Pritam pitching high notes

Jun 14, 2006 Swati R. Chaudhary


Riding high after the success of "Gangster - A Love Story", music director Pritam is not resting on his laurels. He has plenty of films in the pipeline, including "Pyaar Ke Side Effects".


"The songs are very fast and peppy, though there are one or two slow songs also. There's one qawwali along with two love songs in the film, actually it's more like qawwali in a dance format.


"The songs are very clubby and racy. My favourite is 'Jaane kya chahe mann' sung by Zubeen," Pritam said.


The cult song 'Dhoom machale' from "Dhoom" worked wonders for his career and Pritam shot to instant fame. He is also composing music for "Dhoom 2", a sequel to "Dhoom", reports Bollywood Trade.


"I am happy that the song did so well, but very honestly I am extremely worried and apprehensive about 'Dhoom 2'. The expectation levels rise high and tend to double when the former becomes a hit. I hope I can meet and live up to the expectations of people."


He also has "Apna Sapna Money Money", "Naksha", and "Pirate" in his kitty.



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