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      Aazaan - Music Review


      Director Prashant Chadha's upcoming action movie Aazaan, which features Sachin Joshi and Candice Boucher in the leads, is scheduled to release on 14th October. The audio of the film was released earlier last week. The movie has five songs, which are unique, fresh, melodious and good to listen.

      Music duo Salim and Sulaiman Merchant have scored music for the lyrics of Amitabh Bhattacharya. Besides music, Salim Merchant has also crooned the song 'Afreen', which is a unique and slow-paced soundtrack. It has lyrical piano and instrumental music. Its Dessert Mix and Reprise versions are also quite impressive like the original track.

      'Bismillah', which is sung by Kailash Kher, is inspired by Sufi genre and has clap and tabla music. Sung by Mitika and Benny Dayal, the song 'Habibi Habibi' is inspired by western music. It begins with English rap and it turns into fast track. Salim-Shardha Pandit's track 'Khuda Ke Liye' is very melodious and impressive. There is a fifth track, which is the Aazaan theme song and it is nothing but an instrumental track.

      In a nutshell, Aazaan offers soothing and melodious music album to the listeners. Salim-Sulaiman duo has tried out in giving a different touch for the genres like Kawali, rap and melody songs and they are successful in their attempt. Amitabh Bhattacharya has written wonderful lyrics.

      Listen to exclusive songs of Aazaan on Oneindia

      Benny Dayal & Mitika - Habibi Habibi

      Kailash Kher - Bismillah

      Rahat Fateh Ali Khan - Afreen - Reprise

      Salim Merchant - Afreen - Desert Mix

      Salim Merchant - Afreen - Remix

      Salim Merchant - Afreen

      Salim Merchant & Shradha Pandit - Khuda Ke Liye - Remix

      Salim Merchant & Shradha Pandit - Khuda Ke Liye

      Aazaan Theme

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