No One Killed Jessica Music Review Rani Mukherji & Vidya Balan In Nokj Movie-doat

Movies-TV No One Killed Jessica is a Indian political crime thriller movie starring Rani Mukerji and Vidya Balan in the lead roles and directed by Rajkumar Gupta.Vidya Balan plays the character of Jessicas elder sister, Sabrina Lal, while Rani played the role of a news reporter. New Delhi, 1999. The guns at Kargil are still blazing when another one goes off, this time in the nation’s capital. Jessica, a young attractive model trying her hand at bartending, is shot dead at a celebrity party. Her crime – refusing to serve a drink after closing hours! The culprit Manish, son of a prominent politician, inebriated by a deadly cocktail of alcohol and a sense of entitlement, pulls the trigger in a fit of rage. With 300 of Delhi’s swish set present at the party, many of whom are witnesses to the murder, Manish looks all set to go to the gallows. Except, that it doesn’t quite turn out that way! Now two women, Jessica’s sister, Sabrina and the feisty TV reporter, Meera will have to drum up every resource at their disposal to outwit Manish at his own game, if the truth is to have any chance of prevailing over money and political clout. Music Review: The music of the movie is .posed by Amit Trivedi. Dilli, a capital anthem! ‘Da da da da dilli,’ Amit Trivedis zinger chart-buster for No One Killed Jessica is an instant hit. Tochi Raina, Shriram Iyer and Aditi Singh Sharma da da da drum it in sync with the percussions, belting out the funk that Amit has not delivered since Dev D. The song is in vein with the angst we heard in Dev Ds mercurial soundtrack last year. Its indicative, that Dilli reminds me of ‘Khalbali’ from Rang De Basanti and in some little measure of ‘Yeh Dilli Hai Mere Yaar’ from Delhi 6 in an off-tune similarity. Dilli is definitely more revved up in tempo, and is likely to score over the Rahman numbers today solely on the strength of its hyper-kinetic energy. I can already picture more gedis circling India Gate. Chalo Dilli! A bevy of singers gherao Aali Re, a bit cacophony in sound, this rowdy number is full rasta-chaap rap spewing street slang like paan-spit around shop corners. Should be fun to watch the montage video when its out on our telly tube. Aitbaar has Vishal Dadlani, famed these days more for his grunge vocals than his .positions, scaling the notes on this beautifully orchestrated track. Amit Trivedi laces his music, as you would lace your drink for a kick. Aitbaar intoxicates. Who needs a punch when khoonkhaar hua aitbaar to sway. Shilpa Rao, who incidentally introduced Amit to Anurag Kashyap, gets Yeh Pal, a sombre track with portentous use of the word mrig trishna to label the worlds opaqueness. She sings almost a cappella, with minimal music taking backstage to her earnest rendition. Its when shes done her singing that music slides upfront; its groove so catchy that youll begin to wonder when you sauntered into something so smooth, and thats surely a nod to Amits fluid rhythm. Dua, as the name suggests, will be the candlelight-vigil song at India Gate with its rousing lyrics soaring up in peaceful rebellion (if there is such a cause). Touching, but does not over-stay its running time. As the year ends, this soundtrack, .ing on the disco heels of Munni and Sheila, is, if you want, a wel.e change from their lusty overtures. And in a year of so many eye-popping scams, its befitting to be apolitical to redeem. Its a disenchanted hum then, da da da da dilli dilli dilli, so hilly-billy. Amit Tridevi’s music in No One Killed Jessica is rocking! About the Author: 相关的主题文章: