English Vinglish : Music Review

Shilpa Rao and Amit Trivedi's combination hits the perfect chords in Badla Nazara (English Vinglish) instantly. Thankfully, the angrezi lyrics don't annoy here, it rather makes it a superb listen. 'Aflatoon, hai junoon' part is killer. The track repeats as AT as sole singer, works fine as always.  Penned by Swanand Kirkire, Dhak Dhuk has wonderful lyrics which are brilliantly put into the tune by Amit, with Garba beats and flute - this one lingers in your mind for long. Manhattan - is clearly a situational one, yet works with the fast beats and the vocals of Clinton + Bianca Gomes. While Gustakh Dil is a standard, predictable 'pathos by AT' template, sung by Shilpa Rao. Lastly, taking cue from Marathi folk, Navrai Majhi - is a cheerful, foot tapping mix of sounds. Sung by Swanand, his mother Neelambari Kirkire and Sunidhi Chauhan - the track is addictive.

A perfect - verfect soundtrack for the movie. Amit Trivedi continues spreading brilliance with his own - tried tested sounds.

My Picks : Dhak Dhuk, Badla Nazara

Tags : English vinglish songs, movie review, sridevi, amitabh bachchan, cameo, r balki, amit trivedi, swanand kirkire, shridevi comeback, manhattan, navrai majhi meaning, aadmi topi dhoop ki chhap


  1. I definitely think English Vinglish is Amit's best album this year. Each song holds you and compels you to fall in love with it. And what funky lyrics by Kirkire!!! Title track is already becoming sort of an anthem for 2012. Have seen some four reviews already and each one giving it a rocking hat's off.

  2. Hi darshu....mujhse dosti karogey?


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