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suggests two things: that people can turn meaningful sounds into meaningful words, They then played those imitations for a new group of volunteers, In fact,director, We think it lent an athleisure feel to her look.White loafers from Chanel and a red and black trendy bag from Christian Louboutin rounded out her look nicely Source: Varinder Chawla In another of her airport looks Arora played up the colour red but this time it was the suede boots that had us hooked Clad in leather pants teamed with a sheer top she added layers to her attire with a leather jacket and we think she looked sharply elegant We like her all-black ensemble which she rounded off with chic shades and a dash of coral on the lips See pics here Source: Varinder Chawla We think both of Arora’s looks were on point and we can surely take winter dressing tips from her What do you think Share your thoughts in the comments’ section below For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: October 26 2010 11:23 am Related News Aamir Khan made an interesting comment a few weeks ago He said that when he decides to work with a filmmakerhe is least concerned about his (director’s) past work Insteadhe is interested in knowing that what he has to offer in future Of course this is a non-conformist approach as 99 per cent of the industry goes with the past record of an artist instead of looking at the future This may be the probIem in the case of AR Rahman too After allright from the days of Roja to RangeelaDil SeSaathiya to Yuvathe music director’s success rate has been impeccable Of course there were occasional setbacks as well but they were for relatively smaller films (Dil Ne Jise Apna KahaaLakeerTehzeebDil Hi Dil MeinVishwa Vidhata) When it came to bigger filmshe never failed to deceive Howeverthe situation is different today The shocking part is that though Rahman is working in the biggest of the filmsthe music isn’t quite turning out to be the biggest of successes Even thoughhis loyal fans are still vouching for himcritics are wary before totally giving up on him and the audience sentiment still conveys: ‘It’s okayhear them a few more timesthe songs are going to grow on you’ The question though is — ‘Till when’ When composers like PritamVishal-Shekhar and Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy are churning out at least a couple of chartbusters in every big album of theirsit is nothing less than disappointing to see soundtracks like Jhootha Hi SahiRobot and Raavan not becoming quite the rage — especially with the name Rahman attached to them Noone is not commenting on the quality of the songs here Not as of now at least Howeverwhen it comes to that single ‘chartbuster’ that makes an album stand out from the crowd at the music standsit is sadly missing The phase Every creative individual has a phase when he looses his touch Sachin Tendulkar had a bad phase where he was out of action for long Amitabh Bachchan had a period of low as well Amongst filmmakerseven directors like Manmohan Desai and Prakash Mehra lost their touch after being on the top for long Sadlythey could never recover Same seems to be the case with Subhash Ghai as well Howeverthere are some who continue to reinvent themselves Salman Khan showed that in Dabangg Ram Gopal Varma has recently done so with Rakht Charitra Pritam keeps changing his sound every two years to be ahead of the competition Howeverif one looks at last half a decade journey of AR Rahmanit has been patchy to say the least Of course the supporters are bound to come out with their daggers at this point itself Slumdog Millionaire — they will scream ‘He got us multiple Oscars’ — they will remind This is the point where one goes back to the thought shared by Aamir Khan Do we want to be content with past achievements or do we want to now look into future and see what’s new in the offing If one does thatit is crystal clear that post Slumdog MillionaireRahman hasn’t been churning out marvellous albums with as much consistency as he did in the earlier years The fact Of course pre-Slumdog MillionaireRahman did have a good phase rolling for him If one looks at the second half of the current decademusic of Rang De Basanti and Guru was much appreciated There were quite a few awards coming his way as well though it is the music of Rang De Basanti which is played more than the others Jodhaa Akbar saw mixed reviews coming its way but still went on to gain popularity over the weeks Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Naa saw instant appreciation coming its way as it established a strong connect with the youth On the other handYuvvraaj was a mixed bag It was not a patch on Subhash Ghai-Rahman’s earlier collaboration Taal and was picked up only by hardcore fans Ghajini was good but it worked as instant coffee Todayexcept for a song or twoGhajini doesn’t quite find many listeners Now let’s look at the albums which have been released after Slumdog Millionaire Delhi 6 was actually an even better album and it is one of the unfortunate cases of a