The trailer of Vikram Bhatt’s upcoming movie ‘Love Games‘ was released a few weeks ago. We saw it, and to be Honest, we did not like it. And we expected the music of the movie to be similar. The album is composed by the duo Siddharth and Sangeet Haldipur. Did the team behind the music manage to change our opinion? Read the complete Love Games Music Review right here.
The first track from the movie touches upon the trademark sad-romantic track style of the T-Series movies. However, the song is awesome in every aspect and the credit is deserved by Sangeet and Siddharth Haldipur. The former of the two even lending his voice to the song along with Rasika Shekar. The lyrics by Kausar Munir are decent and have been explored multiple times. There are other wonders of lyrics in this album. Speaking of this track. A decent track. Can be kept in the playlist.
2. Love Games
The loop that plays in this song is quite catchy. The beats won’t leave your ears after you listen to it. The music is quite impressive when in general flow, but looks mis-held when the nuances play between the loops, we are talking about the stuff like “Darling, Darling, Lets Play”. Lyrics by Kausar Munir are the kind that you won’t get to listen elsewhere. Aanchal Shrivastav does a decent job. However, the star of the song is the music duo of Sangeet-Siddharth Haldipur. We sense that this track won’t get much popular with the listeners but we do like it.
Close the doors of your room. Dim the light. Take your cell phone out. Attach earphones. And listen to this track while swiping through her/his photos on your phone. A perfect track for the purpose. There is something special about that Waltz beat that makes the song special.Having been said that we cannot take the credits away from the team, Kausar Munir(lyricist), Sangeet Haldipur’s voice and the brilliant music by Sangeet and Siddharth Haldipur. A track to keep in your playlist. Not for the EDM lovers, though.
A powerful song in slow tempo. This song written by Kausar Munir takes a peek into the darker side of the music of this movie. Brilliantly sung by Mohan Kannan (Agnee), this song is once again a product of the musical duo Sangeet and Siddharth Haldipur. We admit it, we are becoming their fans now. We expect this song to be of huge impact in the movie.
5. Aye Dil
Enters Sunidhi Chouhan, with her ever powerful and intriguing voice. This song takes a look at the helplessness of the characters against their own desires. The pacy beats help the song to be raunchy enough. We would want to make it clear, we haven’t seen the video of this song yet. But the song is enough to take you into that trance. Would love to hear this track in the cinema hall. Haldipur brothers rock the music yet again. The lyrics here are for the most part of the song, overshadowed by the music and the vocals, But once the beats slow down, the lyrics leave their impact. Here is an example
Ashq hai ya, Ishq hai Mera,
Kyun Aankh se Tapak Raha hai Dil…
6. Lock Him Up
A song suitable only for the movie. While the Rock n Roll and Jazz lovers will like this pumpy track. Not all might feel the song. And that is the only reason why this song might not fare well outside the theatres. Powerful vocals by Sonia Saigal and Sitar by Pt. Ravindra Chary make the music by Haldipur Brothers a perfect track for a chase scene. The lyrics by Vikram Bhatt are quite decent and you might not notice them in the first few listens.
Another track for the movie only. A heavy rock song, which could have become a metal song if a little more power inserted. Vocals are intense by Shon Pinto and the lyrics by Vikram Bhatt are overpowered by the music once again. Not a personal favorite, but a decent track.
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While we are strong on our opinion about the trailer of the movie, that the acting in it seems overacting at multiple points, the music of the movie, however, seems to make up for that trailer. Sangeet and Siddharth Haldipur win the hearts with the soulful, powerful and impactful music. Many songs can be kept in your playlist.
Our Favorites: Mohabbat, Aye Dil, Nirvana and Awargi.
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