Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti Hoon
Producer: Verma Corporation, Entertainment One
Director: Chandan Arora
Starring: Antra Mali, Rajpal Yadav
Music: Amar Mohile
Lyrics: Nitin Raikwar
Singers: Antra Mali, Rajpal Yadav, Moulina Singh, Nitin Raikwar, Nisha Lalwani, Ritika Sahani, Amit Khanduri, Raj Shekhar, Teddy Maurya, Sanjay Maurya, Sonu Nigam, Mohit Chauhan, Manoj Mishra, Amar Chaudhary, Suresh Debu, Sameer Siddiqui, Saurav, Poornima, Shreya Ghoshal, Sudesh Bhosle
Audio On: Zee Records
Number of Songs: 6
Released on: September 11, 2003
Reviewed by: Ron Ahluwalia
Reviewer's Rating: 1 out of 10
Because this music is so depressingly awful, letīs give it as little attention as possible!
The album starts off with the title track (if you can call it that), Tu Banjaayegi
Madhuri. The lyrics are completely situational and possesses nothing that would
induce a second listen--or a complete first listen! All the vocalists and singers:
Antra Mali, Rajpal Yadav, Moulina Singh, Nitin
Raikwar, Nisha Lalwani,
Ritika Sahani, Amit Khanduri, Raj Shekhar, Teddy Maurya,
Sanjay Maurya are competent for what the song offers. (Although, with so many no-name
singers, itīs impossible to tell whoīs who!) Do youself a favour and boycott this one.
Tumse Mili Nazar sees like a song fit for a Govinda movie (enough said, right?).
Sonu Nigam is rediculously pathetic and newcomer Ritika Sahani is a total
Sunidhi Chauhan wannabe. The use of the guitar to create the rock nī roll atmosphere is laudable for its slight novelty. As for the remix (another one!), it is
greatly superior to the original in the music deparment. However, the music does not suit the nature and tempo of the lyrics. Infact, with the right fine-tuning and a
decent lyricist, this song had the opportunity to reach the league of Kambakht Ishq
(Pyaar Tune Kya
Kiya). Another two bite the dust!
Mohit Chauhan, Manoj Mishra, Amar Chaudhary, Suresh Debu,
Sameer Siddiqui speak more than sing in Rumi Sahib. Thankfully, the song is short in
duration, so the exposure to the insipid and idiotic lyrics is minimal. This song gets annoying really quick and is quite possibly one of the worst songs (along with
the rest of the ablum) of the decade!
It was quite evident that Poornimaīs carrer in Hindi soundtracks was virtually non-existant. And if she thinks that a song like
Makhan Malai, in a movie like this,
will be the ultimate comeback, she needs to go back to the drawing board. The use of so many instruments makes the song hard on the ears (as if it wasnīt bad
enough already!). Saurav is a newcomer who needs training. Like the previous song,
Makhan Malai is not lengthy at all! The lyrics, as expected, are utterly
Much against my will, and with a song like The Duplicateīs Song, you canīt blame me. Initially, I was shocked at the silky quality of
introduction-- then the song falls flat on its face. The other sectionals provided by
Sudesh Bhosle, Amit Khanduri, and Saurav are tried and tested, C-grade
material. Is a final verdict necessary?
With a novel titile like Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti
Hoon, one would think that the music would be just as path-breaking. Nonetheless, this is one of the
worst soundtracks to hit market in recent times. Amar Mohile and
Nitin Raikwar should be ashamed of such disgraceful music! PATHETIC!