Friday, January 30, 2009

Luck By Chance Review

Overall Rating: 3.56/5

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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer:Taran Adarsh - Site:Bollywoodhungama
On the whole, LUCK BY CHANCE is an outstanding film in all respects. A magnificent outing from the producers of ROCK ON!!, LUCK BY CHANCE is sure to prove an extremely lucky and rewarding experience at the box-office. Strongly recommended!

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Ratings4/5Reviewer:Rajeev Masand Site:IbnLive
A significant debut by director Zoya Akhtar, Luck By Chance is heartwarming and heart-breaking in equal measures; look closely at those layers beneath the laughs. An impressive achievement both in writing and direction, the film is full of witty moments and sharp observations that stay with you, starting with the opening credits sequence which is the best I've in years. it's that rare Hindi film that deserves a repeat viewing just to savour its charm all over again.

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Ratings3.5/5Reviewer:Nikhat kazmi -Site:TimesofIndia
The highpoint of the film are its performances. Both Farhan and Konkona are complete naturals before the camera, just as Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia prove that vintage never does lose its flavour, does it! The jibes are gentle, the tenor is fond, yet firm. But most importantly, the characters are completely real: feisty and flawed, even as the end is exhilarating.

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Ratings4/5Reviewer:Khalid Mohammed Site:HindustanTimes
After Rock On!!, Farhan Akhtar is an actor you look forward to. And he’s unpretentious and a likeable natural once again. Konkona Sen-Sharma is amazingly flawless. She even carries off a last, very long shot – obviously inspired by George Clooney in Michael Clayton – perfectly. For the entire acting crew, the page-turner script and the sparklingly perceptive direction by Zoya Akhtar, here’s your one big lucky ticket. Beg, borrow or steal.

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Ratings3.5/5Reviewer:Sukanya VermaSite:Rediff
Zoya Akhtar's crisply-written and keenly directed debut showcases Bollywood for what it is, with all its manipulations, double-standards, glamour, quirks, cliches, shallowness, superstitions, struggles, clannish mentality and ever-changing priorities acting as way of life.

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Reviewer:Gaurav Malani Site:Indiatimes
Luck, they say, is an important factor in the film industry. But talent is equally important. Thoughtfully, Zoya Akhtar doesn’t rely on plain chance in her directorial debut but exhibits immense aptitude while largely highlighting the significance of fate in films.Luck By Chance highlights how the film industry give regards to everything else but the story when making a movie and ironically weaves a fascinating story using that paradox.

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Ratings4/5Reviewer:Abhishek MundeSite:Buzz18
Quite like Farah (who made Om Shanti Om), Zoya too draws upon her insight into the Hindi film industry and gives us a gem called Luck By Chance.Watch the film for Hrithik's dance, Konkona's performance and all the guest stars. Zoya Akhtar shows just how a film should be made.

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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer:Martin D Souza Site:Glamsham
It's touching at times and at times, a spoof. It drags, as well as amuses.For an audience fed with a daily diet on the working of the film industry through articles and interviews and 'scoops' from 'sources' not only in film glossies but in dailies as well, this is nothing new. Commercially, this film will find it tough to break the box office shackles. If you view it as an Art film, you won't be disappointed.

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Ratings3.5/5Reviewer:Sonia VermaSite:Sify
Luck by Chance (LBC) highlights the many quirks of the Hindi film industry, like film productions run like family enterprises.Debut writer-director Zoya Akhtar revels in telling us almost all, but leaving out several things unsaid. It’s these subtleties and lack of spoon-feeding the audience about how they are supposed to feel about a character, that’s likely to affect the film's longevity and repeat viewings. …but what a film!

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Victory Movie Reviews

Victory ReviewsOverall Rating: 1.78/5

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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer: -Taran Adarsh Site:Bollywoodhungama
LAGAAN and IQBAL are landmark films on cricket.VICTORY traverses a different route altogether.The difference lies in the fact that the sportsmen in the film aren't actors, pretending to be cricketers, but real-life cricketers. And that makes the goings-on identifiable.On the whole, VICTORY is a strictly average fare. Barring a few moments in the second hour, there's not much that you carry home.

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Ratings1/5 Reviewer: -Rajeev Masand Site:IbnLive
It is in the end, an entirely pointless film, an exercise in futility. I'll go with one out of five and a thumbs-down for director Ajitpal Mangat's Victory, a film that reduces real heroes like Harbhajan Singh and Brett Lee to junior artistes in the background. ((pause)) Watch it only if you have a high threshold for pain.

