Gangs of Wasseypur Music Review

After being feted at the Cannes Film Festival, Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs of Wasseypur has certainly caught the eyes of the international media and critics. Releasing the same day as Teri Meri Kahaani, this film looks like it might just steal the limelight away from the romcom. The buzz for the film has been huge, it got a standing ovation in Cannes and will open the London Indian Film Festival. Kashyap has taken a chance on composer Sneha Khanwalkar who was behind the music of Oye Lucky Oye and Love Sex Aur Dhokha. If those interesting soundtracks are anything to go by, then this album is sure to be an inventive and varied bunch of songs! The film will be released in two parts, which may account for only 14 songs this time round of the 25 Kashyap has boasted about! These 14 songs comprise of one the best albums of the year so far,
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Vicky Donor music review - News

Vicky Donor music review - News
Movie Review: 'Vicky Donor'; Music Director: Abhishek-Akshay, Donn-Bann, Rochak Kohli and Ayushmann; Lyricist: Kusum Verma, Vijay Maurya, Ayushmann Khurrana, Juhi Chaturvedi and Swanand Kirkire; Singers: Akshay Verma, Aditi Singh Sharma, Clinton Cerejo, Ayushmann Khurrana, Vishal Dadlani, Sunidhi Chauhan, Bann, Mika Singh and Sukanya Purkayastha; Verdict: Rawness core.

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Vicky Donor Music Review

Touted as Bollywood’s first sperm donation comedy, Vicky Donor is certainly a risky film that could not have been made during previous eras. With the support of producer John Abraham, Vicky Donor made its debut with six other trailers for Housefull 2. Starring VJ Ayushmann Khurrana in the lead role, the film tackles the heavy and important issue of sperm donation with a comic twist. With a comedy film, one expected the music to be a bit of timepass but this album is quite fresh and fun. Akshay and Abhishek are the music directors for the film and they offer up a mixed bag of treats. The crowd pleaser tune ‘Rum Whisky’ is definitely going to have a long life after the film, and the rest of the songs try and equally match up to this gem.

We start with Rokda, which is a great way to begin the
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