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Review:1920 London’s music is engaging


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After being stuck in the containers for a very long time, 1920 London awaits launch.

Directed by Tinu Suresh Desai, the horror film is written by Vikram Bhatt and stars Sharman Joshi and Meera Chopra.

The opening track Aaj Ro Len De is put together by Sharib Sabri. Playing the triple duty of an author, lyricist (along with Toshi Sabri and Kalim Shaik) and singer, Sharib doesn’t plan to break any kind of premises. Rather, he adheres to a layout for this sad-happy song.

Sharib Sabri makes his visibility really felt again in Azeem Shirazi-written Rootha Kyun, sung fairly well by Mohit Chauhan and newcomer Payal Dev. The girl has actually been heard prior to in movies as differed as the Grand Masti title tune and Bajirao Mastani (Ab Tohe Jane Na Doongi). She does well once more right here, and gets the enchanting quotient right.

It has actually been a while given that one heard a chartbuster from Shaan and if Sharib’s structure and Azeem’s lyrics in Tujhko Mein are any indicators, he will certainly need to wait for a while. Though this one is a safe love song, the vintage aspect doesn’t enable it to cover much distance.

Kaushik and Akash from J.A.M. deliver Aafreen with Prashant Ingole that ends up being the very best track of the cd. With a snappy hook to it, this maintains reverberating in one’s mind, politeness KK’s effective and remarkable voice. It excels in seeing Antara Mitra coming on board too and with each other they deliver a possible favorite.

The songs of 1920 London maintains you engaged for many components and assures to gel well with the movie’s narrative.

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