The songs from Parineeta are actually exceptionally good. Obviously, one tends to love Piyu Bole instantly. But the other songs deserve a special mention too. Especially, since each of them have perfect music and lyrics, which make them masterpieces in their own sense. I especially like Soona man ka aangan, and Sonu Nigam as always, does full justice to the emotion the song tends to express (Unlike Mr. Udit Narayan, who I feel, has a perennial smile while he records any song, and that kinda reflects in the end product). But then I might be exaggerating, and can go up to the extent of saying that the only male playback singer ever; who can be said to be better than Sonu Nigam is Kishore Kumar. Strictly a personal opinion though!
It’s a pretty comfortable day at work today. And since keeping MP3s on systems are considered integrity violation now, there is less music to be heard. But then, luckily caught hold of an mp3 player, and am listening to Parineeta now, and hence the realization about how awesome its songs are J
Weekend’s here again, proving that time really does fly. On 16th, I complete an year at work. And that’s huge! No wonder the 2 years at K passed in a flash L. Underwent another bout of nostalgia today, as I ended up browsing through the earlier posts on ggollerkeri’s blog, after posting his Birthday wishes. If only I would get a chance, I would rewind time by 3 whole years, and relive every moment again. The alumni meet in Hyderabad is scheduled to happen in a week’s time, and I don’t know if I would be going. Its just not the same until a decent number from our batch turns up. And Hyderabad doesn’t really have many people from the 2005 batch.
Am done rambling, and the music’c shifted from Parineeta to Pukaar, and yeah, the songs of Pukaar (especially Sunta hai mera khuda) are pretty decent too. Till then, Ciao.