Known not only for heartfelt and passionate film-making, but also great music, Vinod Chopra Films is back in the offing with their latest music presentation-Ferrari ki Sawaari. Presented by T-Series, Pritam sits at the helm of the music of this Sharman Joshi-Boman Irani starrer.
A 6-song album, the music has been woven melodiously around situations. The first track in the album is Life Yeh Mausambi si, sung by rock idol Mohan (Agnee front man). A light hearted, philosophical number, Life Yeh Mausambi is sure to find patronage by jazz fans in the country. Followed by Maara Re Sixer front lined by Sonu Nigam, a foot thumping, chest bumping cricket anthem that celebrates the spirit of cricket and the fans of the game.
Next on the list is Rusy’s Theme, a track inspired by the laid-back music of Spain, interlaced with imitable Vinod Chopra style melody. Next up is the track that’s sure to take the nation by storm-Mala Jau De. While Vidya Balan’s special appearance in this song has been much talked about, this song has lived up to the hype with its authentic laavani orchestration and vocals by newcomer Urmila Dhangar. Aye Mere Mann, the touching prayer by Shyamantan Das breaks the tempo brought by the laavani track by its soothing tune and inspiring lyrics. This is followed by Good Night, a lori sung by Priyani Vani Pandit is sure to find its way into the hearts of young mothers and fathers alike.
The album finally closes on a high note with the title track Ferrari ki Sawaari sung spiritedly by Shaan. An upbeat and fun number, it translates the overall mood of the film perfectly. The lyrics of the album are written by Amitabh Bhattacharya, Swanand Kirkire and Guru Thakur.