Taazgi Ka Dhamaka

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Without music, my world would be silent and dreary. Music enfolds me in a blanket of comfort, giving me inspiration in moments of loneliness and sorrow. It is the harmonious articulation of my thoughts and passions utilized as a meaningful and complex expression of universal communication. My love for music has grown immensely throughout the past few years and continues to grow without bounds. Music has not only developed my knowledge and creativity, but has empowered my values of determination, perseverance and understanding. I know that these valuable lessons will enhance my daily achievements as a person. When I’m tired about over working and feel stress, I always listen to music for a change. Because I like music, and listening it is comfortable and relaxing. I choose music depending on my situation. When I want to escape from difficult things, I listen to Classic music. The sound of piano and melody relax my mind. When I want to cheer me up, I listen to R&B. It has strong messages like encouraging me to overcome difficulties. If the mind and body feel relaxed and refleshed, I feel inclined to do something. I am closely related to music and cannot separate from our lives. So I belive that listening to music is easy way to reducing stress, and we can listen to it at any time.

‘Dance Basanti’ is very different from regular item songs that we are subjected to with each film. The song, which does not boast of too many dance moves is catchy and has an incredible spunk which catches everyone’s attention! A groovy number, ‘Dance Basanti’ makes you move to it more more than just dance around. And that’s what sets it apart from other dance numbers. Vishal’s voice takes the energy level up while Anushka balances it with her husky, edgy rendition. Anushka’s infectious voice coupled with Vishal’s trademark genius makes ‘Dance Basanti’ the hot favourite of the season.

A folksy Rajasthani number is a pleasant hear. The music is desi yet very upbeat and lyrics by Swanand Kirkire are quite interesting. But what makes Tharki Chokro worth hearing is Swaroop’s dumdaar voice. The talented singer has nailed this track too perfection. Overall, this is a fun song with catchy music and lyrics. Nothing too serious or soul-stirring sorts of track. Just hear the song, enjoy and groove along with your friends. Also, the video is equally entertaining especially its a delight to watch Sanjay Dutt shake a leg.

‘Main Superman, Salman da fan…’ Arjun’s got the attitude in this song where he’s also looking extremely masculine. Shot against the backdrop of the Taj Mahal, Arjun’s expressions and dance steps are energetic and makes us to dance along.

Dressed in a flashy jacket and shades, Govinda shows off his moves in the peppy party number. Saif Ali Khan and Ileana D’Cruz join him on the dance floor. However, it is the actor’s signature dance moves that steal the show. With ‘G phaad ke’ Govinda is back in his element.

This upbeat dance number has been sung by Vishal Dadlani and we must admit the talented singer has indeed done a fine job. Usually, we hear this composer-singer crooning songs which are high pitched but this one is a bit different. It’s high on energy, peppy and does have a rock feel to it thanks to the usage of bass. Also, I liked the way tempo of the song kept changing. Guess that made Tu Meri more edgier.

The title track of Dil Dhadakne Do is a completely peppy and upbeat number. It has a typical Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy’s composition feel to it. Sung by actors Priyanka Chopra and Farhan Akhtar, the song does not have a single dull moment and is like an energy blast. You will be forced to tap your feet to this song and in my understanding this could be one of your picks for the morning work out sessions.

Shanivaar raati is a perfect Govinda style party track. If you have been a fan of Govinda then every move by Varun will remind you of the dancing king. This Punjabi track is loaded with thumkedaar dhol beats. When you are listening to this track all you want to do is lift up your hands and dance to the bhangra.

The iconic flute tune from Jackie Shroff’s ‘Hero’ has been modified contemporarily in the song and with stupendous choreography roasted with suave Tiger Shroff’s charm, the song has forcefully hit with its energy. ‘Paas me aa, zara honth mila, mere naal tu whistle baja’, as lively as the lyrics are, you will definitely be blown away by the enchanted music and then the ultimate Tiger Shroff’s on screen persona! ‘whistle baja’ is the perfect choice when you are craving to hear something capable of making you forget those hidden tensions and mind juggling.

Jadoo ki Jhappi is a hip shaking number. What makes this song a little extra spicy and special, is that Prabhudeva himself makes an appearance in it. The song has the look and feel of a complete Bollywood masalas item song with crude expressions. The white clothes backup dancers set off Jacqueline beautifully.

But still if you are looking for a dose of freshness in your life, get your dancing shoes on with this video and match your steps with Arjun along with the magical voice of Anushka.


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