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Ghajini Music Review
Vidya Anand, Aug 24
Wed, 24 Aug 2005
Producer: Salem Chandrashekar
Cast: Surya, Asin, Nayantara, Prathap Singh Ravath
Music: Harris Jayaraj
Following "Anniyan","Ullam Ketkumae", "Thotti Jaya", Harris Jayaraj is back with five foot-tapping numbers for "Ghajini". The movie is a blend of rock and soft songs. The album is more of racy numbers and has not much of soft numbers.
This is the first number of the album and is a typical western one. It starts on a slow note and later picks the momentum. The song has catchy beats apt to catch the listener's attraction.
The song is a fusion with a Latin American flavor. It has a racy rhythm with effective percussion. It is unique and unlikely of Harris' style.
It is a Bharathiar number; however it is different from that of A R Rehman's in "Kandukondein". It is a classical and western fusion. However, Bombay Jayashree's voice lacks her usual energy.
Another racy number and is surely to top the charts. It has a youthful chorus to accompany, which adds sheen to the song.
This is a fast paced earthy number and resembles to Harris's "Randaka Randaka" in "Anniyan".
Overall, "Ghajini" is an honest effort.
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