Shiney Ahuja’s return after his release from the prison in rape case of his housemaid has been scheduled with Bhart Shah’s production and Puja Jatinder Bedi’s directed vehicle, ‘Ghost’. Shiney is doing the main lead opposite Sayali Bhagat, who alleged him for the sexual harassment recently along with other big names of the industry such as Amitabh Bachchan and Sajid Khan but then issued the statement her name was used by some low profile PR company for spoiling her image. Sharib Sabri and Toshi Sabri have scored the composition for the film album. Kumar, A.M. Turaz and Sandeep Nath have dashed off the lyrics. The audio of the movie has been released by T-Series label.
Jalwanuma [Toshi Sabri and Akram Sabri]
Toshi and Akram Sabri hold the mike to render the lines of Jalwanuma. Both raise the spirits in true manners that you get glued to the song’s flow. Background chorus gels well with the mood of track. Lyrics are really beautiful that you begin raving them about. The musical compilation is spongy treat to relish with.
Aaja Khatam Sabr [ Sunidhi Chauhan]
The classy singer Sunidhi Chauhan, who has now big experience to her name, croons the track, ‘Aaja Khatam Sabr’. She displays her histrionics by singing the song with super ease. The track is beautiful both lyrically and musically. You would love to hum it around.
Salame Salame [Shaan and Sharib Sabri]
Both Shaan and Sharib Sabri team up to render Salame Salame and the two attract with their respective voices. But unfortunately they are letdown with the lyricist and musicians’ jobs
Dil Ke Liye [Javed Ali]
Dil Ke Liye is the next song on the album cover brining Javed Ali to warble the lines. Javed is a classy and brilliant singer and always impresses with his renditions. But it’s weird why he chooses to copy Sonu Nigam? And even he goes on imitating the style mantras of Kumar Sanu as well. The song is a disaster lyrically and musically as well since no innovation in both the departments you may find.
Kahan Hai Tu [Sharib Sabri]
The soundtrack of Kahan Hai Tu winds up with the track ‘Kahan Hai Tu’ rendered by the beautiful voice singer Sharib Sabri who loots the scene with the superb rendition. Lyricist and the musician show their expertise as well.
Final Verdict by the Critic:
Apart from the two mundane numbers, the overall album of Ghost is mellifluous. It has potential to bring up handsome sales from the market provided that the hype is created.
– Music Critic: Goher Iqbal Punn
Film & Music Credits:
Producer: Bharat Shah
Director: Puja Jatinder Bedi
Cast: Shiney Ahuja and Sayali Bhagat
Music: Sharib Sabri and Toshi Sabri