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Author:  simplecoffee [ Fri Nov 18, 2011 9:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Hi There, Dreamcat

Or, In Which Cain Will Not Shut Up About Khvaabon. XD

NO, IT'S NOT DON 2 YET. That will be tomorrow. But this had to be done, and I've got far too much to say about Don 2 so it has to be in a separate post. Do be kind to me and read this before you decide to get annoyed with me. :P

I've got semester exams in a while, so I'm just dropping in to take a look at all the latest tracks - and then some. There's a lot to say; here goes.
(Shortest. Cain Express. Intro. Ever. XD)

Ajab Hulchul Si (Loot) is something I saw the names of multiple artists (KK, Shaan, Kunal, Vasundhara and Pinky Chinoy) on, and thought would be like old times. Old times, of course, being O Humdum Suniyo Re and It's The Time To Disco and Janaabe Ali (there, now the Venn diagram is complete. XD), and the cheerful KK/Shaan/Kunal camaraderie that was just...happy, there's no other word for it. On listening to the song, however, things turned out rather different.
There is, for instance, a suspicious lack of Shaan. There's a strange guy I don't recognize instead...who, frankly, may or may not be Pinky Chinoy. Also there's a twirly English vocal segment in two places, which I chopped off.
Kunal sounds sort of off his game too, but KK is as command-gold as ever, and the chorus segment is extremely appealing. I did a lot of very heavy editing in order to keep the song on the strength of that chorus segment and his background 'wo-o-o' alone. 'Course, the few lines he has in one stanza helped that case too - Khud pe tu kaabu toh rakh zaraa, zaraa, zaraa made me certain I had to do something to save it. XD
Basically Ajab Hulchul Si is an old-time song that didn't quite make it to that time, and is therefore stuck in limbo with its molecules scattered all over the place.
A funny thing about the lyrics is that KK begins with Ajab hulchul si kyon meri dhadkan mein hai...and then the other two continue in the second person. Maybe they used the wrong recording or something, because he's speaking in second person later on as well, but it makes me giggle because it sounds like he's fallen in love and the other two are trying to get him to calm down about it. And then he switches to trying to calm himself down about it. It's plausible and insane. XD

Ishq Honthon Se (Jo Hum Chaahein) was evidently supposed to be a second Khudaa Jaane, but it isn't. :P I admit I'm having a little trouble with this song because I keep expecting Shreya to start saying rab raakhaaa before the chorus - no really, it's annoying, I don't know what's wrong with my brain - but his humming between the stanzas is adorable, and sharmaa rahi hain nazrein, mere chehre se jo guzre is, even if it's a pretty sad rhyme, breathless and romantic and just passionate enough to tip you over the edge.
Shreya tweeted about this song, saying 'A big hug to the fabulous Sachin and my cosinger KK.' I think we're all agreed that there can never be enough hugs for KK.

Abhi Abhi (Jo Hum Chaahein) was perfectly fine once I removed the rather shrill female voice in the beginning. I really feel like a surgeon now. XD
It has an ordinary kind of intro - but then he goes low and soft and devastating and dips below the threshold of everything it is legal to do to somebody.
People generally rave about his high notes, and they are gorgeous, but I have a weakness for his low notes: the ones people don't usually talk about because they don't think going low is that big a deal. Maybe my gender has something to do with this, because his low notes do something to the base of my spine; he does it in Dilnashin - he does it in Teri Tamanna - he does it in a lot of others, and now he's done it again in Abhi Abhi.
In Abhi Abhi, though, it's one hell of a lot more hard-hitting than in any of the others. Dilnashin, you see, has overwhelming passion; Teri Tamanna has sexual tension, but in Abhi Abhi there simply isn't anything else. There's just that low intensity, that aankhon mein baarishein hain...baadal ki saazishein hain..., that emptiness that dares to tell of impending recovery from whatever it is that's hurt him.
(Which is apparently love, which brings one back to the Cineraria Question - why would anyone ever break this wonderful guy's heart?)

