Nishabd-Music Review

0214nishabd.jpg Ram Gopal Verma, the self proclaimed king of inspirational lifts, makes one of the boldest attempt of his career by venturing into the old man-young girl love story in ‘Nishabd‘. Big B adds one more dimension to his stardom by playing obsessed old man opposite teenager Jiah Khan. The film is expected to be based on the literary work of Russian novelist Vladmir Nabokov’s “Lolita”. ‘Nishabd’ meaning “speechless” or “wordless” has been shot in record time with supporting star cast of Revathy, Shradha and Aftab Shivdasani. RGV’s films were better known for its daunting background score with exceptions of musicals like ‘Rangeela’, ‘Daud’ and ‘Mast’. ‘Nishabd’ comes out as surprise package from him as actors sing their emotions impressively with melodious beats and music. The album is one of the shortest possible musical presentations in Bollywood with just two original soundtracks. RGV along with leading Bollywood music company T-Series accommodates with ten bonus soundtracks from Big B’s recent movies. The bonus tracks includes the deleted song (in the CD) “Kehta Hai Babul” (‘Babul’) and his other spicy entertaining numbers like “Chali Chali”, “Main Yahan Tu Wahan”, “Meri Makhna Meri Sohniya” (‘Baghban’), “Come on” (‘Babul’), “Yeh Kya Ho Raha Ha” (‘Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin’), “Kabhi Nae” (pop album “Tera Chehra”), “Chhod Na Re” (‘Kaante’) and “Miraksam” (‘Waqt-the race against time’). The musical package of Amitabh Bachchan’s recently sung along with the original soundtracks of ‘Nishabd’ can be heard on T-Series cassettes and CD’s.

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