Yash Raj Films. The name itself says so much more than words can express. They’ve given us classics like Dilwale Dhulaniya Le Jayenge and Dil To Pagal Hai, and in recent times they have been home to some of the biggest blockbusters of all time such as the Dhoom series. Moving towards a new age of cinema the ace production house welcomes back director Kabir Khan after the critically acclaimed Kabul Express in his latest offering New York. The film brings together three of the hottest stars of current times, the lady-killer John Abraham, the princess of Bollywood Katrina Kaif and the heartthrob with a heart Neil Nitin Mukesh. Based around the tragic events of 9/11 the film promises to teach lessons of friendship, love and life through the eyes of its three main protagonists. Amongst such an intense storyline musical relief is given by Pritam who’s a common name in everyone’s list of chartbusters. The album is a great mixture of soothing tunes and innovative lyrics which is sure to hit a chord with the audiences.
The album kicks off with Hai Junoon, an uplifting atmosphere created in by none other than K.K whose popularity seems to be forever increasing. Pritam’s composition is foot tapping and you’ll surely be swaying to K.K.’s voice in no time. Sandeep Shrivastav’s lyrics are original and move away from the cliche’s of motivational and uplifting numbers that we are accustomed to. Featuring in the promo already the song is surely to gain popularity by the minute.
For all those who are more into a peppy and upbeat music Julius Packiam’s remix will be your much preferred version of the song. The remix is not only original but doesn’t boast of noisy and unneeded sound effects like the predominant number of remixes that we’re accustomed to.
Next up is Sunidhi’s Mere Sang which boasts of a great rock theme with melodious and soft interludes. Similar to ‘Hai Junoon’ the song is also a motivational number about telling a loved one that simply anything is possible when we are together! Once again Sandeep could have adopted several clich