Music Review: Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi

rab ne bana di jodi music review

After my last music review a lot of people feel I need to quit reviewing music. A lot of them also hold the opinion that I must quit blogging. Well it’s because of people like these that Raj Thackeray finds himself alive every morning. Let’s not get into that now.

Aditya Chopra is finally back on the director’s chair eight long years. All this time he’s occupied the happy producer tag and see some films bomb under the Yash Raj Films banner. He decided it’s finally time to get out and do something good for daddy. So he wrote Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, signed Shah Rukh Khan and a new chic Anushka Sharma. The last time Aditya and Shah Rukh was a jodi it was Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.

The first look of the film looked interesting. The first promo of the song Haule Haule simply blew my mind. It was nothing extraordinary and yet there was something magically simple in there. Something Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge proved a long back that simplicity can also work at the box office. The music of Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi is finally out. The music has been composed by Salim Sulaiman. The film is slated for a December 12 release this year. Will the Aditya Chopra and Yash Raj Films magic work? You bet! The hype is exploding and Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi is one of the most anticipated movies of this year. Let’s check out if the music is worth the hype!

Track Listing:

Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai
Haule Haule
Dance Pe Chance
Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte
Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai
Dancing Jodi

The soundtrack comprises of six tracks. A typical Yash Raj strategy. Concentrate on quality. The first track Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai captures your ears with a sugary melody. A slow romantic number and it fits into the Shah Rukh’s romantic genre. The next track is Haule Haule by Sukhwinder Singh. This is the song on which the first promo is based. I am really impressed with the way it has been shot. It has been sung really well by Sukhwinder. The lyrics are simple and meaningful. A sweetย song and the best song of the soundtrack. The next track Dance Pe Chance has been sung by Sunidhi Chauhan and Labh Janjua. A typical dance number but a decent one. Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte has been sung by Sonu Nigam. The song is a mixture of popular golden Bollywood melodies. Another sweetย song. It’s followed by Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai, which is a short female version of the first track. Dancing Jodi, the last track of the soundtrack, is like a jiffy revision before the final examination. It’s a remix of almost all the songs in the soundtrack.

It has all what you expect from a Yash Raj movie soundtrack. It’s got Shah Rukh pulling you into the movie theaters. It’s got Aditya Chopra, the director, creating the hype. Salim Sulaiman have done a good job with the music of Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. The soundtrack comprises of some excellent tracks.

On the whole I’ll say it passes the test. Music is as expected. Good!

Bring on the movie guys!

60 Replies to “Music Review: Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi”

  1. Honestly you SHOULD stop reviewing. This album is nothing compared to Yuvvraaj. Below the standards of YRF | Aditya Chopra.
    Even ‘Fashion’ by Salim Sulaiman was better than this, only 1st song stands out, rest are just for time pass. Nothing melodious
    Big disappointment!!!

  2. For Raj : Dude, seriously! Get help! You need a psychiatrist real quick. Are you seriously that obsessed with Harry’s review of Yuvraaj that you’re making such an agenda out of it? You seriously need a life, and a psychiatrist.
    Maybe you’re just obsessed with ARR. In that case, to each his own. [:D] But still..a trip to the psychiatrist is in order.

    Harry – good review. Must check it out.

  3. i think all of the songs are melodius and superb.
    but the best one’s are-
    tujh mein rab dikhta
    haule haule
    phir milenge chalte chalte

    .phir milenge must hv a gr8 picturisation,i heard srk will be dancing with 5 actresses in this it will be a treat to watch.

  4. Harry Paaji, regardless of what others feel about your reviews, you should just continue ji. Its ‘your’ opinion, after all.

    I suppose the extreme reaction to your Yuvvraaj review led you to a more muted, positive review to an otherwise bland and routine soundtrack!

  5. Regarding music review and the quality of review, it’s your opinion, no one is bound by your opinion, I like Bohemia but won’t spend my time promoting it, cause its not my taste.
    Secondly, you can quit blogging any time, its easy, I have been doing it for last many months. Look at my blog, do you see any activity in last one year.
    Third, Thakreys are doing what nearly every other Indian politician did, trying to gain power by hook or crook. No one is bothered about India.
    Fourth, its but obvious that YR banner will not produce a Mozzart. Bhelpuri will never taste like Parantha.

  6. As i rightly said before in the Yuvvraaj music review …u can only like copy cat music composers ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ salim-sulaiman (the great) copied their own tunes from the movie”aaja nachle” and from movie bachna ae haseeno ….this prooves they have no talent to make a new music ๐Ÿ˜€ shame on them and shame on u people who like these like of music ๐Ÿ˜€ i think u liked because of that punjabi song ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ find urself to write a music review..

  7. Sir, with all due respect…if i recollect correctly…last time ADI and SRK were together it was MOHABBATEIN..not…DDLJ… i agree its not upto either YRF/ADI or SRK standars but who knows as per the situation in the movie..these are the best songs…lets wait till 12th DEC.

  8. Not Upto the mark,considering ghajini is also round the corner n these both movies r gonna clash n as ghajini has also Rahman’s music one can only expect gr8 music,rab ne is good bt not gr8.!!

  9. Music of this movie is average just like the movie itself. Better buy cd of Ghajini which is 100 times better than this crap.

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