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Ratings3/5 Reviewer: -Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesofIndia
Hurrah! Hurman comes of age! He not only shakes off the Hrithik-lookalike tag, he also manages to grab your attention and ensure that you don't get bored in this three hour mirch-masala fare of cricket, cricket and some more cricketGo for some cricket dhamaka and for Hurman's second coming which seems to make Love Story 2050 seem like a nightmare.

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Ratings2/5 Reviewer: -Khalid Mohammed Site:HindustanTimes
The friendly and inexpert appearances by cricketers don’t redeem this stadium fiesta at all; only Harbhajan Singh utters a forbidden word which is bleeped out. Hurman S Baweja is as earnest as a boy scout. For the rest of the way, here’s Defeat.

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Ratings1/5 Reviewer: -Bikash Mohapatra Site:Rediff
The blame lies mainly with the director. Mangat is neither a raconteur nor a master craftsman. And it is his inexperience, and the subsequent inability to tell a story differently that turned the film to an unintentional comedy. And the gimmick falls flat too.

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Ratings: 1.5/5 Reviewer: -Anand Vaishnav Site:Buzz18
This film looks like an cut-paste of cricket gossip from prime time news bulletins. It seems someone out there wanted to tap into the hype and the sensationalism around the most popular sport in the country. There is little in this film to prove the filmmakers' love for the game. If anything, the filmmakers seem to be awestruck by the stardom, the hysteria and the fanaticism around cricket. And that's all they want to capture.Victory is a sad attempt at making a film on the most popular National pastime. You'd be better off playing book cricket at home instead.

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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer: -Sampurn Media Site:RealBollywood
The film is a complete let down in many departments and instead of wasting time on this film it is a better option to watch a re-run of any Indian cricket team match on TV or best spend your time watching the current India v/s Sri Lanka one day series.

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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Luck By Chance Trailers

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Luck By Chance Theatrical Trailer (2009)
Luck By Chance Trailer 2 (Sapno Se Bhare Naina)


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Victory Theatrical trailer

Victory Trailer 2 (Balla Utha Chhakka Laga)

Victory Trailer 3 (Money Money)

Victory Trailer 4 (Mazaa Aa Gaya)

Friday, January 23, 2009

Raaz 2 Mystery Continues Reviews

Overall Rating: 2.9/5
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Ratings: 3.5/5 Reviewer: Taran Adarsh Site:Indiafm
There's tremendous curiosity to watch Raaz - The Mystery Continues, but does it scare the living daylights out of you? Fortunately, yes!.On the whole, Raaz - The Mystery Continues is rich in the horror quotient and that is one of its major USPs, besides the highly competent performances by its principal cast and a lilting musical score. At the box-office, this one will continue the winning streak of Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt's Vishesh Films. The 4-day weekend [Monday, January 26 in a holiday] will only cement its status further. Go for it!

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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer: Rajeev Masand Site:Ibnlive
Raaz is technically competent -- the special effects are decent, the camera moves smartly, but it loses steam way too early and drags its feet from then on.I'm going with two out of five, just about, for director Mohit Suri's Raaz: The Mystery Continues, the mystery referred to in the film's title is that there isn't any. Watch it if you have time to waste.

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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer: Khalid Mohammed Site:HindustanTimes
To be honest you’re in agony throughout Mohit Suri’s Raaz TMC too.That Hashmi, Ranaut and Suman are humdrum is not likely to remain a Raaz for very long. Director Suri extracts a catchy music score, though, from Raju Singh and Company. The cinematography is pretty fluid till it comes to endless car drives. and ouch even that pesticides company created via cheesy special effects.Do yourself a favour. Spend the ticket cash on something more appetising. Like a raazogolla.

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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer: Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesofIndia
The film however gets wrapped up in a clumsy climax, as most horror films do and does tend to drag in places.Nevertheless, director Mohit Suri does manage to get his groove back a bit, after a series of insignificant films that followed the power-packed Kalyug. Watch it for the chemistry between the Gangster pair and for a couple of goosebumps, here and there.

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Reviewer: Nithya Ramani Site:Rediff

Kangana puts in a great performance, one, I admit, I didn't know she was capable of. Her scenes when she gets possessed, as well as when she walks the ramp, are brilliant.In fact, her performance -- along with Emraan's -- deserves a five star rating. Five stars also to director Mohit Suri for the way he has shot the film. The first part keeps you on the edge of your seat, as the film alternates between horror and suspense. However, the film tends to fall flat in the second half.
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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer: - Site:Indiatimes
Mohit Suri has done a good job as director. Though the film is not quite convincing in parts, the first half is commendable with some edge-of-the-seat sequences, but it's the climax that could've been dealt with in a better manner. Emraan, Kangana do a brilliant job.

