Amit Trivedi, who has earlier composed for Aamir gets his biggest break till date as he is allowed full creative freedom sans any boundaries for his original soundtrack of Dev D. The man certainly makes full use of the opportunity meted out to him and goes all out in getting a totally unexpected score for the film in place. He tries out just about everything, whether it is rock, 'bhangra', fusion, classical and the works. He goes overboard too at a few junctions, justifiably so, since the film allows him to explore the avenues hitherto unexplored in hardcore Bollywood outings.
This is the reason why there is a lot happening on Dev D. To begin with there is a full-on 'bhangra-pop' in the form of 'Mahi Mennu'. Towards the album's end, there is a rustic and totally unadulterated 'Hikknaal'. Both the songs are expected to blaze on loud and strong at the dance floors, especially up North! Trumpets blow hard for 'Emosanal Attyachaar' which is just the song for the marriage processions. Presley meets 'bhojpuri' meets 'bhangra-pop' meets Anurag Kashyap as Amit goes all out in making the number as quirky as possible. 'Duniya' is the best sounding number to arrive in the album and is the most youthful of all due to an intrinsic rhythm to it.
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