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    Tomay Bhalobasi  (2011 - Bengali)

    Tomay Bhalobasi cumulative rating: 2.65 out of 52.65/5 (10 users)

    Tomay Bhalobasi cumulative music rating: 6 out of 10

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    • Tomaye Bhalobhashi (Bengali) by Sudesh (Shishir)

      Tomay Bhalobasi music rating: 0 out of 10(Shishir alias Sudesh wrote on Aug 31 2011 9:38PM)

      Tomaye Bhalobhashi is yet another melodious album from the melody makers Anand Milind. However I feel, these songs should have been done in Hindi as this language has a national reach.

      Dhire Dhire Chaand... is a very soft, romantic and melodious song. The mukhda is too melodious - trademark of Anand Milind. I really enjoyed listening to this song. The musical arrangements reminded me Anand Milind of QSQT days. The instruments in this song are not the usual ones they have used in their later songs. The song sounds pretty much like QSQT tracks.

      Ore Road Romeo... is a typical racy song. Anand Milind have proven that they are experts in such songs. In fact, in many of their films, they have always come up with great racy songs that have always been great hits and trendsetters. This song too falls in the same category, obviously a lot of melody is there. The chorus singing is typical Anand Milind type. Again the musical arrangement sounds very much like the Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak track - light music. I enjoyed listening to the antras in this song.

      Happy Birthday is also a very melodious track. What do I say, its just melody flowing, which we miss a lot in today's songs. The music is again, very light and simple instruments used.

      The title track, Tomaye Bhalobashi... is a typical Anand Milind song. What I meant by typical is that it has a feel of their post QSQT tracks. The musical arrangements in this song proves this. The typical flute and tabla. I have noticed one thing in this album. Anand Milind have not used heavy instruments. Not that they are not accustomed of doing it but then the music overall used is very light. Of course, the melody is intact.

      Emon Chuma... is an item song and nicely composed. Listen to it once and you can very well understand the mood in the film and how it must have been picturised. I liked the music arrangement before the second antra in the song. After listening to the album, I have noticed one thing for sure. It reminded me of "Idhi Maa AshokGadi Love Story", the Telugu film by Anand Milind. The songs are pretty much of the same league. Light music, great melody and soothing romantic tracks. Overall a nice album and my favourite is Dheere Dheere Chaand. Nice singing by Kunal makes the song stand out.

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      Shishir alias Sudesh Prabhu

      About me: I am from Goa working as an editor for a leading Goan daily.Location: Mapusa, India

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