Dhoom 3 Music Review
Dhoom 3 music is better than Dhoom 2 but can’t keep up with Dhoom. It is however better than biggy Krrish 3‘s music.
Dhoom 3 music album appears average. Maybe either its my disconnection with what Dhoom 3 served in its half an hour soundtrack or simply it did not went well with the expectations.
I mean considering the reclusive marketing techniques used to abstains fans from songs by releasing song teasers, it was not justified why our anticipations were built if we were to be served an average album.
Lets walk through the Dhoom 3 Music album track wise.
Track Wise Detail
- Malang begins on a arabic classic musical background and well supported by suitable lyrics, but it somehow does not fill your ears with magic. The music is good. The lyrics are good. But together it spills out an average song. Shilpa Rao‘s substantial singing makes Siddharth Mahadevan appear weak.
- The second song in the series is Kamli. Sunidhi Chauhan is always a pleasure to hear and the first notes of the song makes the same impression. Kamli is a regular Bollywood song that is released few years late in time. It appears outdated, but is still good to hear.
I am now wondering why Krrish 3 or Dhoom 3 are tasting 2004 than 2014 ?
- We are served by Tu Hi Junoon as the third track. Tu Hi Junoon appears disconnected from the music. The lyrics are not peppy and Mohit Chauhan‘s tried to makes it fun for the music, but it just brings out yet another averaged song for us. Same thing what happened with Malang, the lyrics, music and singing is individually good. but as a package they fall apart.
- Dhoom Machale Dhoom comes at a point when I have lost all my hopes from the album. The song is good at least and does justice to lyrics and brings out the best what can be done in 2013. A classic Dhoom Machale Dhoom’s revamped treatment is a delight considering other tracks.
- Bande Hain Hum Uske sung by Shivam Mahadevan & Anish Sharma is a well drafted song. With perfect score music for a optimism prayer song, Bande hain hum Uske is a not the type of song you will hear every day but will definitely go thru this when you seek motivation.
A nice take back from the album.
- Dhoom Tap is all feet talking instrumental song well-arranged and nicely supported by background Dhoom title music blends in between.
- Dhoom 3 Overture is an instrumental version of bande hain hum uske and is really nice, if you listen to instrumentals. The music starts with slow ascends but brings out a nice musical accordion after it picks up. The shifts and patterns are very well-arranged. Must listen from the album.
- Dhoom Machale Dhoom Arabic Version. Neither am I fan of arabic music nor does it makes sense to my Indian ears. The album could have done without this as far as musical soundtrack is the conversation.
Summary : Dhoom 3 Music Review
So, I got a lot of things as averaged from the Dhoom 3 Soundtrack. The Dhoom 3 music review does not yields anything exceptionally great but yes ‘Bande hain hum uske’ and ‘Dhoom Machale Dhoom’ are worth listening if you buy this.
For instrumental fans in india, we have Dhoom 3 Overture, which makes me miss Evanescence and Bond. It’s good we are progressing on such types of instrumental as well.
SoundTrack Details : Dhoom 3
For Soundtrack Details : Read Dhoom 3 soundtrack Details Article.(will be published soon)
Verdict : Dhoom 3 Music Review
Overall, Dhoom 3 does disappoint but not that bad as there are no below average tracks. You can’t point a finger at Pritam for Music or any of Singers for bad singing or even lyrics, but still it does not clicks somehow.
Blog to Bollywood would give 3 out of 5 stars to the movie.
Dhoom 3 gives me 2 takeaways and a lots of averaged music.
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