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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer: -Anand Vaishnav Site:Buzz18
Raaz-The Mystery Continues is filled with several such spooky moments – some work, some don't. Bhatt camps' sequel to the surprise 2001 hit Raaz has no relation whatsoever to the Bipasha Basu-Dino Morea flick. Except that both films are essentially murder mysteries with some edge-of-the-seat moments. Even if RTMC doesn't scare the daylights of you, it will definitely engross you. Paisa vasool entertainment.

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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer: -- Site:IndiaGlitz
On the whole, 'Raaz – The Mystery Continues' is a superb horror flick with few middling attributes. Although it doesn't happen to be as powerful as '1920', it's worth watching for the enchanting directorial of Mohit Suri.
Verdict: Scary on many parts

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Aasma Reviews

Overall rating:1/5

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Ratings1/5 Reviewer:Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesofIndia
The screening we attended had just four people in the multiplex auditorium. Quite sad, specially since the film did try to say something about so many things...About the joy of theatre, the power of friendship, the will to triumph. At least, we thought it was trying to say all that. Though, frankly speaking, we're not quite sure. What a waste.
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Thursday, January 22, 2009

Slumdog Millionaire / Slumdog Crorepati Reviews

Overall Rating: 3.82/ 5

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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer: Taran Adarsh Site:Indiafm
SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE deserves all the accolades and awards that it has been receiving of late and will continue receiving in the future. Also, in this writer's individualistic opinion, SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE doesn't make a mockery or an attempt to sell the poverty of India to the West.On the whole, SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE is a must-see! One of the finest films of our times, this one should not be missed for any reason.
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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer: Khalid Mohammed Site:Hindustantimes
Hats, caps and wigs off. There’s reason to dance on the streets. Here’s a masterwork of technical bravura, adorned with inspired ensemble performances and directed with astonishing empathy. Above all, it has that emotional wallop to make even the stonyhearted cry and laugh out loud with its little big people.
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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer: Rajeev Masand Site:Ibnlive
Brit director Danny Boyle's uplifting saga about a Mumbai slumkid's rags-to-riches journey reminds us why we go to the movies in the first place – not to find fault, but to be entertained, touched and inspired.I'm going with four out of five and a recommendation not to miss Slumdog Millionaire. This is what it means to lose yourself at the movies.
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Ratings: 4.5/5 Reviewer: Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesOfIndia
Slumdog Millionaire is neither poverty porn nor slum tourism. No, unlike what the desi nationalists' blogosphere claims, it is not a case of the infamous western eye ferreting out oriental squalor and peddling it as the exotic dirt bowl of the east. No, Slumdog Millionaire is just a piece of riveting cinema, meant to be savoured as a Cinderella-like fairy tale, with the edge of a thriller and the vision of an artist.
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Ratings: 5/5 Reviewer: Raja Sen Site:Rediff
You know a director is a true master when he can turn shit into dreams.And if a man can do it twice over, he's a true bloody genius.It is a Dickensian tale set in a merciless, mesmerizing city with no time for minor detailing quibbles, with characters speaking not as they naturally would but as the madcap narrative demands, and reality itself breathlessly bending over backwards to accommodate the frenzied energy of Anthony Dod Mantle's disarmingly honest camera.
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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer: Renuka Vyavahare Site:Indiatimes
Slumdog presents you a simple tale of survival, love and longing set in Aamchi Mumbai. The film romances Mumbai without enhancing its beauty or degrading its character, it makes you love the city, just the way it is.This one is indeed a masterpiece Mr Boyle
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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer: Abhishek Munde Site:Buzz18
Slumdog Millionaire is as Western as it could get in its worldview of India. Whether or not we should hold it against someone for his/her perspective is a question each of us must answer for ourselves.
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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer: Sumit Bhattacharya Site:Rediff
Yes, Slumdog Millionaire is just superficial fluff, mainly because of its gaping plot holes. It should have been much better researched, and they really should have stuck to one language.Maybe the makers -- and half the world, apparently -- believe they have married Bollywood escapism with Western sensibilities, but it is not a match made in cinema heaven. It is more along the lines of 1970s Bollywood tear-jerkers, the kind where the hero transforms from street urchin to gang lord in one running shot and where long-lost brothers are reunited by tattoos.
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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Raaz 2 Mystery Continues All Trailers

Total 6 Trailers:

