Tie-Breaker Round: Anuradha Paudwal

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Posted: 12 years ago
Anuradha Paudwal

Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin

Please rate her performance 1-10.

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  • You ARE rating how well she sang in this song in particular
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  • Final score will be computed after about 2 days of voting and after judges have also given their ratings

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Edited by risingabove - 12 years ago
Posted: 12 years ago
This is the better of the three tracks, but by only just.

Its anuradhaji's all round talent that comes int play in cleverly disguising the plain mediocre background tunes which were "unfortunate" (pun intended) weaknesses of earlier bhatt camp movies.
She dutifully applies whole lot of small variations to her voice to lift the track to tolerable and listenable status.

Its a good track, no doubt but anuradhaji's sincere effort has played a vital role in making it "good".

Some high points include her voice quality (as always), modulations in between and most importantly, consistent levels of up/down variation of scales, even if it is less than half-like plus/ minus 0.2-0.3 etc. That does earn some brownie points.

But singularly, the background musical score is quite a disappointment, literally makes you sleep if just listened to it in instrumental format.

I voted 8, probably for her voice and efforts to make this track from a "dull" status into a "listenable status". But a tie breaker-elimination round means that I would settle for a 7.5.

rated 8/10.
My score: 7.5/10.

Posted: 12 years ago
She sung without passion, nothing special...


Posted: 12 years ago
i remember when this song came out... :)  i had absolutely adored the movie... lol... pooja bhatt and aamir were so cute together... still, i prefer the original with nargis and raj kapoor... :)

about the song... anuradha sang it good... my rating is 8 out of 10...!
Posted: 12 years ago
Great song selection,

She won Filmfare Playback Singer of the Year for this

Though it is old, and the track audio quality isn't that great.
Edited by ssk13809 - 12 years ago
Posted: 12 years ago
What a classic song!

The voice quality is aptly utilized. The expressions are nice, subtle but could have been more romantic, according to me. There are nice variations introduced in almost every line of the song. More emotion could have enhanced it even more, as the lyrics are so passionate themselves.

The throw is right, but in parts it fades out from its set standard on the required places. The persistent delicacy in the voice is there, which is the requirement. However, the voice turns quite sharp in parts of the song. The singing could have been better in parts. Overall, a calm, serene performance, definitely.

I would like to give a 7 out of 10 to this performance.
Posted: 12 years ago
Great singing by Anuradha Paudwalji!

Very nicely sung throughout. There was great attention to the smallest details in the singing. This made it tougher than usual. Almost every line was more than just normally sung. There wasn't much difference, but there were small differences throughout the song.

The singing was not so difficult. Though with the small details, it does become more difficult. Great soft and smoothness throughout the song. A big hit in the early 90s because of her.

Overall, great singing. I agree she might've lacked some feel to the song, that the other singers had. Nonetheless, her singing was great, good attention to the small details, and overall great singing. Not quite a 9 because of the lack of feel.

Rating: 8/10

Posted: 12 years ago
Originally posted by ssk13809

Great song selection,

She won Filmfare Playback Singer of the Year for this

Though it is old, and the track audio quality isn't that great.

Alkaji won NATIONAL AWARD (more prestigious and competitive than FIlmfare) for Kuch Kuch Hota Hai but she got a relatively poor response LOL

Anuradha Paudwal Radha

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