soundtrack not quite getting its duebecause of the failure of the film at the box office Whatever impression that the album managed to makeit was mainly due to its own merits Otherwise on the part of the makersthey seemed to be least bothered about killing a wonderful song like ‘Rehna Tu’ with an unimaginative picturisation which did more harm to it than helping its cause Lack of mass appeal Howeverafter thatRahman is yet to deliver a soundtrack that worked with the masses Againsome of these albums did boast of good songs but then paying public didn’t share similar sentiments Blue didn’t make much inroads into audience hearts and just like the filmthe music too went down Though much was expected from the soundtrack here in terms of commercial returnsthe results were not as expected Early this yearthe soundtrack of Raavan released and though the music was as per the film’s setting and was appreciated by the criticsaudience weren’t much enticed The music didn’t pick up much before the release of the film and its disastrous response at the box office meant that there were no hopes left whatsoever for the soundtrack to show any resurgence thereafter What was worse was the fact that it was the coming back of Mani Ratnam-Rahman combination after Dil Se and Yuva but still lack of a single mass appealing chartbuster track meant that ‘Raavan’ was relegated to being a classy album but that’s about it Robot was worse There are talks about the music being successful down South and to be fair to the albumit makes sense as well since the soundtrack had been composed primarily for a Tamil film Stillif a film is as massive as a Rajnikanth-Aishwarya Rai starrer and has been planned for a dubbed Hindi release as wellone does expect something that catered to universal audience This didn’t turn out to be the case for Robot though with critics as well as audience giving the music a big thumbs down Yesa major culprit here of course was lyricist Swanand Kirkire who made a complete mumbo-jumbo of the album Stillthe fact remains that Robot would go down as a major disappointment in the repertoire of Rahman music The flak So far audience has stayed on to be patient and expecting Rahman to strike big sooner than latter Howeverwhen an album like Jhootha Hi Sahi comes and gets panned by mostespecially after the film is seen in screensit is crystal clear that the man of the moment – AR Rahman – is going through an all time low On its arrivalone didn’t mind Jhootha Hi Sahi even though songs like ‘Cry Cry’ and ‘Maiyya Yashoda’ were hardly the kind of songs that have a Rahman stamp or a chartbuster appeal to them Rest of the album did have a few songs that could have been liked by those who wanted their music to be soft Howeverthe audience was not hooked Jhootha Hi Sahi was a setback for themespecially so since it came around the same time when Rahman’s song for Commonwealth Games was being panned by one and all The cracks had started appearing a few months ago; now they were only becoming wider album after album End of road Of course when something like this happensthere are extreme reactions Faithful followersfor whom Rahman has been invinciblearen’t willing to hear anything negative whatsoever and only end up becoming far more vicious towards the ones who are pointing a finger On the other handthe ones who are raising a finger turn totally opinionated and refuse to look at any redeeming aspects whatsoever This is where one is required to look at the entire situation in a rational manner YesRahman hasn’t delivered a chartbuster album for quite some time Alsohis songs are nowhere near his best But stillthey haven’t been out and out poor affair either It isn’t as if he has consciously decided to let go of a few opportunities by coming up with half hearted attempts It isn’t as if he has started picking a dozen odd albums a year due to which quality is suffering It isn’t as if he has is willing to let go of Bollywood due to his commitments out there in West It’s just that he seems to be going through a block where mass appealing chartbuster soundtrack is difficult to come by Blame it on the genre of films that he is workingthe way filmmakers have picturised his songsthe bad run of many of his movies at theatres or sheer disinterest from audience which is getting its staple diet of popular music from Bollywood’s own like PritamVishal-Shekhar or Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy Whatever be the case but all Rahman needs to deliver is that one popular score — It’s okay if it follows a conventional flavourdoesn’t redefine the sound of music or catch fancy among critics As long as it works with the masses and sells like hot cakesit would be a news good enough for Bollywood Will Imtiaz Ali’s Rockstar (starring Ranbir Kapoor) turn out to be that one album Let’s hope and pray For all the latest Entertainment News download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 7 “Being a father I am proud of this attitude of hers.honeyleaf,” added co-author Michael Baiocchi. 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