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    All The Best : Fun Begins  (2009 - Hindi)

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    All The Best : Fun Begins cumulative music rating: 5 out of 10

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    • All The Best : Fun Begins music rating: 0 out of 10(Vinayak wrote on Nov 14 2009 5:22PM)

      Pritam and Rohit Shetty combined spell some rocking music is on the cards. After their successful venture with Golmaal returns, Pritam & Rohit Shetty once again come together, along with the lyricist Kumaar, this time for Ajay Devgn's production 'All The Best'.

      Drum beats marks the beginning of 'Dil Kare' which flags off the album. Dil Kare is a heavy rock song, with vocals by Suraj Jaggan, who is just too apt for such a song. With a cry of 'Roar It', this song makes you roar along with it. By the time it ends, it has already made an impression!

      Its Pritam so having KK is somewhat confirmed. And here comes in KK, with 'Martaba' which is a heavy rock romantic song. Female portion is rendered by the newcomer Yashita, and she impresses too! Martaba is a song which will surely be the choice of many as this rock romantic song makes an everlasting impact.

      Title track is next and it begins with the same sound that is heard in the theatrical trailer of the movie. With vocals by Rana Mazumdar, Soham & Antra Mitra, this track is another heavy duty song in the offering. The composition as well as the singers do full justice to theme of lively celebration needed in this one!

      You are in for some total mood shift as next comes a heavy yet slow song 'Kyon' which is actually a sad song. Vocals by Clinton Cerejo, this is the first composition in the album where not too much of instruments have been used. Anyhow, the song impresses and makes sure that it makes a mark in the midst of all heavy duty tracks.

      Neeraj Shridhar joins the party with 'You are my Love', which is quite different from the tracks that he has mostly sung. Along with Neeraj, we have Kunal Ganjwala, Alisha Chinoy, Rajesh & Megha supporting each other for this happy and sweet love song.

      You have remix versions too for Dil Kare and Martaba. Both of them could have been done without the remixes, but nonetheless you dont mind it.

      On the whole, All the Best is an album making impression with heavy duty songs and a couple of soft ones too. Worth a buy if you dont mind heavy music!

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