Munna Bhai is top of the pops
If one number has underlined its supremacy over all others, it is Dekh Le Seekh Le of Munnabhai M.B.B.S.india Updated: Mar 20, 2004 12:57 IST
At the onset of summer the city’s party animals are rocking to the remix of Chhod Do Anchal (originally composed by S D Burman) by Bombay Vikings.
And recent Bollywood releases like Kiska Hai Yeh Tumko Intezar from Main Hoon Na, which make for some great listening, are finding takers too. Still, if one number has underlined its supremacy over all others, it is Dekh Le Seekh Le of Munnabhai M.B.B.S. It is a floor burner along with Sajna Ve Sajna from Chameli. Nothing gets the crowd grooving like good old Bollywood.
|Ruling The Charts|
DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince: Summertime (A really cool old school R&B track for the summer). It also has some good lyrics to go with the bass, says DJ Rohan Bharadwaj of Ricks)
Sean Paul: Still In Love (R & B is on the rise now, says Sunny Sarid of Café Sound of Music.)
Kahi Na Kaho from Murder: The song is sexy with a lot of wow factor, avers DJ Vikrant Pahwa of Nightlife.
DekhLe from Munnabhai M.B.B.S: The song has a clubby feel and an international touch with a mix of reggae and techno rap, says Rummy Sharma of Capitol.
Sunrise by Norah Jones: A light and lively single from her latest album. The relaxed style of her music makes for good listening in the early part of the evening, says DJ Roch of Agni.