Passion defines Satyagraha music

6 years ago

Mumbai: The music album of director Prakash Jha’s Satyagraha boasts of seven tracks, including a remix and a house mix version of a track. Composer duo Salim-Sulaiman Merchant has kept the essence of the political thriller through a mixed bag of romantic and patriotic songs.


The title track Satyagraha leads the album with its high-on-energy music. Singers Rajiv Sundaresan, Shivam Pathak and Shweta Pandit’s powerful rendition can give listeners goosebumps.


Aiyo ji


The remix of the number is a typical DJ version with more beats and fewer words. DJ Shiva does not bring anything new with the remix.


Next on the list is Raske bhare tore naina. Sung by Shafqat Amanat Ali and Arpita Chakraborty, it is a perfect blend of Indian classical music with everything Bollywood.


The house mix version of Raske bhare tore naina gives the original track a twist.


Energy and passion reach their peak with Indian Ocean members jamming in the song Hum bhole the.


Janta rocks


Overall, the music of Satyagraha might not have a long shelf life. IANS

is a good track; its peppy start can be misleading.
comes second in line. With the melodious Salim Merchant and Shraddha Pandit behind the mike, this one is an interesting contemporary track. It could have been a boring number, but its background beats save it.

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