Yaadon Ke Album (My Friend Pinto) is nostalgic and adorable. It's immediately apparent that no one else could have carried off the seamless fabric of Hindi and English (phir nukeeli karen zaraa puraani pencilon ko kharonch ke...) that makes its lyrics, or the old-world chalk-and-crayon aura that is the stitching. I love his matter-of-fact approach to the whole thing, his businesslike Okay, I've had just about enough of living in the stodgy present day - c'mon, let's run across a field and feel the wind in our hair or somethin'. (No, the song doesn't actually say that, but can't you hear him say it? ;)) The listener is his comrade - his partner in mischief, if you will - and therefore gets to journey into the past with him, eat toffees and fly kites and sharpen pencils with him, and grin at him as he drops his g's. I'm almost sure he drops his g's when he's enjoyin' himself. XD
It's an obscure little song, and I'm ridiculously fond of it because he somehow manages to get you high on soft rock, adrenaline, nostalgia and pure glee all at the same time.
Thi zindagi ki hui jahaan subah...

Tere Naam Se (Ye Stupid Pyaar) is a sweet little track, almost-fluffy romantic (almost because it's a solo, not a duet, and that in itself calls for a certain degree of intensity - you can't really be ridiculously fluffy unless someone else is being ridiculously fluffy with you.) I had to do a little repair work here too, removing some chap who was saying something about looking at somebody's face and therefore being amazed. It was damned hard in this case, but it was worth it, because without the guy it's brilliant. The rhythm is captivating, he flows with the music, the aura is that of a cool valley in autumn, and the way he says humnavaa is adorable. ;)
Koi aarzoo rahi na, koi justujoo bachi naa, milaa sab tere naam se...
Chhoone se tere mehkaa hoon, raghbat mein teri behkaa hoon, jo main hoon tere naam se...
And okay, raghbat. Which could mean desire...or pleasure...or both.
...And I'm in love with him all over again. X)

Desi Boyz (title track) is pretty ridiculous to anyone who isn't acquainted with the KK canon, but to anyone who is it is delicious.
The deliciousness starts with the Punjabi. Now a lot of people (including, incidentally, my mother) have squealed about the fact that he sounds so genuinely Punjabi - but as he's a Delhi guy, I don't think that's ever really been an issue for him. :P What gets me about the Punjabi is a) the flirty tongue-in-cheek tone of it all, and b) the fact that it's immediately followed by the chorus in his completely normal Western-ish Delhi-Hindi accent. Which, if you think about it, is a blatant method of conveying that the Punjabi was just a veneer put on with the intention of snaring people. He's basically admitting right there that he's been playing you, he's a charmer and he knows it, and you know you love him and will forgive him anything. Who the hell except KK could carry this off? Mind = blown.
I keep imagining this video to be something a lot more subtle and a lot less chauvinistic than the womanizing parade John Abraham and Akshay Kumar no doubt have in mind. I interpret the song as a sort of answer to 'Desi Girl', detailing what charmers desi boys are. (And who better for the task?) So I see the video as a succession of scenes which are representative in pop-culture terms of general hotness. A suit and cufflinks/rifle for James Bond, deep yellow and dark grey with a phaser for James Kirk, that lame purple shirt for an Aaj-Ki-Raat looking setting...you see where I'm going here? Subtle indications of true desi guys being above all such obvious gimmickry. Trouble is I can't really think of anyone doing it. I could see KK in the role if it weren't for the Jim Kirk angle, because KK with a phaser? Too insane an idea to exist. XD
(Though actually, scratch that - I could totally see KK with a phaser. He'd have fun with science-fictional technology even if the science left him a little bewildered. ;))
Hum yaaron bigde hain - dil apnaa hai shareef badaa!
Oh, the drama. You'll even forgive him the drama because you love him and he knows it. Ladykiller kahin ka. *pats him affectionately*

