Dangerous Ishhq Music
Music Direction : Himesh Reshammiya
Tu Hi Rab Tu Hi Dua - Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Tulsi Kumar. Sweet romantic track. I have a feeling that among the current music directors, only Himesh knows how to use Rahat to the maximum extent. Has a 'Kyon Ki' feel somehow, the same beats, but its catchy. Tulsi has done a grt work too. Winner!
Has an R&B Remix and a reprise featuring the same singers. Good work.
Naina Re - Himesh Reshammiya, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Shreya. The combo has done magic whenevr they came together. Remember Teri Meri? Well Naina Re belongs to the three of them because all the three singers has done justification to their respective roles. There is soothness in Shreya, pain in Himesh, and feel in Rahat. Somehow, it takes you back to Himesh's earlier compositions at the time of Aap Ka Surror. Its good to see Himesh in his old self. A nostalgic track with haunting beats and pretty good lyrics. It grows on you.Good one.!
Has a remix with a 90's club feel and a reprise which is essentially the same as original.
Ishq Mein Ruswaa - Anweshaa. Mujra track. Anweshaa is a singer to watch out because she sounds so much like Shreya and her singing is so good and mature that you can't take the song out of your head. Good and soulful composition, but its not the first time HR is doing this. Winner!!
Remix was not necessary.
Umeed - Amrita Kak & Shahab Sabri. Club song? Dance track? Sufi song? No idea. The song changes from mode to mode in turns and do not essentially belongs to any specific genre. Amrita has done a Sunidhi, neverthless good. Shahab Sabri was OK. Anyway, a good one time hear. Remix is added.
Lagan Lagi More Piya - Shreya Ghoshal & Shahab Sabri. This one belongs to Shreya. She has done an excellent job in singing this slow romantic painful tune with feel so that it stands out as the best song in the album. Shahab has sung well too, but its Shreya who dominates. The beats are good and haunting and its a perfect nighttime-sit-alone song! Winner!
Overall, Dangerous Ishq has a very good music score with each song having an identity of its own. Umeed is a let down, so excluding that the album works as a whole anyway. But if you have a feeling that Himesh has borrowed ideas from his previous compositions and made a rehash, its true. I'm getting that too. Not one of the best works of HR, not bad either. Except Umeed every song has grt potential if promoted well. Go for it!