Why there isn't a genre called 'Bhatts', for soundtracks ? One can easily identify if the song that is being played is from Bhatt camp's movie. Blood Money is one such album. [and, no, not a complaint there, complement - yes].
Chaahat by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has that old world charm and Sayeed Qadri's mushy words makes it instantly likable. Similarly Gunaah & Jo Tere Sang by Mustafa Zahid makes a perfect mark from first listen itself. Teri Yaadon se 's rock sounds are tried and tested, sounds bland. Arzoo, a 'hindi' track by Clinton Cerejo, sounds totally out of the league, has traces of songs of movie Jashnn. Last one, Gunaah-Unplugged version by Rana Mazumdar, is a smooth, soft variation of the faster former version. Nice.
Overall, an 'all male' OST again, a Bhat affair of course.
My Picks : Jo Tere Sang & Chaahat
Oh, and I just came to know that all three songs I liked [Jo tere sang, chaahat and Gunaah], are actually from Jeet's past works in Bengali. Thanks to Milliblog.
Tags : Blood Money movie, music review, Kunal Khemu, Vishal Mahadkar, Amrita Puri, Jeet Ganguly, SIdhharth and Sangeet Haldipur, Roxen,