Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Golden Star's Bombaat


Producer : Rockline Venkatesh
Director : D Rajendrababu
Music : Mano Murthy

The much hyped audio of Bombaat - Idu Ganeshana Aata was released on Golden Star's birthday today (2nd July 2008). Here Golden Star teams up with Ramya with for the first time.

The combination of Mano Murthy -Jayant Kaikini - Sonu Nigam once again is interesting here.

The album kicks off with the solo "Maatinalli Helalaarenu" sung by Sonu Nigam with lyrics by Jayant Kaikini. The song is a slow melodious number praising the beauty of an unknown girl/lover. Sonu delivers the song well. The lyrics are innovative and interesting.

"Strawberry Kenne" sung by Rajesh Krishnan and Supriya Ramakrishnaiah and lyrics by Kaviraj is a melodious and cute duet with simple lyrics. Rendered very well by Rajesh and Supriya. Rajesh's voice shows lots of variations in this song through which he proves he is no less than other "imported" singers.

"I Am So Bombaat" sung by Gurukiran(???) and lyrics by Kaviraj. Sounds like intro song of the hero. Not much content in lyrics and also Gurukiran's singing.

"Maatinalli Helaballenu" sung by the enchanting Shreya Ghoshal is the female version of "Maatinalli Helalaarenu" is a superb extension with good lyrics and soothing music. As usual, Shreya steals the show with her singing.

"Chinna Hele Hegiruve" is a duet sung by Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal with lyrics by Jayant Kaikini. Kaikini's words bring some freshness to the duet and are aptly rendered.

The music though not that great is pleasant to hear. Worth listening. Music will pick up slowly for sure!!!


Gururaja said...

Songs are just passable on first listening. May be it will grow after repeated listening.. good review chetan.. keep it up.. Now expecting review for Taj Mahal..

pavan said...

Yeah. the songs dont seem be good at first......... but excellent composition and excellent singing as usual by sonu and shreya makes the songs the most favourite......