Raanjhanaa’s music has probably been the most awaited soundtrack of the year, especially after AR Rahman’s disappointing Jab Tak Hai Jaan. AR Rahman’s songs usually need time to grow, there are some songs that I still haven’t warmed up to yet after listening to the soundtrack 4 times. The soundtrack of Raanjhanaa is reminiscent of the 90s, but is also reinvented for this generation with a fresh batch of new singers. It also includes some patron singers who never get to sing anymore such as Sukhwinder Singh and Madhushree. The soundtrack accurately represents the culture of Vanarasi (Benaras or Banaras: yay multiple spellings of words!) with familiar orchestration and arrangements of the different instruments such as the dholak and shenai. However, each album has its duds, and unfortunately, there is one, Tu Mun Shudi (I will go into details under the read more button). Penned by Irshad Kamil, the lyrics fit perfectly with the music, also giving us the sentiments of the film. Overall, this album is a delight after the disastrous Jab Tak Hai Jaan. Might as well be one of the best albums of the year.
notable songs: Raanjhanaa, Banarasiya, Piya Milenge, Aise Na Dekho, Tum Tak
Here you go guys pictures from Amir Khan’s Walima in the UK ,
Editorial from Hello Magazine UK
Faryal looks gorgeous in that dress designed by Tarun Tahiliani , same designer who designed her wedding dress. I’m in love with that dress gosh it’s gorgeous :D she looks amazing
Amir Khan and wife Faryal at their Walima in the UK.
Feature from Hello magazine UK 2013