RMIM Puraskaar


दीवानी मस्तानी (बाजीराव मस्तानी)
diiwaanii mastaanii (Bajirao Mastani)

संजय लीला भंसाली सिद्धार्थ-गरिमा, नासिर फ़राज़, गणेश चंदनशिवे श्रेया घोषाल  
2.61  2.19  3.01   
Sanjay Leela Bhansali Siddharth–Garima, Nasir Faraaz, Ganesh Chandanshive Shreya Ghoshal  
Jury comments

Shreya makes it a good listen but the song becomes tiring in multiple listening. -Pavan

Shreya sounds strained at the higher pitches. Otherwise the song would have been better than it sounds. -Ketan

Shreya Ghoshal sounds amazingly beautiful in base notes, wonderful composition by SLB. -Shivani

औसत बोलों व धुन के बावजूद श्रेया की आवाज़ और गीत के अंतिम हिस्से में में सससा सारा की सरगम गीत अपनी ओर ध्यान खींचता है। -मनीष

If there is a song in this film that virtually SCREAMS(!) "I am a Sanjay Leela Bhansali song", it is this. It's a quintessentially SLB song, cast in the same mould as "silsila yeh chaahat kaa" from Devdas (2012). And just as that song was, you expect this song, too, to be sung by Shreya, it is so Shreya Ghoshal-ish a song. And of course she does sing it. And how. SLB sets out to create a song that SOUNDS visually stunning, and succeeds to a great extent. -UVR

This is a beautiful song, but taken out of the opulence created by SLB in the video, it will be an easily glossed over number. -Sowmya

Good rhythm arrangement by Nitin shankar. The overall arrangement captures the grandeur needed for the setting in the film. Shreya shines. The melody has a familiar feel to it. The supporting vocals are good. -Sunil

The song begins with a Marathi ‘Powada' (ballad sung in narration style) sung by Ganesh, which describes the “Apsara” who has landed in Peshwa Bajiao’s darbar. Then the Persian style music starts (mandolin?) making the way for Shreya to take center stage. Her rendition is immaculate replete with all the nuances. Finally, the song culminates into a qawwali-sque flavor. Fantastic job by SLB. -Mihir M

The opening was so cool, then shreya comes in!. -Neha

I like the song - from the marathi folk beginning annoucing the arrival, to Shreya's singing, the mandolin piece and the gentle changes through the song (didn't anticipate that 'sab noor noor sa bikhra hai'. Lyrics are adequate with a lot of tuk-bandi that gets a bit tiring by the end. -Subrat

At least has some melody. Sung very well. -Abhay

Visually stunning, but works beautifully as an audio-only experience as well. The tune and structure is quintessentially SLB. Marathi folk and qawwali bookending the main song makes it quite interesting. -Aditya

Lovely song. The video is also well done. -Vinayakam

नोट: गानों को अंक केवल श्रेष्ठता के लिए दिए गए हैं. यानी एक आम गाने को कोई अंक नहीं दिया गया. केवल औसत से बेहतर प्रदर्शन के लिए अंक दिए गए हैं. हर श्रेणी में अधिकतम अंक 5 हैं.
Note: The ratings/scores are on a positive-only scale. This means that an average performance gets a zero and the ratings go up from there. Maximum 5 marks per category.

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