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The pure flute numbers used as the core theme as well as for the titles are excellent. There instrumentals have a lilting quality with an outstanding melody.
The Salil Chowdhury-esque bengali ditty, "Jhiri Jhiri Choyetali" is a gem, sung wonderfully by Geeta Dutt. The kids will love it.
There are also samples of raw Bhatiyali and Baul music and the usual chill out fusion numbers. The Bhatiyali and Baul tracks may or may not appeal in this age of percussion heavy music, but it provides a glimpse into the culture of Bengal.
"Falling", the last fusion track on the album is excellent.
One other number that stands out is Susheela Raman's version of an old bollywood number "Ye Mera Deevanapan hai".
This album comes highly recommended.
The album brings to memory the sound of another brilliant soundtrack: Frida. This is clearly a masterpiece that you will be able to enjoy for years to come.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved the movie by the same name, so what better way to evoke memories of such a well-loved film than by listening to its soundtrack. Read morePublished on July 12, 2009 by Kiki
If you enjoyed the movie, you won't be dissapointed with the soundtrack. It actually has the music from the movie, imagine that!Published on June 2, 2009 by K. barbee
Got this soundtrack after watching the movie. It was everything I was expecting and more. The music is a great mix of both modern and traditional Indian music. Read morePublished on February 26, 2009 by Cate0399
Great film. Bought the DVD. Enjoyed the soundtrack so much, I bought the soundtrack. Is currently in my faves playlist on my iPod.Published on February 18, 2009 by Motorod
I had seen the movie which I totally love. And I have a hindu sister in law and neice. And hindu music is something that I have expanded into music collection. Read morePublished on May 18, 2008 by T. Vincek
If you like Indian music, this is very easy listening. It is not punjabi music, which I love. Rather it is more pensive with some upbeat numbers.Published on April 22, 2008 by Jay Labzin