Music Review Bloody Isshq
Music By: Ashok Bhadra
Directed By: Arup Dutta
Cast: Akash Singh, Shilpa Anand, Tripta Parashar, Mukesh Tiwari
Ratings: * * 1/2
Bloody Isshq's music was recently launched where yesteryear's star Jeetendra addressed the Media and released the CD of the film. The film features Akash Singh who is son of Bhojpuri star Kunal Singh and he makes his acting debut in this one.
Going by the Inlay Cover, Posters and Trailer, The film seems to be a romantic thriller which has lots of Blood-Game involved. Maybe that's why the title 'Bloody Isshq'? Surprisingly, The music of the film is good. At least from what i heard, The first track is 'Falsafa' which is sung by K.K and it explains the poetic meaning of Love. The second track is 'Danger Hai Laila' which is rendered by magnetic voice of Sunidhi Chauhan. It is again a Racy track with electronic feel that is saved by Sunidhi's voice. The third one is 'Ajab Hai Ye Zindagi' which has K.K's voice again. The song explains the journey of a troubled man (Which also might have been used in the film). Not much to talk about, You can always skip this track.
Fourth comes 'Baadalon Ki Hai Saazish' which is sung by Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal. This is a duet romantic number which requires multiple listening. An ample song for a date and the album's best track so far followed by 'Jaanam' which is again sung by Sunidhi Chauhan. This is the Fifth number in the album and this song is ready to seduce you. Another great track in the album blended by electrifying lyrics. The sixth one is 'Hawa Lagi Hai' which is sung by Javed Ali and June Banerjee. A romantic song gone wrong by not-so attention grabbing music and lyrics. You might give this song a miss unless you are not a Javed Ali fan. The last one is 'Kill Me' (The Bloody Isshq title track) which is sung by Usha Uthup and Zubeen Garg's amazing voice. This song again is sure to keep you hook on your seats. The closing track is a repeat one 'Baadalon Ki Hai Saazish', But this time it's the singer Sonu Nigam who goes Solo and creates the magical feel again.
Composer Ashok Bhadra and lyricist Kumaar tries hard to bring in the thrilling atmosphere through his music and at some parts, He is successful. The album is totally worth for 'Danger Hai Laila', 'Baadalon Ki Hai Saazish', 'Jaanam' and 'Kill Me'. This one will not disappoint you for sure.