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Tom Dick Harry Music Review

Tom Dick Harry Music Review
Dino Morea, Jimmy Shergill, Celina Jaitley, Anuj Sawhney, Gulshan Grover, Shakti Kapoor, Sanjay Mishra, Aditya Lakhia, Javed Khan, Avtar Gill, Rakesh Bedi, Kunika, Kim Sharma
Deepak Tijori
Sudhir Kumar, Surendra Bhatia, Avinash Bhatia
Tom, Dick, Harry and Himesh create a storm
Wednesday, March 22, 2006 • Hindi Comments

Wake up to the song that is taking the nation by the storm. And it is titled 'Jhoom Jhoom'. After 'Dhoom Machale' created 'dhoom' all over, its the time for 'Jhoom' to make you sway to its beats - courtesy a man who is surprisingly being criticized by many today - HIMESH RESHAMMIYA! The composer/singer who has found a hit formula for the magic portion of creating popular music, Reshammiya churns out yet another chartbuster score for the film 'Tom Dick and Harry'. A small film by Deepak Tijori that is now suddenly becoming BIG due to the song's presence and phenomenal publicity, 'Tom Dick and Harry' is now one of the most keenly awaited film this April, courtesy 'Jhoom' that has got it into this season's map. Sameer writes the lyrics while DJ Akbar Sami does the remix for each of the songs except one.

1) Jhoom Jhoom (Original and remix) [Himesh Reshammiya]

Is there really any need to detail the song? So much has the popularity soared for this number in a matter of a fortnight that the album is being picked up from the stands just on the basis of 'Jhoom'. The video has been shot in the same manner as most of the recent Reshammiya numbers and this promotional number is certainly vying for the top slot in a couple of week's time. Sheer rhythm that makes 'Jhoom' and instantly catchy number, it has that feel-good factor that makes it immensely popular amongst all age groups. After 'Jhalak Dikhlaja' [Aksar], 'Jhoom' is now the talk of the town with Akbar Sami's remix adding on to the spice.

2) Tere Sang Ishq (Original and remix) [Himesh Reshammiya, Tulsi Kumar]

Highly popular track in the making - that's the way to aptly define 'Tere Sang Ishq' that falls in Reshammiya's territory. A fast paced number sung in high pitch by Reshammiya along with Tulsi Kumar who has been consistently delivering hits since she started off with 'Aksar', 'Tere Sang Ishq' is again based on rhythm and one can expect a music video to be out soon. This is THE kind of number that deserves to have a remix version and one has great hopes from Akbar Sami to deliver. Deliver he does, and in style as he comes up with such an arrangement that makes you long for the dance floors. Don't worry about the lyrics - just get into the groove!

3) Tanha Jiya Na Jaaye (Original and remix) [Himesh Reshammiya, Ahir]

Reshammiya, the singer, makes it three in a row as he comes behind the mike once again for 'Tanha Jiya Na Jiya'. A song with melody and a faint attempt at hip-hop, 'Tanha Jiya Na Jaaye' is a love song presented in Reshammiya brand of music [yes, he does have a brand name to his music now], and it doesn't disappoint at all. Newcomer Ahir gives him able company as he goes ahead with his rendition. Such is the power of Reshammiya as a singer/composer today that on hearing his song, one can't imagine anyone else apart from him in his trademark attire and a mike close to his mouth. This too, when there are as many as 3 heroes in the film!

4) Yeu Kasi Kasi (Original and remix) [Sonu Nigam, Richa sharma]

A fun number targeted for the front benchers, 'Yeu Kasi Kasi' gets you back to the 80s mood in terms of styling. A kind of time pass masala number that could have made Bappi Lahiri proud, 'Yeu Kasi Kasi' is a rhythmic number that is high on beats. Inspite of Sonu Nigam's presence, it is Richa Sharma's voice that stays with you once the song along with its much faster remix version is through.

5) Cheena Re Cheena (Original and remix) [Sunidhi Chauhan, Arya]

Things continue to move at high pace, this time with a flute dominating the proceedings that carries on the rhythmic mood. Yet another track that has the potential to scale up to the charts, this Sunidhi