Friday, September 26, 2008

Madhushree's voice again Mistaken for Sadhana Sargam's....

Music Review : Welcome To Sajjanpur
By Satyajit, Bollywood Trade News Network

Director : Shyam Benegal
Music : Shantanu Moitra
Lyrics :
Swanand Kirkire, Ashok Mishra
Starring :
Shyam Benegal
Shantanu Moitra
Swanand Kirkire, Ashok Mishra
Shreyas Talpade, Amrita Rao, Ravi Kishan, Ila Arun, Divya Dutta, Yashpal Sharma, Rajeshwari Sachdev

Mohit Chauhan is getting refined and improvised with every passing day and it is clearly evident in this sentimentally pristine soundtrack ''Ek Meetha Marz De Ke''. Kudos to lyricist Swanand Kirkire for showing his lyrical flare in poetically elegiac wordings like ''Is khatt mein jo siyahi hai, sun mere aanson se bani hai…'' This tender paced ballad progresses with fine blend of poetic touches and it gets mellifluously complemented with equally serene vocals of Sadhana Sargam. This delectably supple track falls in the cadre of ''Piyu Bole'' (PARINEETA) that will be appreciating ''love chemistry'' on silver screen and will be getting added in the collection of class listeners.

Wow... i seriously thought this is one of the songs which Madhushree didnt sound like Sadhana Sargam... but people r still confused between both their voices.....

The thing is, Madhushree and Sadhana do share the similar voice here and there, but Madhushree's voice texture is more on the sweet and softer tone.


Anonymous said...

(Wow... i seriously thought this is one of the songs which Madhushree didnt sound like Sadhana Sargam... but people r still confused between both their voices.....)
Not people but Critics.
I recognize Madhushree jee when I heard her singing the song Kabhi Neem Neem on "JJhom India"
Before that I was aware about the song but not the singer.

DnEsh said...

haha...true.. actually, in Tamil music industry, the way people differentiate between Madhushree's song and Sadhana Sargam's songs is true their Tamil diction. While Madhushree is abit weak on it, Sadhana is almost perfect in singing Tamil songs. There is hardly any flaws in her Tamil diction.

But seriously, i think the difference between their voices is pretty obvious, isnt it? Madhushree's voice is just Divine. Its tooo sweet... and yea, Madhushree's voice can be said its a Musical Instrument

Anonymous said...

Madhushree jee voice is good and work best with nature.
Yash jee/Mani Ratnma jee are good in shooting outdoor
Switzerland/Kerala these are my favourite too and I wish more outdoor scenes to watch...

DnEsh said...

Hobo, Mani Ratnam never shoots his film outside India... :)...

if u wanna know who shoots the best in Indian History, it would be Dir. Shankar. Check out his picturisations in Sivaji The Boss. Watch the track Vaaji Vaaji from the movie Sivaji [Song sung by our Madhushree], u will see the meaning of GRANDNESS !!! :)

Anonymous said...

Kerela I said.
I have seen the song Vaaji Vaaji
It is good picturization.
Claps !!!
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