Raaz 2 - The Mystery Continues Theatrical Trailer

Raaz 2 The Mystery Continues TRAILER 2 SONG (MAAHI VE)
Raaz 2 The Mystery Continues Trailer 3 (Soniyo)
Raaz 2 The Mystery Continues Trailer 4 (Maahi Rock With Me Remix)
Raaz 2 The Mystery Continues Trailer 5 (O Jaana Remix)
Raaz 2 The Mystery Continues Trailer 6 Kaisa Yeh Raaz Hai

Delhi-6 Music Reviews

Overall Rating: 4.5 / 5

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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer: Joginder Tuteja Site: Indiafm

Delhi 6 is near perfect. Period. If one thought that Slumdog Millionaire, Ghajini and Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Naa were superb then just listen to Delhi 6 once. Rahman beats his own score with Delhi 6 which would easily go down as one of his best scores till date.
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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer: Gaurav Malani Site: Indiatimes
With Delhi-6 , Rahman offers a wide array of musical genres in a single album ranging from devotional, Sufi, classical, rock, romance, folk and emerges victorious in all.Song of the album: Masakali , Genda Phool and Delhi-6
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Ratings: 4.5/5 Reviewer: Sukanya Verma Site: Rediff
There's enough inspiration to be found in Delhi's most celebrated pin code. And as he's done for so many other landscapes, localities and lanes in the past, Rahman pays Delhi 6 a whopper ode in this swashbuckler of a soundtrack. The musketeers will be envious.
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Ratings: 4.5/5 Reviewer: - Site: IndiaGlitz
On the whole, A.R. Rahman offers an exquisite platter of tunes to his fans with his music in 'Delhi-6'. Well, assume it to be the maestro's special treat for the 'Golden Globe Achievement'. And again, Rahman starts off 2009 with fascinating musicals and doubtlessly, the songs are sure to be prized as best spells of this year. Best-cherishing tunes ever heard
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Ratings: 9.5/10 Reviewer: Akash Gandhi Site: PlanetBollywood
The aural splendor of DELHI-6’s score is one that escapes superlatives. Rahman’s varied approach and stylized compositions provide rare insight into the deepest corners of musical nirvana. Yet at the same time, they all carry that special Rahmantic touch that cannot be seen, nor heard…it must be felt.
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Dev D Music Reviews

Overall Rating: 3.5 / 5

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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer: Joginder Tuteja Site: Indiafm

These are the kind of songs that should play for bits and piece in the narrative of Dev D and add great value to it. There are some albums that make you say - 'Chuck the very thought around whether this album will do well commercially or not; it is an exemplary piece of work and that's what that matters most'! Well, Dev D is one such album. Just pick this one quickly from the shelves; they don't make such albums in dozens!
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Ratings: 3.5/5 Reviewer: Satyajit Site: Glamsham
DEV D is an album that dares to be experimental to largest possible extreme with mix and match of genres, styles and tastes. It dares to swim against the tide as it delivers out quality musical entertainment in both Indian as well in westernized works. It's too early to predict its commercial fate but surely it will be higher in rating on quality music listeners and critic's choice.
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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer: Sumit Bhattacharya Site: Rediff
Over all, pick up this CD -- which zigzags through genres and boasts of some deliciously cynical lyrics and treatment -- if you're in the mood to experiment. But be warned, there's no saccharine sweetness.
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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer: Chandrima Site: Buzz18
Two years in the making, and with liberal inputs from its maverick director, Dev. D's music is not for you if you like your songs to be peppered with 'Lucky Boys' and 'Desi Girls'. And it is important that this music works. Especially for producers and composers to step out of their comfort zones and try something that challenges our musical palate tolerance.Go buy this CD, support experimental music.
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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer: - Site: HindustanTimes
After the terrific but highly underrated score for Aamir, Amit Trivedi comes up with his second movie score which could just be the most radical mainstream Bollywood album ever.
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Billu Barber Music Reviews

Billu Barber Review

Overall Rating: 2.7 / 5

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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer: Joginder Tuteja Site: Indiafm

