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Chillar Party
 
Producer: Ronnie Screwvala, Salman Khan
Director: Vikas Bahl, Nitesh Tiwari
Starring: Irrfan Khan, Sanath Menon, Rohan Grover, Naman Jain,Aarav Khanna, Vishesh Tiwari, Chinmai Chandranshuh, Vedant Desai, Divji Handa, Sherya Sharma, Ranbir Kapoor
Music: Amit Trivedi
Lyrics: Nitesh Tiwari, Amit Trivedi, Amitabh Bhattacharya, Vikas Bahl
Singers: Amitabh Bhattacharya, Armaan Malik, Amit Trivedi, Tanmay Chaudhari Arvind Vishwakarma, Jaishri Trivedi, Mohit Chauhan, Gaurika Rai, Keshav Rai, Firoza 1
Audio On: UTV Music
   Number of Songs: 8
Album Released on: 15 June 2011
Reviewed by: Tanuj Manchanda  - Rating: 6.0 / 10
 
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Chillar Party is an upcoming children’s film about a bunch of local kids who can do anything to bring the change in their society. The music of this film is composed by Amit Trivedi who has been associated with films like Dev D, Aisha, No One Killed Jessica; which all have been musical successes. So, one is eager to know the outcome of this album. Let’s see if he succeeds or not?

The album kick starts with ‘Tai Tai Phish’ which is totally a ’tapori’ song and goes well with the theme of the movie. The promos of this song have been recently aired on television channels and going by the buzz, this song is a sure shot chartbuster. The beats are reminiscent of the sounds heard at the ‘ganpati’ festival which adds to the local flavor of the song. Amit Trivedi has sung with style and backing vocals are by Jaishri Trivedi. The lyrics by Nitesh Tiwari and Amit Trivedi are apt for this kind of song.

The next track ‘Aa Rela Hai Apun’ is similar to the above track both in terms of setting and lyrics. The only difference is that here Amit Trivedi is supported by Armaan Malik, Tanmay Chaudhari, Amitabh Bhattachrya and Arvind Vishkarma in the singing department. Also the phrase ‘Aa Rela Hai Apun’ has been used instead of ‘Tai Tai Phish’.

The third track ‘Chatte Batte’ is the complete opposite of the earlier tracks in terms of composition and singing style. This one is soft and sweet song sung mellifluously by Mohit Chauhan and supported by child artistes in the background. Amit Trivedi shows his versatility as a composer and his lyrics are also noteworthy here. A famous idiom ‘Ek Hi Thali Ke Chatte Batte Hai’ have been intelligently incorporated in the song to describe the children’s characteristic.

Again, the soundtrack changes route and comes back to its ‘tapori’ self with ‘Ziddi Piddi’ which is a situational track sung by Amit Trivedi, Armaan Malik, Tanmay Chaudhari and Gaurika Rai. It sounds like a war cry of kids against their enemies. It will gain momentum after the film’s release.

The fifth track ‘Ek School Banana Hai’ is an inspirational track and highlights the shortcomings of our educational system and the need of a school in every vicinity. The music here takes a backseat as the lyrics overpower them completely. The song has been sung by Gaurika Rai, Keshav Rai, Firoza and the students of Ajivasan School, all of whom have done a commendable job. The credit goes to the composer Amit Trivedi for providing a chance to such talented kids.

Next in line is ‘Behla Do’ sung by Armaan Malik and Firoza, which reminds us of the song ‘Aali Re’ from the movie No One Killed Jessica in terms of its setting. Again, the lyrics overpowers the music and displays the mentality of adults towards the kids with utmost conviction. Kudos to the lyricist Nitesh Tiwari, for such a commendable work. Armaan Malik shows his power as a singer and has sung it with passion and zeal.

The next track ‘Liar Liar Pants On Fire’ is an English song sung by Gaurika Rai and Keshav Rai. The song is very sweet and innocent which will appeal to the kids especially. Singing by the kids leaves an impact and the lyrics are also quite good. As for the composition, it is quite similar to a ‘Barbie’ song.

The last track is a sad version of the song ‘Chatte Batte’ again sung by Mohit Chauhan but this time, it is a more restrained and soulful singing. It lasts for about 2.32 minutes and is a sweet ending to the album.

Overall, the soundtrack is fresh and is a respite from the usual Bollywood masala songs. The lyrics are innovative and the music complements them.

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