Revisiting Rockstar’s JukeBox
A decade prior, Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Rockstar’ came into our lives and figured out how to track down a super durable spot toward the edge of our souls. Heer and Jordan were simply names given to Ranbir Kapoor and Nargis Fakhri’s characters. In any case, they became unfading in our souls for cherishing enthusiastically, rising above the limits set by society.
In any case, once more, the greatest aspect of Imtiaz Ali’s film was not Jordan and Heer. The movie’s genuine legends were music chief A.R Rahman and lyricist and writer Irshad Kamil, who teamed up to give us jewels like ‘Kun Faya Kun’, ‘Tum Ho’ and ‘Nadaan parindey’. Each melody from the film didn’t simply find protection put on our playlists yet wound up turning into a piece of our lives.
Heer gets hitched to another person, and Jordan leaves upon his excursion of becoming Jordan the Rockstar. All through the melodies, we see Jordan winding up through his music. Be that as it may, he proceeds to ache for Heer. The film flawlessly catches the disarray in Heer and Jordan’s brains in light of cultural limits and development.
All tunes attempt to depict Jordan as a drifter, and all through the film attempts to detangle the disarray of his brain. ‘Katiya Karun’ sung by Harshdeep Kaur, depicts a lady’s sentiments when she becomes hopelessly enamored. Irshad Kamil’s verses have figured out how to catch the vibe of ‘another adoration’ flawlessly.
‘Phir Se Ud Chala’ marks the start of Jordan’s excursion. His heart is broken, the lady he cherishes has hitched another person, and he’s attempting to wind up in the midst of the confusion of his life.
In ‘Nadaan Parinday’, Jordan begs the world to be thoughtful and not exploit his messed-up heart. The melody is set in the film at the end when Jordan is nearly losing his first love, and he has completely disrupted his vocation.
The beginning of Kun Faya Kun is from the Arabic words “Kun”, and which signifies “to be” or “to exist”, and “Faya Kun” signifies “it is”. The strict interpretation of Kun Faya Kun is “Be, and it is”.
‘Jo bhi main kehna chahun’ was a legitimate endeavor by Irshad Kamil to acquaint Jordan’s characters with the crowd. Regardless of his heart being perfectly located, at times his words neglected to convey how he felt.
‘Hawa Hawa’ is a misjudged melody, however, it conveys Heer’s sentiments. In spite of being hitched to a wealthy family, Heer is miserable in her marriage. She has all that a young lady might at any point require, yet she actually experiences psychological well-being issues.
This movie and its soundtrack will always be a part of my life. What do you think Rockstar, comment below.