‘1921’, Get Spooked Out Of Your Wits (Soundtrack Review)

 

 

Album Info:

Music: Harish Sagane

Lyrics: Shakeel Azmi

Singers: Arnab Dutta

Album Released: December 2017

 

Most of you must have been left absolutely horrified after watching the trailer for the ‘1921’ movie. It's a Bollywood horror film, fourth in the 1920 film series, produced by Vikram Bhatt. Watching Zarine Khan and Karan Kundra stuck up around a creepy mansion, with a living ghost, avenging matters of the past, would just curdle up your blood and send shivers down your spine.

The songs are not as scary as the trailer, instead, the tracks are quite gentle and mellow.

Read about the tracks here.

 

Sunn Le Zara

This musical piece composed by Harish Sagane, written by Shakeel Azmi and sung by the new playback singer Arnab Dutta is slow and melancholic. The entire song is extremely mellow and appears like a painful crooning, but is quite heart touching at the same time. Zarine Khan and Karan Kundra are the perfect choice for portraying the roles of Rose and Ayush who belong to a time quite far back in history. The spectacular music video has already been released by the Zee Music Company.

 

Kuch Is Tarah

‘Kuch Is Tarah’, is a soft melody with a rhythmic touch to it. The music video begins with Zarine Khan or Rose requesting Karan Kundra/Ayush to sing the song properly, as he’s seen to be humming it in the beginning. So, he starts singing this mellifluous melody, pouring his entire heart into it. Harish Sagane, the gifted composer and singer’s composition, Poet, lyricist Shakeel Azmi’s lyrics and Arnab Dutta’s phenomenal singing skills have come together to create this soft paced melody depicting a sweet chemistry between Rose and Ayush.

 

‘1921’ is a horror film at its best. So, don’t forget to listen to these heartwarming songs which make the frightening film with a deep message, a little less creepy. Visit https://gaanap.com/shared/play to listen to the songs, to play Bollywood Musical games or to read the blogs and reviews click on GaanaP and download the App now! 🙂

 

OUR PICK(S): We choose ‘Kuch Is Tarah’ as our favourite soundtrack.

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