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    Tum Hi To Ho  (2011 - Hindi)

    Tum Hi To Ho cumulative rating: 2.25 out of 52.25/5 (15 users)

    Tum Hi To Ho cumulative music rating: 8 out of 10

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    • Melodies with contemporary sonunds

      Tum Hi To Ho music rating: 9 out of 10(Avinash wrote on Jan 31 2011 12:10PM)

      The silence is over and Anand-Milind delivers melodious music yet again.
      The album starts with 'Dil ne mere dil se.. ’, sung by Udit Narayan and Shreya Ghoshal. This song straightway takes the listener to the bygone era of melodious music, of 90's. Udit’s voice has always complimented AM’s compositions and yes, I too am missing Sadhana Sargam here. Nevertheless, Shreya Ghoshal sings beautifully as always.
      The next song 'Rock you baby', sung by Aroon Bakshi and a new singer June, is a fast number - a typical AM-Aroon Bakshi combo number - which always worked and works this time too. As it goes to ‘..Ye Duniya Pagal khana Hai, Har Banda Bada Sayana Hai’, it promises of having potential to be popular among the masses, if promoted well.
      The song 'Teri Shame' sung by Shaan and Gayatri Ganjawala is another rocky-number with catchy tune.
      Next one is 'Aye Khuda' sung by the couple, Kunal and Gayatri Ganjawala, is a treat to the listeners of soft rock. Great lyrics and Kunal has done full justice to the song.
      'Tum Hi To Ho', the title song is very interesting one; Abhijeet is rocking with his powerful voice here. Again a catchy tune that ends with Abhijeet setting the speakers on fire.
      'Aao Manayen Jashn' is a peppy number sung by new voices Rahul Seth and Monali - another catchy number. Both the singers have done full justice to the song.
      In short, this six song album is a complete package offered by the Anand-Milind – the legendary duo who created the music of QSQT, Aayee Milan Ki Raat, Lal Dupatta Malmal Ka, Dil, Beta etc. (the list is endless) and ruled the hearts of melody lovers for years. This album, although not a typical Anand-Milind one, and is composed keeping in mind the contemporary sounds and yet again there is no compromise over melody. The more you listen to the songs the more you will get addicted to them. Long live Anand-Milind and keep offering great music.

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      Avinash Shukla

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