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Music review: Gangster is groovy

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Gangster is an effective and efficently made film
by Naveen on Apr 29, 2006 11:50 AM

Em.......ran and other costars did their best and the audience are best satisfied by the music and songs of the film with the story itself.

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anupam kr ghosh
song ya ali
by anupam kr ghosh on Apr 20, 2006 08:39 AM  | Hide replies

In the movie gangster i listerend to the song ya ali which is superb and heart touhing i cant ghuss tht it the todays world we couid find the songs for our age group and which is quiet decent hats off to both the singers

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RE:song ya ali
by Hari on May 06, 2006 12:46 PM

I too agree with u ali, we will never get a chance to listen such musics, & if we are coping theirs , they will be doing the same there..

I don't mind if music can build a bridge.....


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Pritam should be jailed for plagiarism
by Subhadeep on Apr 19, 2006 01:15 PM  | Hide replies

SHAMELESS!! Utterly shameless copies of original creations...the worst form of thieving in the world...stealing intellectual property!!

Lamha Lamha - note by note copy of Pakistani singer Warris Baig's 1998 track Kal Shab Dekha Maine.

Ya Ali - note by note copy of Arabic band Guitara's 'Ya Ghali', from the album Qisati (2002).

Bheegi Bheegi - note by note copy of 'Prithibi', a cult classic by Gautam Chattopadhay, of the 60's - 70's Calcutta based band Mohiner Ghoraguli.

How much more blatant can it get? How much longer should we let thieves like Pritam call themselves musicians and dish out stolen tunes from others? I'm ashamed that the Hindi movie industry tolerates this kind of rampant plagiarism and allows people like Pritam flourish, with only one talent to speak of...stealing.

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RE:Pritam should be jailed for plagiarism
by intelligent on Aug 08, 2006 12:38 PM
Anyway first i would like to know if you are an Indian. When I first heard the song ya ali i thought that it seemed like an arabic song. But I don't think it has been fully copied from that song. Abyway, who cares. I like the song. So don't bother. Just mind YOUR bussiness. If you don't want to listen , then don't. Instead don't keep blabering.

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RE:Pritam should be jailed for plagiarism
by on ali on Apr 26, 2006 11:49 AM
i see nothing wrong with representing the songs of the creation of some1 else. we would never have had a chance to hear these super tracks.

whatever you may call the bhatt family, but they are giving us the best music of late... and different kinds of songs. who cares where they get it from.

but, i would like seeing them giving a royalty fee to the people from whom they get the music and a mention in the track.. nothing wrong with this.

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by KRUPASINDHU PATRA on Apr 06, 2006 06:20 PM

GangSter Music is very very good. I think all of the songs are outstanding. Bheegi Bheegi , Ya Ali & Tu hi Mera Sab hai simply the best.

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Zubeen rocks!!
by Iqbal on Apr 02, 2006 12:12 PM

I listened to the song "Ya Ali". That is simply superb. Zubeen, singer from Assam, has proved his capabilities. His voice is so contemporary that it fits to the new generation songs perfectly.

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this stealing should stop
by sayan on Mar 28, 2006 06:56 PM

bollywood is day by day becoming a mixing counter for anything that has any credence. say bye bye to any originality and embrace shameless copies like zinda, salaam namaste, raaz, etc etc. no doubt the bhatt camp leads the way. be it getting aatif to sell great songs from jal as if it were his property, or like in this new album, lift a cult classsic from calcutta with a blind eye. and with our laws doing nothing, who cares. least that rediff can do is to go one more step and condemn such high noon robbery by these thugs...

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