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Talaash Music Review

Talaash Songs Rating: 3.25/5

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Talaash Music Review

Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:Sukanya Verma Site:Rediff

now its eclectic soundtrack, helmed by AK’s current favourite Ram Sampath (Delhi Belly, Satyamev Jayate) against Javed Akhtar’s penmanship, has only added fueled our interest about one of 2012’s most-awaited films. Suman Shridhar gets all slinky and sly to elevate the impact of Sampath’s sensual jazz ditty Muskaanein Jhootein from silky to s**y with a delivery that is as, if not more, delicious as Kareena Kapoor’s plum-lip seduction on screen .Except a steady undercurrent of anxiety, the soundtrack of Talaash doesn’t have a fixed theme or ambiance. Every song belongs to a unique genre and fosters the enigma of Kagti’s suspense drama. And that’s what makes Sampath’s efforts truly appreciable.

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Ratings:4/5 Reviewer:Satyajit Site:Glamsham

TALAASH is a richly nurtured album that brings varied shades of genres and expressions with great results. After the super-success of DELHI BELLY, Ram Sampath excels again and proves his mettle again as a resounding upcoming composer. Do expect soundtracks like ‘Muskaanein Jhoothi Hain’, ‘Jee Lee Zaara’ and ‘Hona Hai Kya’ to be catching fast among masses while ‘Jiya Laage Na’ and ‘Lakh Duniya Kahe’ has a strong classy appeal. To be precise, its one of those 100% entertaining album that lives up to the expectations and adds to the show, overall a great listening experience.

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Ratings:—- Reviewer:Hindustan Times Site:Hindustan Times

Last seen performing live on Aamir Khan’s television show, Satyamev Jayate, music composer Ram Sampath is back with the actor’s co-production, Talaash, which also happens to be his first music outing in Bollywood this year. Sampath’s Bollywood projects may be few and far between, but the Delhi Belly (2011) composer’s strength — his versatility — shines through most of his work. Talaash could have been packaged better — there’s too much electronica in it — but it’s worth a listen. What we like: Sampath’s versatility. What we don’t like: The EDM tracks

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Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:IANS Site:CNN IBN

Ram Sampath, who entertained music lovers with the quirky and peppy numbers in ‘Delhi Belly’, has composed for ‘Talaash’ five original tracks and one remix, with the lyrics being penned by Javed Akhtar. Overall, the soundtrack is not out-of-the-box, but the overdose of electronic music doesn’t bother either. Thus, it’s an album which may not top the charts, but some songs could definitely make their way into many people’s personal playlists.

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Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:Bodrul Chadhury Site:BollySpice

In conclusion, although there is nothing phenomenal about the soundtrack to Talaash, it does still deliver as promised. It can be said with confidence that public expectations have been greater for the film itself rather than its soundtrack. However, the soundtrack does provide us with some catchy tunes that you may find appealing to listen to. The best tracks in this album are ‘Muskaanein Jhooti Hai,’ ‘Jee Le Zaara’ and ‘Laakh Duniya Kahe’ and I think these ones in particular will gain the approval of Bollywood music lovers. Talaash is not Javed Akhtar’s best work as a lyricist, he has still provided us with some authentic lyrics that are worth hearing. Overall though, the soundtrack to Talaash is like a box of chocolates: it contains a little ‘good’ and a little ‘not so good’ in it. Yet it is still an album that is worth listening!

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