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Old 02-29-2012, 11:23 PM   #151
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Speaking of ARR, this song from Delhi-6 is amazing. I generally like it if they managed to combine rustic vocals with western beats and in this particular song Rekha Bharadwaj's voice is just too good.

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Old 02-29-2012, 11:27 PM   #152
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More 90's Rahman. The flute portion in the middle is great.
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Old 03-01-2012, 12:37 AM   #154
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Speaking of ARR, this song from Delhi-6 is amazing. I generally like it if they managed to combine rustic vocals with western beats and in this particular song Rekha Bharadwaj's voice is just too good.

Pretty amazing how much variety AR Rahman has..

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Liked this, but couldn't take it seriously with that word they kept repeating. Kept giggling.

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More 90's Rahman. The flute portion in the middle is great.
I remember this, another masterpiece. The female version was even better if I remember correctly. The actual movie was pretty effed up though, to put it lightly.
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^ Sam's last vid reminded me of another of the bearded one-

Best love duet and choreography I've seen. Would help if you could understand what they're on about, but Kajol is someone most here can relate to, albeit a younger version.
Looks like you are a big Prabhudeva fan Nice song, but I always watch his songs for the break-dance !

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Speaking of ARR, this song from Delhi-6 is amazing. I generally like it if they managed to combine rustic vocals with western beats and in this particular song Rekha Bharadwaj's voice is just too good.
Really like Delhi 6 songs too. But never understood the hype about Dev D. Did not finish watching the movie, somehow could not relate to the characters at all !


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Thanks.

One more released this year.

Really liked this song !
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Old 03-01-2012, 12:58 AM   #156
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Time for a party song Really liked how all the "stars" came together for this song (not a big fan of SRK though)

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peak rehman of the 90s is right up there with anyone in the history of film background score.....he started declining around 2004, 2005 and since then rarely a good album from him.....all his real magic was established in the 90s.....
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Speaking of Rahman, I like this number of his a lot.

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One more golden oldie.




Movie: Dharam Karam (1975)
Singer: Chorus, Mukesh
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Actors/Actresses: Premnath, Raj Kapoor, Randhir Kapoor, Rekha, Dara Singh
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an all time classic - zeenat aman in this song
lol@ the expressions on the guy's face !



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One of my Fav songs


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Poor Koena Mitra, she looked real Hawt. Ruined her face with the nose job.
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Liked this, but couldn't take it seriously with that word they kept repeating. Kept giggling.
Don't think it was meant to be taken seriously.

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I remember this, another masterpiece. The female version was even better if I remember correctly. The actual movie was pretty effed up though, to put it lightly.
I didn't watch the movie. Need to listen to the female version-it's been a while.

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Really like Delhi 6 songs too. But never understood the hype about Dev D. Did not finish watching the movie, somehow could not relate to the characters at all !
I think he was able to modernize the original Devdas plot which has been beaten to death by the Bollywood crew. I thought the first half was pretty decent but that director tends towards self-indulgence a lot and the whole descent of that guy was dragged on and on. Anyway, I loved most songs in the movie though.

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Some Vishal Bharadwaj songs





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