F.A.L.T.U 2011 Music Review

There are good expectations from the music of F.A.L.T.U. Reasons are aplenty:

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a) The film comes from the house of Vashu Bhagnani and one thing which is more than often than not consistent when it comes to his films is popular music
b) The film marks the directorial debut of Remo D'Souza who is an established choreographer in his own right. Good songs for his own movie is a bare minimum expectation.
c) The film has lyrics by Sameer and music by Sachin-Jigar who debuted with a terrific, though under rated score, in Teree Sang

Only apprehension that one has is whether the team would be able to pull of a memorable soundtrack here, reason being that the film is a campus entertainer instead of being a quintessential love story which considerably reduces the scope for much variety. Nevertheless, one plays on F.A.L.T.U. with anticipation of some good music in the offing. To one's pleasant surprise though, one gets lot more than what one would have expected and readily plays on the album repeatedly.

Those who would have heard the music of Teree Sang would definitely remember the haunting sound of 'More Saiyaan'. There is further polish added to that sound which results in 'Le Ja Tu Mujhe', a sure shot chartbuster song which is waiting to be picked by one and all. A song that has all in it to be the next big song which would play on not just during the current season but for many more months to come, 'Le Ja' has the kind of class to it that sets it apart from many other songs that promise the moon but don't quite reach there. The man who makes it possible along with Sachin-Jigar and Sameer? Atif Aslam who sings this with his heart in and gives it all to make it one of the most special numbers that he would have sung over the years gone by. A soft number, 'Le Ja' deserves the tag of being a 'must hear'.

What follows next is a club number 'Char Baj Gaye, Party Abhi Baaki Hai' which is already playing all over the music channels. Boasting of lyrics which are totally contemporary and bear the vocabulary of today's youth, 'Char Baj Gaye' is a Hard Kaur solo with a very good support from the backup vocalists who never let the fun element to go away. A dance floor number, 'Char Baj Gaye' is an immensely catchy number which is all set to be one of the top playing numbers in the discotheques and the clubs. Foot tapping to the core, 'Char Baj Gaye' is an energetic number that is for the urban audience.

After a classy and a massy track comes a quintessential Bollywood number which belongs to the genre that never fails. A love song, 'Rab Sab Se Sona' is set in the same mode as 'Chor Bazaari' [Love Aaj Kal] and the reason here is very simple - Composers Sachin-Jigar have earlier assisted Pritam which means the influence is bound to rub on them. In any case it is just the styling of the song which is on the same lines as 'Chor Bazaari' though 'Rab Sab Se Sona' goes on to maintain it's own individuality as it progresses. With Neeraj Sridhar going overtly melodious for this number which has backup vocals by Apeksha Dandekar, 'Rab Sab Se' makes it three-in-a-row and ensures that F.A.L.T.U. is a complete paisa vasool by now already.