Veer’s Music Will Bring Back Memories! - What happens when Gulzar’s lyrics meet Sajid-Wajid’s music? Veer takes you through a journey of calm, solacing, timeless music which will break free you from today’s clamor.
The rare and till some extent an inimitable combination of
Gulzar and Sajid-Wajid would be seen taking charge of music in Veer.
Sajid-Wajid can be called Salman’s favorite duo as they have composed music for
Salman quite often.
The musical duo has composed chartbuster music for Salman in
movies like Wanted, Partner, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi etc.
They can definitely be called Salman’s lucky
charm and hot favorite. And we cannot comment or annotate anything about
Gulzar. This multitalented human being has it all. The ultimate maestro when it
comes to writing lyrics or dialogues. With Veer, he has earned yet another
feather in his cap.
Veer contains eight timeless tracks composed by Sajid-Wajid
and two of the tracks are dissimilar renditions of the same song.
"Taali" is a classical Indian song with elevated
vigor and gusto. The song is crooned by great Sukhwinder Singh who apparently
sings a solo track of the song as well. This one also has voices of Sonu Nigam
and newbie Neumon Pinto.
The next track "Surili Akhiyon Wale” is one of the most
soothing tracks from the movie. It is a romantic charming number crooned by
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. The song has two versions to it. One is a duet with
Sunidhi Chauhan and the other is with Suzanne, wherein English vocals are added
to the song. Both the versions are assuasive in their own way.
"Salaam Aaya" is sung marvelously by none other
than Roop Kumar Rathod and Shreya Ghoshal. The song is easy on ear and Gulzar’s
lyrics make this one, one of a kind.
The next song is a traditional dance number sung by Sonu
Nigam called "Meherbaniyan”. Sonu Nigam’s sweet and mellow voice makes
this song different from all the songs in the movie.
"Kanha" is a soft composition sung by Rekha
Bhardwaj. Shabab Sabri did assist her in the song giving a backup voice.
The soundtrack ends with the theme of the film called
"Spirit of Veer”. This forms the essence of the movie as the theme is a
masterpiece coming out from Sajid-Wajid.
Veer dictates the story of extreme valor, stern pride and
heartrending love. The British at that time had incarcerated India with their
deceitful Divide and Rule policy, kings and nawabs fell to their guile and
cunning, and entrusted their prized kingdom to the foreigners. But the brave
Pindaris, who preferred death to dishonor and would battle to their last
breathe to save their land. The bravest, the toughest, the strongest of the
Pindaris is Veer. As Veer takes on the might of the British Empire, he also has
to fight the conniving King of Madavgarh as well his own jealous tribesmen. But
then the stakes are high. At stake is his love for princess Yashodhara,
daughter of his sworn enemy and his thirst to avenge his father's dishonor.
Overall Veer is a period film with timeless music of the
ancient Indian era. Sajid-Wajid has really done a commendable task. A fortune
has been spent on the music of Veer and its all worth it when you hear it.
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