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Review |  13 Dec 2013 10:53 |  By RnMTeam

Dhoom 3

Label: Yashraj Music

Music Director: Pritam

Lyrics: Amitabh Bhattacharya

Singers: Siddharth Mahadevan, Shilpa Rao, Sunidhi Chauhan, Mohit Chauhan, Aditi Singh Sharma, Shivam Mahadevan, Anish Sharma, Julius Packiam, Naya, Pritam

Yash Raj Films is back with Dhoom 3 which is touted to be one of the most awaited films of 2013; the franchise of Dhoom, has already created a buzz. However, let us see if the music lives up to the expectations. The Dhoom 3 album comprises eight songs including the instrumental.

Malang:

The album opens with the song Malang, which gives you a feeling of sitting at an Arabian inn treating your eyes to a group of belly dancing beauties. Coming back to the song, the beats are pace-y accompanied by a slow melody. Siddharth Mahadevan and Shilpa Rao have rendered their vocals and the latter steals the spotlight, leaving very little for former. The track is above average, even with the underlying Sufi notes.

Kamli:

Kamli is a fast paced number sung by Sundhi Chauhan. With this song, Pritam attempts to recreate the magic of Crazy Kiya Re. Nothing exceptional but sure has re-play value.

Tu Hi Junoon:

This would probably be one of the weakest tracks of the album. Somehow the songs proves to be a disconnect, coupled with lyrics like Tu thirakta teer hai, do dhaari talwar. (really... phew!). However, the vocals given by Mohit Chauhan are a welcome distraction. Overall, the track is plain.

Dhoom Machale Dhoom:

The title track Dhoom Machale Dhoom packs a real punch, retaining its signature tune. The D3 version has some additions; a little desi tadka, with dhol and bugals, which is a turn off. Although, kudos to the singer Aditi Singh Sharma.

Bande Hain Hum Uske:

This, perhaps, is the best track of the album, resonating pain. The song is a prayer for an optimist and the lyrics of the song are a job well done. The track has some heavy beats and the chorus is sung by Shivam Mahadevan and Anish Sharma.

Dhoom Tap:

The track lets the feet do all the talking and also retains the signature tune of Dhoom. The track is exciting and pace-y.

Dhoom 3 Overture:

Dhoom 3 Overture is an instrumental of Bande Hai Hum Unke and gradually picks up the tempo. The instruments are well arranged and the track is definitely a good treat for your ears.

Overall the album is good with one or two songs which are not up to the mark. The final verdict is now in the hands of the people. Dhoom 3 is slated to release on 20 December, 2013.

So, which is your favorite track?