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Dhoom 2 (2006)
Director
: Sanjay Gadhvi
Music
: Pritam Chakravarthy
Lyrics
: Pritam Chakravarthy
Label
: Yash Raj Music
Rating
: *1/2
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Pritam's foot-tapping score in "Dhoom" in 2004 had taken the music world by storm. Maybe he was helped with the film's promos showing it to be a biker's delight. Or probably Thai pop star Tata Young, who sung the super-hit "Dhoom machcha le", was the surprise element.

But in the sequel "Dhoom 2", Pritam cuts a sorry figure.

The album begins with the number "Crazy kiya re", a dance number sung by Sunidhi Chauhan with a chorus in English "Sexy lady on the floor, keeps you coming back for more". But apart from a sensuous element, there is nothing much to be written about the song.

"Touch Me" is another racy track sung this time by the vivacious Alisha Chinai and KK. Pritam also infuses a heavy dose of instruments in the number. Quite ordinary stuff.

"Dil laga na" is billed as the "Dhoom machcha le" ("Dhoom" anthem) of "Dhoom 2". Pritam ropes in five singers - Sukhbir, Soham Chakrabarty, Jolly Mukherjee, Mahalaxmi Iyer and Suzanne - but fails to give the same effect as "Dhoom machcha le". He has no Tata Young either.

Vishal Dadlani along with Dominique Cerejo sings "Dhoom again" - the English reprise of "Dhoom machcha le" - but even Pritam would agree the original was better. Asaf Ali Baig has penned the lyrics for this track.

"My name is Ali", sung by Sonu Nigam with Bipasha Basu chipping in with a couple of lines, is the only slow song in the album.

The love song, picturised on Uday Chopra (who plays Ali in the film), reminds one of "Dilbara" from the original film.

There is also a remix of "Crazy kiya re" by Bunty Rajput but there is hardly any value addition.

Pritam, who has of late given some hummable scores, fails to keep up his good work.

Perhaps he was under some pressure keeping in mind the success he had in "Dhoom".


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