It has been 35 years since R.D. Burman came up with the blockbuster track Mehbooba Mehbooba in Bollywood’s biggest film ever – Sholay. To refresh one’s memory, Himesh brings the same style of composition in Balma. There is similar charisma, charm and liveliness in here as well, hence resulting in recreation of some perfect magic. Result? You hunt for a dance floor.
Himesh’s work has been complimented well by Shreya Ghoshal as her sensual voice infuses an element of life in the track with singer Shriram doing well too. Moreover Sameer’s lyrics are really catchy and will surely get attention of the masses. Truly an atom bomb! The track has a ‘remix version’ which seamlessly adds on beats to head for the party circuits. It further invites you to get you moving.
Khiladi 786 Music Review: Long Drive
Next track Long Drive is quite an interesting piece by Himesh as it starts with a rock theme on a guitar and soon bring on an interesting set of ‘desi’ beats. With Punjabi dynamite Mika Singh joining in soon after, you know the track is headed in the right direction. Long Drive has beautiful arrangements that amalgamate happiness and joy while adding a pinch of Sufi as well that succeeds in bringing on smiles. Lyrics by Sameer are interesting while the ‘Bhangra Mix’ version is all the more entertaining. Expect this one to be a show stopper at marriages, parties and discotheques.
Khiladi 786 Music Review: Saari Saari Raat
With Saari Saari Raat, Himesh holds fort and comes behind the mike to showcase his mettle. A mix of soothing music along with stunning poetic creation from Shabbir Ahmed results in a song that would go down exceedingly well with the love birds. The romantic track which moves at a leisurely pace and has a soothing effect on ears, it is a delight for ear and soul.
Khiladi 786 Music Review: Hookah Bar
The album moves ahead with Hookah Bar which sees Himesh Reshammiya, Vineet Singh and Aman Trikha coming together. The track takes off with 440 Volts of electrifying music that includes appealing and catchy poetic lines written by Himesh himself. The track sets up the mood of celebration and carnival while the ‘remix version’ only aids in ensuring that it enjoys a long run.
Khiladi 786 Music Review: Khiladi Bhaiyya – Title Track