindi – Sajid-Wajid
Chinta ta ta shamelessly – and without any credit – rips off MM Kreem’s Telugu original from the film’s original, Vikramarkudu. If it sounds catchy, don’t credit Sajid Wajid for it. Dhadhang dhang and Chammak challo bring back the pointless 90s masala music we had gladly gotten over, while Aa re mauls the catchy cue it picks from Vidyasagar’s Tamil original. Tera ishq is the only song that has an innate charm, with foot-tapping rhythms to match. Chandaniya is sleep-inducing, as it should be, while Rowdy Mix makes a silly mish-mash of Salman-style dialogs. Rowdy, criminal (plagiarism) and meddlesome music.
Keywords: Sajid-Wajid, MM Keeravani, MM Kreem, Maragadhamani, Rowdy Rathore, Vikramarkudu