MouthShut.com Would Like to Send You Push Notifications. Notification may includes alerts, activities & updates.

For Brands

You have updated your profile successfully.

Profile Image

Profile Image

smita shenoy
@sapnasmom


VERIFY YOUR CONTACT NUMBER

Please enter your valid contact number to receive OTP.

+91

Submit

sapnasmom's Timeline

Reviewed Jilinu Oru Kadhal Songs

Sep 18, 2006 06:33 PM 1989 Views

Rahman can be considered the pioneer for making Tamil musicuniversal. People wait eagerly for a Rahman album to hit the stores. Nowonder then that Jillunu Oru Kaadhal is selling like hot cakes. AndRahman does not disappoint his fans. Each number on the compilation isa gem by itself. Kummi adi -S...Read more

Commented on own review

Sep 17, 2006 01:13 PM

to each his own, i guess. SRK does look bad in the song but i thought karu looked great. Thx for ur views. Am looking forward to the movie too.

Reviewed Golmaal (2006)

Sep 16, 2006 11:33 PM 4070 Views

There’s something about this title that inspires a genuine comedy from its director. While, Hrishi da’s Golmaal with the inimitable Utpal Dutt and the evergreen Amol Palekar is already Bollywood legend, Rohit Shetty manages to raise quite a laugh with the new version as well. Although, the plot ...Read more

Commented on own review

Sep 16, 2006 11:19 PM

Thanks for the comments. yep, kareena does look hot in the video. And, do not get discouraegd. Keep writing. All the best.

Reviewed Don Songs

Sep 16, 2006 11:05 PM 3314 Views

The problem with this album is that it suffers from the inevitable comparison with the original at every stage and falls flat in most cases. Don-The title song is slickly packaged by Shankar Ehsaan Loy. To Shaan’s credit, he renders the number in his unique signature style enabling us to forg...Read more

Reviewed Omkara

Sep 15, 2006 10:27 AM 4188 Views

His films are as offbeat as his musical compositions yet both manage to touch a chord in the audience heart. After the hugely successful Makdee and the critically acclaimed Maqbool, director Vishal Bharadwaj is back with Omkara, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Othello. Vishal has juxtaposed this ...Read more

Reviewed Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna

Sep 15, 2006 10:24 AM 1636 Views

The trouble with candyfloss directors is that they are inept to handle subjects alien to them. Sooraj Barjatya faced this issue when he changed tack from old-fashioned romances and tried to make a so-called modern love story called Main Prem Ki Deewani. Now, Karan Johar faces a similar stumbling...Read more

Reviewed Krrish Songs

Sep 15, 2006 10:21 AM 2543 Views

Rajesh Roshan has put in his best efforts for brother Rakesh Roshan’s movies, but this time the album is comme ci comme ca. A few songs are dazzling while the rest are dull. Pyar ki ek kahani- Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal recreate their Piyu bole (Parineeta) magic in this childishly innocent...Read more

Reviewed Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna Songs

Sep 15, 2006 10:18 AM 5345 Views

These are my mother's views on the album. I am posting it here as she is not computer savvy. Having given music for all the young guns of Bollywood (Nikhil Advani, Shaad Ali) Shankar-ehsaan-Loy have mastered the art of feeling the pulse of the youth and delivering numbers which are melodious,...Read more

Commented on own review

Apr 25, 2006 09:32 AM

Yeah! Gangster is my current fave.Cool songs. Tu hi meri shab is my fave track too.

Commented on own review

Apr 16, 2006 08:03 AM

Yeah! the album is no great shakes but it is timepass fare. You will enjoy it, i think. Thanks for the comment Smita

Reviewed Pyare Mohan Songs

Apr 14, 2006 11:33 PM 2616 Views

(Updated Apr 14, 2006 11:33 PM)

Just when you thought that Anu Malik had been buried in the Himesh and Pritam melody deluge he is back, not with a bang, but a small blast nevertheless with his latest offering, Inder Kumar’s Pyare Mohan. And the collection has pretty decent tunes that make for an enjoyable evening. The...Read more

Reviewed Gangster Songs

Apr 14, 2006 11:29 PM 3703 Views

(Updated Sep 15, 2006 10:15 AM)

Himesh Reshammiya and Pritam are arguably the two most happening music directors of Gen X with each trying to unconsciously be one up on the other. So, if Himesh took the country by storm with his debut album Pritam is back with his most thought provoking composition till date- Gangster. Don’t g...Read more

Reviewed Banaras Songs

Apr 14, 2006 11:27 PM 2368 Views

(Updated Apr 14, 2006 11:27 PM)

A powerful cast, a strong screenplay and a hardhitting story make Banaras a movie to be reckoned with. The ample recognition received by it at various festivals proves this. So, the choice of Himesh Reshammiya as its music director comes as a surprise. One would have imagined somebody along the ...Read more

Commented on sachien's review

Nov 13, 2005 06:30 PM

Sachein, This revu deserved the ROTD tag. Garam Masala is a Hindi remake of the mallu hit Boeing Boeing which is again a copy of the Hollywood flick by the same name. Agreed it is a laugh riot. And God knows, with all the tension and stress around we are in bad need of laughter. But the only object...ion I had to this movie was the portrayal of women as mere props. They are shown as objects to please men and that seems to be their be all and end all in this flick. Hope Priyan does justice to his heroines in his forthcoming films by portraying them as women of substance instead of dull headed bimbettes. Keep penning your thoughts SmitaRead More

Commented on arvindpm's review

Nov 12, 2005 04:12 PM

It is sad that red tapism and bias is ruining Indian cinema's image abroad. Giving precedence to a film like Paheli over classics like Black is bad enough. But to actually send it as India's entry for the Oscars is ridiculous. This is the catrgory which featured gems like Mother India, Mughal e Azam... and more recently Lagaan. How can the esteemed jury decide to put Indian cinema at stake just to please a few top guns. If we do not give cinema the respect it deserves we cannot expect it to respect us. SmitaRead More

Commented on chand_tare's review

Nov 12, 2005 12:38 PM

That was a great review on a not so great album. Agreed that Himesh is one of the few Gen Next composers who have a sense of melody but too much of a good thing is a bad thing And I believe that Himesh is overworked. Almost five albums in three months can take a toll on anybody. Himesh's tunes sound... worn out. The album seems heavily influenced by Nadeem Shravan's style of composing. Though the tunes are decent compared to the cacophonic din that is predominating the music industry nowadays, it is nowhere close to what Himesh is capable of. Tere Naam and Ashiq Banaya Aapne still remain his best creations. Waiting for similar gems from the whizkid. Keep penning your thoughts SmitaRead More

Commented on own review

Nov 12, 2005 12:27 PM

See u hav got it bang on when u say it invokes laughter at times. The phrase 'at times' is the worrying factor for th eshow organisers. Initially, it made us laugh at all times, now it has come down to 'at times' Soon it will be 'never'. Thx for the comments Smita

Commented on own review

Nov 12, 2005 12:25 PM

Yeah. The contestants pulling each other's leg all the time is not funny at all. As u said, they shud have quit when they were ahead. Still it is not too late. The show shud either improve or go off air Smita

Commented on own review

Nov 12, 2005 12:23 PM

Thanks for your comment. The show shud improve a bit to maintain its rating Smita

X