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    Tum Mile  (2009 - Hindi)

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    • Tum Mile music rating: 10 out of 10(Vinayak wrote on Nov 14 2009 6:56AM)

      Pritam has had a successful year. And he makes sure he continues the streak with Tum Mile. Music has always been the plus point for the Bhatts and especially when you have the Bhatts-Pritam combination; it should be no less than a classic. And Pritam successfully delivers one.

      The first song comes in the title track 'Tum Mile' that is sung by Neeraj Shridhar. This one is a foot tapping love song, where the protagonist is happy and expressing his happiness at finding the love of his life. Tum Mile is an out n out chartbuster song!

      Its not the end of Tum Mile as it later comes up with a version titled Tum Mile (Love Reprise). Javed Ali is at the helms and does full justice to the feel needed in this soft number which is actually different from the original in terms of composition as well as lyrics.

      Later on in the album, this version by Javed Ali is featured another time, this time as a rock version sung by Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan. The rock version doesnt disappoint and is pleasing but at the same time one feels that it wasnt needed.

      'Dil Ibadat' comes next, which has been rendered by K.K. This romantic song has the protagonist dying to get the love of his life and KK successfully manages to get into the required mood. The song gets on you instantly and will stay on your lips as well as mind for long.

      Dil Ibadat too has a rock version, which again is good, but one feels it wasnt required.

      Here is another romantic track in the offering 'Tu Hi Haqeeqat' which has been rendered by Javed Ali. The song has mostly the Indian feel to it, with some really beautiful lyrics. This one is another song that will grow on you the more you listen it.

      Suddenly you feel all youthful, with the 'OOO' and the youthful tune that marks the beginning of 'Iss Jahaan Mein'. The vocalist in demand, Mohit Chouhan enters the Bhatt camp here, and does full justice to this full of life song.

      The romantic Dil Ibadat was sung by KK, and he is back for ' O meri Jaan' which is a sad outing regarding the heart-break. The song is set at a slow pace, backed by some really good lyrics and background tunes. This song is no exception to other ones and for sure will create a space for itself in your heart.

      Towards the end, we have 'Soul Of Tum Mile' which is an instrumental piece and without any guesses begins with the thunderstorm. It is a track that moves towards the peak as the clock progresses and would be better along with the visuals.

      On the whole, Tum Mile qualifies as Pritam's one of top 5 albums! He has had a good run and 'Tum Mile' is another feather in his cap.

      BUY IT!

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      Vinayak Chandra

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