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Review: Rahman disappoints in Jab Tak Hai Jaan

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rahul shrivastava
by rahul shrivastava on Oct 13, 2012 10:40 AM

i think why peoples are disappointing by this music,bcz we were expecting a blend of rehman and yashraj, but it is typical rehmans music, another reason everyone still having the hangover of rockstar, and this music is totally different from rockstar, but overall music is great, when u listen it 4-5 times u will love all the songs

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rahul shrivastava
jthj music
by rahul shrivastava on Oct 13, 2012 09:23 AM

i m a die hard fan of rehman and i am generally able to decide in first hearing that rehman's album is good or not, but this time i had huge expectations, even i had the hangover of rockstar also that's why in first listen i could not decide, even this music is totally different from the previous music of yashraj banner, which is also unexpected, but after listing 3-4 times, i liking the music very much. all the songs are graet in the album

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Deshbhakth Hindu
A R Rehman is grossly over-rated by secular media
by Deshbhakth Hindu on Oct 13, 2012 08:40 AM

Just because he is a m@lla.

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ar rehman
by target on Oct 13, 2012 03:06 AM

ar rehman should sit at some dar.gah and give music.

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Why 2.5?
by Sudarsan on Oct 13, 2012 02:12 AM

If you so hate the music, why not 1 star? Scared of the backlash, right? Scared that you will be ripped apart in the comments, right?

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by Sudarsan on Oct 13, 2012 02:03 AM

Sukanya - your last line literally gives away your motive.... You heard it again and again, and yet you think it shouldn't work that way?? Ha ha ha... speak the truth, madam.....

rahman songs always works after a few hearings only. its not because of rahman's effort. its because of the mammoth expectations on every album that he comes up with. his style of compositions have changed, and he has been instrumental in a way in changing our music tastes. he experiments a lot with his music these days and that's why we don't like his music in the first hearing. JTHJ is a wonderful album, and settles very well after 2-3 listenings. It happened with me too, but by the 3rd listening, I was loving it completely... If you believe music should always be attractive on first listen, wonder how you liked Yuvraaj and Raavan? Raavan with all the huge hype on the Maniratnam-Rahman combo, was a dampener on the first listen. Its obvious that you have cultivated a deep liking for them subsequently after many listenings.... So give this album some time (genuinely; I don't believe you really heard it more than once).

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sorry to say that its a slow poison
by axxo on Oct 13, 2012 12:57 AM  | Hide replies

first wen i hear i got really disappointed. but now i started liking the songs now. its a slow poison as usual case of rahman.

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Kamal B
Re: sorry to say that its a slow poison
by Kamal B on Oct 13, 2012 08:56 AM
thn u shud try actual poison. u wud enjoy it slowly.

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