Jodha Akbar - songs trailer

You have to see it to believe it. Aishwarya Rai Bachan, at the age of 34, still stuns you with her ethereal beauty. Her looks, her elegant dance movements, and her subtle and graceful expressions are sure to captivate you. The compilation of the song sequences from her forthcoming ‘Jodhaa Akbar’ by Ashutosh Gowarikar just proves you why she is still the most sought after heroine of India.

IndiaGlitz has acquired exclusive clippings from the songs that show the amazing Aishwarya and fascinating Hrithik Roshan dancing in splendid outfits in the backdrop of grand sets made for the period film.

The grand and alluring musical by the music wizard A.R. Rahman shows the greatness of the man. The songs have an amazing variety of splendor and melody.  Rahman’s music matches the grandeur of the movie and the majestic beauty of the lead pair.

Enter here to watch the exclusive songs trailer that show the enticing and majestic scenes with outstanding music.


Jodha Akbar Review by NDTV Music

Album: Jodhaa Akbar
Music: A R Rahman, Bela Shende, Mohammad Aslam, Bonnie Chakraborty
Label: UTV Motion Pictures
- Indo-Asian News Service

This man works wonders, album after album, and never fails to disappoint listeners. Music maestro A R Rahman has done it again.

He returns after Guru to compose the soundtrack of Jodhaa Akbar that has already been showered with praises.
Packed with two instrumental numbers and five tracks, Jodhaa Akbar has the makings of a hit.

Elaborate arrangements include the trumpets and the drums in Azeem O Shaan Shehenshah.

It is a wonderful composition and Mohammad Aslam and Bonnie Chakraborty, who have sung it, have done justice to the song. Lyrics by Javed Akhtar are up to the mark.

Sonu Nigam and Madhushree render a romantic piece titled In lamhon ke daaman mein that initially seems like any other track until it picks up pace.

Javed Akhtar pens noteworthy lyrics while Rahman's music keeps the standard you expect from the maestro himself.

Jashn-e-bahaaran, sung by Javed Ali, comes next. The soft, serene and romantic piece displays an ideal fusion of Ali's vocals with string music.

There's also a Jashn-e–bahaaran (instrumental), which gives the flute a key position in the track. Rahman finally makes his presence felt in areas other than compositions by singing Khwaja mere Khwaja.

His rendition coupled with the harmonium, tabla (percussion) and claps make for marvellous music. One begins to wonder how a qawwali could impress to this extent that it ensures immediate gratification to everyone.

Khwaja mere Khwaja (instrumental) is as good as the previous instrumental number belted out.
Mann Mohana comes in the end as an average number.

This track, rendered by Bela Shende, is not too bad but after listening to the other numbers in the album, one would prefer placing it at the bottom of the six.

Rahman has once again proved that what he composes is of a completely different genre, standard and calibre. He stands in a place where there can be no competitors; his is a level that cannot be matched.


AR Rahman to sing for GV Prakash

It is known to everyone that the young music composer G V Prakashkumar is related to the music maestro A.R. Rahman. Prakash is the son of Rahman’s elder sister.

Though the young man has won several hearts by his youthful and imaginative tunes, he is yet to receive any appreciation from his uncle.

Rahman, however, has the habit of uttering a few words of appreciation on his nephew, while talking to his sister.

Prakash has recently asked Rahman to sing a song in his composing and Rahman is said to have accepted the request. It is believed that the uncle would sing in his nephew’s music soon.

News courtesy: Indiaglitz