Movie Album: Rush

 Director: Shamin Desai And Priyanka Desai

 Music Director: Pritam

 Lyricist: Sayeed Qudari, Kumaar, Hard Kaur And Ashish Pandit

 Singers: Shaan, Rizwan-Muazzam, Jazzy B, Hard Kaur, Anupam Amod, Tulsi Kumar, Javed Bashir, Adnan Sami, Inderpreet Singh And Ash King

 Another thriller movie which will be hitting the screens soon is Rush, starring Emraan Hasmi, the stunning Neha Dhupia who is seen in a new avtaar and the gorgeous Sagarika Ghatge. Releasing on 24th October, the movie revolves around media, politics and and romance. The movie is directed by the late Shamin Desai and after his death his wife Priyanka Desai completed the movie. Originally titled as ‘Play’ but after filming several scenes, the movie was renamed to ‘Rush’.

The theme and the plot surely seem interesting and audience do have a lot of expectations from this movie, hopefully it turns out to be a good one.

The film has six songs, lets have a look whether the music album turns out to be impressive or not.

Song name Singer Rating
Chup Chup Ke Shaan and Rizwan – Muazzam ★★★½☆
Fukraa Jazzy B and Hard Kaur ★★☆☆☆
Mumkin Nahi Anupam Amod and Tulsi Kumar ★★★☆☆
O Re Khuda Javed Bashir and Adnan Sami ★★★☆☆
Rab Ka Junoon Inderpreet Singh ★★☆☆☆
Hote Hote Hard Kaur and Ash King ★★½☆☆

 1.       Chup Chup Ke

 This one is a typical Bollywood romantic song. Wordings appealing to the heart accompanied by soft soothing music and Shaan’s vocals which dominates the song is like icing on the cake. The cinematography is also brilliant, very colorful and manages to creates an atmosphere which you wouldn’t want to come out of. However, if you are bored of these stereotypical love songs you might probably not like it.

 2.       Fukraa

 The track has a very Punjabi feel to it, because the entire song is sung in a very Punjabi tone and accent. The music catches your attention but gets very annoying to listen to and added to this the lyrics don’t make any sense either. This one is passable.

 3.       Mumkin Nahi

 Another romantic song in the movie but this is not unexpected because being an Emraan Hashmi movie there has to be a love track. Surprisingly enough till date majority of the love songs in his movie have been a huge hit. This track is on the other hand is morbid, but what stands out in is the female vocals, it’s absolutely melodious and pleasing to listen to.

Listen to this one for the vocals.

 4.       O Re Khuda

 If you are in a really chirpy and gay mood do not listen to this song as it will spoil your mood making you feel low. The lyrics and music are responsible for this as the wordings are heart wrenching and the tune just adds on to the mellowness.

In all, the song isn’t a bad one, it’s just a mood spoiler.

 5.       Rab Ka Junoon

 When this song begins, you are sure to check twice whether you are playing the right song or not. The track makes absolutely no sense. Heavy metal like music which makes it sound like your sound system isn’t working properly and you can make out the lyrics only if you closely listen to the track. If there’s one word to describe this track it is ‘noisy’.

This one is an unsuccessful attempt at composing a metal song with the wordings being rapped here and there.

 6.       Hote Hote

 Hard Kaur’s rapping begins this track which doesn’t seem to interest one at all, but once the actual song starts off it doesn’t sound that bad after all. The tune sounds very familiar for some reason to one of Pritam’s previous composition. The song is quite boring and monotonous, chorus being the only aspect which one might like.

 Verdict:

There are no tracks in this album which will be a raving hit among the audience, however Chup chup ke might do fairly well compared to the others. The lyrics are alright and make no sense in some of the songs where as in the romantic ones the wordings are one of the best thing about it. Vocals of Shaan and Tulsi Kumar is something you would thoroughly enjoy listening to and might be the only reason why one should listen to this album.

 Overall ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