Billu Barber has a rocking start to it with songs like 'Marjaani' and 'Love Mera Hit Hit' that are guaranteed chartbusters in the making. Though 'Ae Aa O' is the only number that doesn't quite make a mark, 'Khudaya Khair' brings in a nice feel-good touch to it which keeps the flag high for Billu Barber. On the other hand, 'Jaoon Kahan' and 'Billoo Bhayankar' add on to the situational flavor. While the soundtrack should work well for the film, we are not looking at a Race or a Jannat or a Singh Is Kinng that are being played even till date. Still, from the popularity perspective, Billu Barber should go the Kismat Konnection and Golmaal Returns way by being reasonably successful
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Ratings: 2.5/5 Reviewer: Anand Vaishnav Site: Buzz18
Billu Barber's score will work. But it's not a Race or Jab We Met. Pritam has however given us two genuinely rocking party numbers in Mar Jaani and Love Mera Hit Hit. The other numbers are also good fillers coupled with the half a dozen remixes. But what could have been Shah Rukh Khan's first big soundtrack of 2009, ends up becoming just another Pritam album.
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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer: Gaurav Malani Site: Indiatimes
But like the supplementary special appearances in the film, there are too many complimentary tracks on the album. Out of 15 numbers, merely 6 are original compositions. Billu Barber needed some trimming for reduced repetition.
Song of the album: You Get Me Rockin & Reeling (Remix) and Billoo Bhayankar
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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer: Sukanya Verma Site: Rediff
That's the problem with Billu Barber. It's like a hastily-recycled compilation of Pritam oldies, which is jarringly familiar and mostly uninventive.
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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer: Abid Site: Glamsham
To sum it up, the audio album of BILLU BARBER is like a gift box of assorted chocolates and candies to cater to different tastes, moods and sensibilities. The album has something to appeal to almost every type of listener, be it item numbers, rock compositions, soulful tracks or folk.
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Luck By Chance Music Reviews

Overall Rating: 3.5 / 5

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Reviewer: Joginder Tuteja Site: Indiafm

Luck By Chance brings with it a different flavor of music to it, something which is completely different from some of the biggest hits that 2008 saw. Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy push the envelope, as expected, and dare to do something different in a film which is being pitched in a commercial market. Luck By Chance is one of those albums where one can't expect a single number to make waves but listen to it as an original soundtrack and it certainly turns out to be pretty enjoyable.
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Ratings: 4/5 Reviewer: Chandrima Pal Site: Buzz18
The producers' note says, "Luck By Chance is a contemporary tale set in a world desperate to escape its own reality." The music of Luck by Chance is your ticket to escape-land. Enjoy!
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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer: Gaurav Malani Site: Indiatimes
Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy maintain their track-record of dependable and decent musical compositions with Luck By Chance . They don’t have to rely on luck or chance and deserve every bit of credit for another attractive and appealing album.
Song of the album: Sapno Se Bhare Naina
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Ratings: 3.5/5 Reviewer: Sumit Bhattacharya Site: Rediff
The bottom line is that Luck By Chance's music is aimed at the Dil Chahta Hai generation of Bollywood viewers -- definitely urban. Let's hope the movie matches up.
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Ratings: 3.5/5 Reviewer: Sonia Chopra Site: Sify
This one merges pop and soft rock with Rajasthani folk. The result is an interesting album with some duds, but a couple of truly remarkable songs making up for the ordinary ones.
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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Raaz 2 Mystery Continues Music Review

Overall Rating: 3.12 / 5

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Ratings3/5 Reviewer: Joginder Tuteja Site: Indiafm
a) The music of Raaz - TMC indeed impresses, b) The soundtrack here is yet another good addition to the enviable music catalogue of the Bhatts and c) Emraan would certainly have some more chartbusters to add to his name. As for the last question i.e. whether Raaz - TMC matches up to Nadeem-Shravan's Raaz, then well, In this regard, the music of Raaz - TMC has its own place under the sun and what matters in the end is whether it works for the film or not. Well, the answer for this one is a firm Yes!
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Ratings4/5 Reviewer: Satyajit Site: GlamSham
It works out as multi-colored potpourri of upcoming talents that shows a gamut of emotions as well as excellence in their melodic works. The album will be hitting high on charts with soundtracks like "Maahi Ve", "Soniyo" and "O Jaana" while the remaining two tracks are intelligibly high on contents. RAAZ-THE MYSTERY CONTINUES comes out as album that is likely to stay long on stands and its flourishing numbers will be making loud noises on all promotional circuits. Grab it!
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Ratings3/5 Reviewer: - Site: Indiatimes
Comprising of mainly melodic, slow paced tracks, the frontrunners of this album are two fast numbers. Both 'O Jaana' and 'Soniyo' are the highlights of the pack.
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Ratings2.5/5 Reviewer: Sukanya Verma Site: Rediff
Music has always enjoyed an important place in most Mukesh Bhatt productions, the new Raaz, though not in the league of Gangster , Woh Lamhe or Kalyug, does have its moments.
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