Policegiri

Policegiri

Cast: Sanjay Dutt, Prachi Desai, Prakash Raj and Om Puri.

Music: Anjjan Meet Bros & Himesh Reshammiya

Label: T-Series

Story: Hari

Editing: Samjith MHD

Cinematography: N. K. Ekambaram

Screenplay: K. S. Ravikumar

Direction: K. S. Ravikumar

Policegiri is the remake of 2003 south Indian blockbuster film ‘Saamy’ directed by Hari. K.S.Ravikumar who has reputation of making action film in most stylish and commercial manner has entered Bollywood with this film. With most of his crew members being south Indian technicians, he has roped in commercially successful actor Sanjay Dutt, Prakash Raj and Himesh Reshammiya on Music. Out of 5 songs Himesh Reshammiya has scored for 4 and Anjjan – Meet Bros has done the title song. The songs which were massive hit in South, can it repeat its mark again in Bollywood?

Track Name

Singers

Rating

Robinhood

Anjjan – Meet Bros

★★★½☆

Chura Ke Leja

Yashraj Kapil & Palak Muchhal

★★★☆☆

Jhoom Barabar Jhoom

Vineet Singh, Shabab Sabri, Aman Trikha & Pawani Pandey

★★½☆☆

Tirat Meri Tu

Vineet Singh, Shabab Sabri & Palak Muchhal

★★☆☆☆

Policegiri

Aman Trikha, Rajdeep Chatterjee, Yashraj Kapil & Keshav

★★★☆☆

Album Analysis:

1. Robinhood

Singers: Anjjan – Meet Bros

Can be called as a Theme song in Dabangg style for Sanjay Dutt. Titled Robin Hood, you can expect the lyrics to be comparing Sanjay Dutt Character with Robin Hood. Composed by Anjjan – Meet Bros, this is a commercial, folk song with energetic beats and tempo. In the mid-section the guitar work is laudable and beats are good enough to put you on dance floor. Foot tapping number.

Munna to Robin Hood.

2. Chura Ke Leja

Singers: Yashraj Kapil & Palak Muchhal

The music starts off with melody and turns into a festive song. Written in comparison with Krishna and his love, this song is most dominated by the female voice. Some of the tunes and instrumentation give the feel of 90’s style music. Repeated lines and beats make this a simple song, though peppy song.

Might work with the visual.

3. Jhoom Barabar Jhoom

Singers: Vineet Singh, Shabab Sabri, Aman Trikha & Pawani Pandey

Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, well it’s not a remix of the hit song Jhoom Barabar Jhoom but it does start with slight touch to that. First the music starts with techno synth loops

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and soon it gets traditional with dhol, harmonium. This should have been an easy song for Himesh as he has simple mixed traditional with western instruments to make the music look fresh. Beats are fast and lyrics are yet again written keeping Krishna and his love. Himesh voice could have helped this song sound much better.

Snappy.

4. Tirat Meri Tu

Singers: Vineet Singh, Shabab Sabri & Palak Muchhal

Hearing Harmonium at the start generally gives a feel of ghazal song but in this is more of rustic, depressing, sad song with very philosophical lyrics. Easily this can be predicted as a break up or a disaster song. The tune stays static throughout the song and Shabab Sabri has lent his soothing voice to it. Himesh could have chosen a different genre rather than Ghazal type genre. Not sure if audience will be engaged to this song as it is pretty long.

Test of patience.

5. Policegiri

Singers: Aman Trikha, Rajdeep Chatterjee, Yashraj Kapil & Keshav

Finally the theme song. This is a much better song when compared to the rest of the songs in this album. The beats are very very fast, bit of techno work and mixed well electronic instruments. They lyrics are a page out of Mahabarath fight. Lead singers have complemented the instruments very well but it’s the music that is interesting. Himesh has done something different finally to give something positive for this album. This song has enough ingredients to keep the audience hooked. One thing Himesh could have tried different is the humming, which is very mediocre.

A Theme song to end it.

On the whole this isn’t a horrible album but an album which turned out to be very moderate. There isn’t any song in particular which is bad or good. Himesh has done much better work in his past, but he just missed a trick in here. Couple of sound might work well with visuals.

Picks Of The Album: Robin Hood, Chura Ke Leja.

Album Verdict: Not so good from Himesh.

Album Rating: ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