By siddharth jain(06 Nov 2009)
A R Rahman's compositions have acquired a strange quality lately. You hear his new songs the first time and you dismiss them as average. But with repeated hearings they get glued to your tongue.
Such is the case with 'Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na', which has a few songs that catch your fancy in the first hearing, but there are others that take time to register.
The best of the lot in this album is 'Kabhi Kabhi Aditi' which breezes with youthful buoyancy of a teenager ...» read more