Khvaabon (Force) is something we've all been waiting for for ages - and particularly Cain. Kuldeep and I were having a random conversation about being rock-starved one day, and I mentioned the fact that language is more important to me than most other people on the KK circuit and therefore I wanted a Hindi version of Uyirin Uyire / Cheliya Cheliya. Next thing we knew, there was the promo. It was extremely uncanny. XD
The female of the 'hook line' sounded like she was possibly speaking in Arabic, but apparently what she was saying had no meaning in any language, so that made her even more expendable than she was already. I drove myself mad taking her out, but I did it.
I'm pretty much in love with Khvaabon - not in the way, for instance, that I love Power Ballad or Kaisa Ye Raaz Hai, but I do love Khvaabon quite insanely. There are so many things about it that are just pure brilliance. It's a little off the beaten track in general; that could be because it's technically from the South, so to speak, but all I know is it works phenomenally well in Hindi. Khvaabon is seamless and beautiful and could never have worked without his unobtrusive genius: he's the weave that unites the heavy beat and electric guitars with the sitars and gives the song its general aura.
It is a song of love, but it goes much deeper than what it seems. Quoting from Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime: "Are you thinking of plunging the room into darkness? It can't be done." "Just so; I can't give you darkness. But extremes meet, you know. What about light?" As he spoke, he touched the match to something he held in his hand, and threw it down upon the table. A blinding glare filled the room.
The blinding glare turned out to have been burning magnesium, but my point is this: As bright and cheery as Khvaabon seems at first, it's actually passionate and dark; it's that intellectual ground where extremes meet to achieve the same end. It's woven, fluid, involved, a mass of threads that are inextricable from each other and unspeakably gorgeous in their intricacy.
The first clue that the track is more than just a love song is in his voice: we know how he sounds when he's being romantic, what his audible adoring Simple-Si-Coffee smile sounds like, and this isn't it - it's ferocious, fiery-eyed passion. The second is the words. Saanson mein hai nashaa and ab iraade hi naye hain are hints; the revelation is at Kam naa ho deevaangi apni!...which would, incidentally, be the best toast ever. This is love intense and tumultous, surging and compelling, seared in blood over hydrocarbon flame and sealed with the pact implicit in the second stanza: Goonje hain jo geet sureele...Mann jo inki madiraa peele...Hum behte jaayenge, hum kehte jaayenge, haan... (followed by an extremely gorgeous fade into the chorus. You all know the progressive high note I'm talking about; that note is what reminded me of magnesium in the first place. Hello, chemical metaphors. Also, hello, KK, you're hot.)
I love the fact that the music backs him up entirely here. It's reassuringly constant during the stanzas and enticingly different at each chorus - the beat is present throughout the first chorus, starts at raahon raahon in the second and at khoye khoye in the third, which is delicious. Khvaabon, like Lamhaa, flows like a story to its natural conclusion...which, I've suddenly realized, is why I've been alternating them like a crazy person all these days.
I have also just realized that throughout this song, the aura that's been chasing me and eluding description for so long is that of a cheetah. He is...well, he is any number of different wildcats, and I am his.

...Also re Khvaabon, here's the , in which he confirms the dark aura of it all (and therefore vindicates my analysis entirely, for which I could hug him), and is also just adorably self-conscious enough to actually put the 'v' in 'khvaabon'. I've mentioned on this forum before that I always spell it with a v because I hear traces of it in his voice even when he doesn't explicitly say it, but well...here he is, saying it. :P
He also uses phrases like 'Stark. At the same time colourful,' which is a) entirely freakin' accurate and b) probably something I would say, so yeah. Gorgeous and hugworthy. X)


Also worth mentioning is , which consists of KK charming the wits out of a lady with a British accent who obviously has no clue what to do with herself because he's radiating awesomeness at her. Fun. XD
Anyway, it included such gems as "Well, of course I sound like a man now" (about his first performance at seven years old, "lucky seven" spoken in the most adorable way possible) and "Nah! I'm horrible!" (about being able to tell whether a song is going to be popular). Basically he is an adorable kitten and I giggled like a maniac throughout the half-hour. I'm quoting stuff randomly and out of order here.

Notable among the quotes is this: "I'm a Leo...Virgo cusp." Oh, the hesitation. He is a Leo, and he knows he is a Leo. XD (And however much you may roll your eyes right now, I'm not biased at all. No, I'm not. :P Listen to that voice. Fiery and passionate and intense and tawny. He's a Leo.)
...And the interviewer latched onto that immediately too. To which he said "I'm a lion onstage...and someplace else which I don't want to mention on radio." Risqué, risqué, baby, but you know what? We totally believe you. X)
Also, I'd just heard a promo of the Don 2 title track and I'd been thinking of him as a freakin' lion. And then he said it. And my analysis was vindicated all. over. again.

