10 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This intense drama about Indian freedom fighters jumps back and forth between the present and the past, and A. R. Rahman’s impressive soundtrack similarly flows seamlessly between a disparate array of moods and styles. He incorporates tradition on "Ik Onkar", a Sikh prayer sung with an affecting sincerity by Harshdeep Kaur, while the electronics and dance beats of "Masti Ki Paathshala" and "Khalbali" highlight Rahman’s modern side, and "Luka Chuppi," his tender, tear-jerking duet with Lata Mangeshkar, transcends any era.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This intense drama about Indian freedom fighters jumps back and forth between the present and the past, and A. R. Rahman’s impressive soundtrack similarly flows seamlessly between a disparate array of moods and styles. He incorporates tradition on "Ik Onkar", a Sikh prayer sung with an affecting sincerity by Harshdeep Kaur, while the electronics and dance beats of "Masti Ki Paathshala" and "Khalbali" highlight Rahman’s modern side, and "Luka Chuppi," his tender, tear-jerking duet with Lata Mangeshkar, transcends any era.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
28 Ratings
28 Ratings
HelloMyNameIsStaticShock ,

Rang De Bansanti

My favorite track is the title track. I like to picture my favorite fluffy boi dancing in the streets of Mumbai to that one

Shivu10 ,

Ik Onkar

I love the song Ik Onkar!It has a soft soothing melody!

Lovinittoo ,

Brilliant album

One of A R Rahman's best. Without a doubt, will leave a lasting impression.

But, very disappointed with the credits for the songs. Each song only lists one singer, when clearly there are more for several of the songs. Plus some of the listings are just plain wrong. This is an official version of the soundtrack, not an illegal rip, yeah? Then why the sloppiness? Credit where credit is due, people. Not crediting Lata Mangeshkar for Lukka Chuppi is blasphemy!

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