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Karam Music Review


Bawejas are on the roll. After the success of ' Qayamat ', they are ready with the release of ' Main Aisa Hi Hoon ' while their next venture ' Karam ' is building up the heat. After these two releases, Harry Baweja would be getting on with the launch movie of his son Harman Baweja. This should ensure 2005 and 2006 to be exciting years for the Bawejas. Presented by Harry Baweja and produced by Pammi Baweja, ' Karam ' is also special as it marks the debut of Sanjay F. Gupta, an accomplished cinematographer ( Qayamat, Plan, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi ) and the man behind the video of ' Kambakth Ishq' ( Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya ). Starring John Abraham , Priyanka Chopra and Bharat Dhabolkar, ' Karam ' is an intense crime drama with music by Vishal-Shekhar, who have had twin successes in ' Musafir ' and ' Shabd '.

" Tinka Tinka Zara Zara - Hai Roshni Se Jaise Bhara
Har Dil Mein Armaan Hote To Hai - Bas Koyi Samjhe Zara

An excellent choice of words and poetry (by Vishal and Irshad Kamil) to begin with, ' Tinka Tinka ' opens the album in the erotic vocals of Alisha Chenoy that fully complements Priyanka Chopra's stage number, this time sans gyrations, but with focus on expressions and still-on performance with a mike. One cannot help but sway head in motion while the number is in progress for the sheer admiration of poetry, rendition and soft music. Due to the nature of the number it is just befitting to have the ' Instrumental ' as well and same is the case too.

Well, ' Ishq ' has to play a role in ' Karam ' as well and this time it is the dance of love as ' Ishq Nachaya Kare '. Reminding of ' Ishq Khudai ' from ' Rudraksh ', this number too is choreographed in a night club with pacy music, dark sets, loud makeup, intense expressions, heavy beats and husky vocals by Sunidhi Chauhan. Written by Vishal, the track is a complete opposite of ' Tinka Tinka ' in its mood and theme and settles down as an average addition to the list of dance numbers. And yes, the 'Instrumental ' appears for ' Ishq Nachaya Kare ' track as well.

 Vishal written ' Le Jaa ' is a 'disturbing' number due to it's theme that hints on the value of life and advent of death, haunting tune that meanders into darkness and singing by Harshdeep and Vishal that makes you listen - and listen carefully!! Probably that's the reason why the number is repeated! Overall a philosophical number that would primarily be understood amongst the class audience!

With inputs from Amit Mishra, Pankaj Awasthi writes, sings and composes ' Tera Hi Karam ' (that gets repeated too!). Seemingly a background piece, the song is about one's ' Karam ' and how it walks and stands with an individual. At places, the singing and music aren't synchronous that further brings the interest level down in the song that is anyways handicapped by limited appeal due to it's 'different' nature. Overall a kind of song that may just be liked by a very few select audience, but that's all!

Soft music makes a comeback after quite a while with ' Koi Aisa Aalam ' that is written by Dev Kohli and sung by Sonu Nigam and Mahalaxmi. A nice love song, it is good but the trouble is that it comes at a time when one has more or less lost interest in the proceedings. With due credit to the track, it does impress but the music company's tradition of placing various versions/instrumentals dilutes the overall impact of the album due to which only ' Tinka Tinka ' and ' Koi Aisa Alam ' stand out of the in-total 9 tracks.

' Karam ' starts off well but then becomes too theme/talk heavy in the middle. No harm with this as ' Karam ' has an honest intent behind it's compositions.




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