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Music Review | Bhakar

With the three songs on this album, music composer Rohit Nagbhide has tried to do a balancing act with happy and the sad songs that represent the farmers' lives.

The first song 'San Aala.. Polyacha San Ha Aala', sung by Dnyaneshwar Meshram, is based on the bull-worshipping festival. Dnyaneshwar sings the song of the soil with rustic flavours. The music reminds you of the sound played by the rural folk during the celebratory jatras. Lyricist Kavita Pimple's writing complements the music of the film.

Second song, 'Daivane Dila.. Karmane Nela', is a track based on the many difficulties faced by farmers that force them to give up farming and at times take extreme steps such as committing suicide. Singer Nandesh Umap keeps the emotion of the song in tandem with its music.

Voiced by Nandesh and Madhura Kumbhar, 'Rakhaditun', the last song on the album is equally emotional. With rustic melody and folk-style singing, the songs do justice to the storyline and are good to be heard once.

Music Review | Bhakar Reviewed by Marathi Celebs on May 23, 2014 Rating: 5

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