Thank You 2011 Music Review

In Anees Bazmee films, one thing that remains consistent is his flair for including out and out massy numbers in the soundtrack. They may sound ordinary/heard before/old fashioned in a few cases (Welcome, No Problem) or instantly attention grabbing (Singh Is Kinng, No Entry) but the fact remains that they work. Due to this very reason, one expects Thank You to be a vibrant and foot tapping album as well, more so since it marks the return of Pritam-Akshay Kumar-Aneez Bazmee combination after Singh Is Kinng.

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There has been a lot heard and spoken about 'Pyaar Do Pyaar Lo' [Jaanbaaz] being adapted for Thank You. Just like 'Dhanno' which just took the germ of Apni To Jaise Taise and turned it around in Housefull, even 'Pyaar Do Pyaar Lo' maintains it's own individuality. So while the rhythm of the key words 'Pyaar Do... ' and the lines that follow remains intact, Pritam turns it around to bring it an altogether different start and a freshly composed 'antara'. The clap sound, so very essential to 'Pyaar Do.. ' is the highlight of this Mika sung number again and along with the 'remix version', the song turns out to be an instant attention gainer. It is surprising though to see that Amitabh Bhattacharya, who was so impressive as a lyricist in Band Baaja Baaraat, doesn't quite spin a similar magic for the words of 'Pyaar Do.... ' and is plain average here. However the spirited rendition by Mika coupled with an instant recall value of the 80s hit saves the day for 'Pyaar Do... ' which should do well to keep the dance floors busy.

The mood is elevated further (and for the better) with the highlight song of Thank You, 'Razia', arriving next. From the word go, this one is a smash hit in the making and it is surprising that it has not yet been promoted (and spoken about) in the same manner as 'Munni Badnaam Hui' and 'Sheila Ki Jawaani'. In fact it won't be wrong to say that 'Razia' completes the trilogy of item numbers belonging to this genre as it has everything going in it's favour, right from the core flavour, rhythm, catchy appeal, Ritu Pathak's vocals, Master Salim's accompanying voice and the lady at the centre of it all - Mallika Sherawat. Compared to Malaika and Katrina, one can pretty much sense Mallika to be covering a much larger distance and with lyrics (by Ashish Pandit) that go as 'Razia Gundo Mein Phas Gayi', it is crystal clear that there would be no stopping for the song amongst the masses. As for the discotheque hoppers, there is always a 'remix version' to keep them entertained.