There was also a certain conversation about Kerala-versus-Delhi (to clarify to everyone reading this: he was born and brought up in Delhi, not down south) which reduced him to hysterical laughter and an insistent "Wake up!" which was extremely endearing. XD

‎Relating to the six-month job he got before switching to music: "I'm very bad at marketing." (Spoken in the most sultry tone ever, and seriously, KK, how do you expect people not to fall for you if you insist on turning mundane statements into lovefests like that?) And then promptly, "Why do you think people don't know me?" XD

Also, "I believe in getting high on music.", for which I could hug him, because you do not need to abuse substances in order to walk on air, and he's a living example of it and I love him so much.

Interviewer: "Have you had any crazy stalkers?"
KK: "...They only stalk me on the air." XD
(Also during this exchange, he said "I'm very bad to look at.", which is not freakin' true. I know he was kidding, but he wouldn't have said that if there wasn't an insecurity somewhere - and I don't know about you guys, but I'm not going to let him believe that. Dancing eyes and infectious smile and intellectual jaw - and the ability to carry off fire-engine red and look good in it? That, my friends, is not an ordinary man.)

He also at one point said something on the lines of ' - and I kept asking myself, what the hell are you doing here?' and then over what the interviewer was saying added "Sorry!" XD Now Brits don't really give a damn about profanity (ask me, I watch Top Gear...), but KK apologizing for swearing on the air? Adorable. XD
Equally adorable is his apologizing for not having heard something. His "I'm sorry?" is...I don't know why, but it has elements of the ladykiller about it. A warm. fuzzy. decorous. ladykiller.

There was then a completely hilarious segment with a female (and very South-Indian-sounding) caller who raved and raved and did not stop until he sang for her - which brings me to the fact that he sounded a little breathless (which reminded me that London has got to be freaking cold. Also, those pictures of him at the press conference? He was wearing a sexy coat. I love his taste in coats.), and his pauses between lines were just split seconds shorter than they should have been. And how well I know that paranoia over a communication line where you can't see the other person - you keep thinking that if you pause too long they'll start speaking and cut you off. (It totally happened to me when I spoke to him last year, except that he was gorgeous and perceptive and asked me "Are you writing this down?" and I mumbled something about yes, making notes, and he sort of laughed indulgently and said 'okay'. I did say in the intro that I made a fool of myself a couple of times, right? Right. Fangirlish idiot I am. XD)

Several points of adorableness (adorability? wot?) were made during a discussion of who his favourite music directors are. "Oh, you like to put me in a spot, do you." was the first, and his phrasing. It is hot.
"You can call me diplomatic. That's okay." was another. And then it ended with ("so you don't have any favourites?") "I do, but I'm not going to tell ya! Not on air!" XD

Ladykilling instinct apparently surfaced again over Ajab Si: "Oh, I have to sing this for all the girls there!" I giggled over that through the song. Flirt. XD

Also about modern music, he said at one point, "It's all electronica." He was basically talking about how everything's done electronically instead of live, so I doubt he meant electronica as in the music genre...which means he fabricated the word out of some subconscious association with either the word esoterica, the word acoustica (which isn't actually a word either) or the word erotica. Which, to me anyway, is freakin' adorable. Constructing words as analogues to other words = my kinda guy. X)


And now the best part of the whole thing (to Cain, anyway):

"Well, KK, I hope you're easy to work with."
"...Tell me, do I sound tough?"
"No, actually, you sound like a quiet pussycat at the moment..."
"Oh, so you want me to purr?"

You know my cat thing. I was knocked. flat. gasping for breath with the hotness. And then, even better: "I've got claws too."
I mean what. Cain is incoherent with glee here. Purring cat-KK.
Fantasy. Come. True.
Hi there, dreamcat.




In conclusion, one very important thing. Subh met Ms Jyothy in the UK, and we decided to dedicate a certain surprise to her, so he asked me to write a few words for her. At which I ran into a bit of a glitch, because...I don't exactly know much about her. None of us do - and yet we owe her so much.
So, Ms Jyothy, thank you for everything. Thank you for standing by him. For being, in his own words, his Rock of Gibraltar, the wind beneath his wings; for walking beside him every step of the way.
Thank you for loving the romantic songs, for loving Power Ballad. Thank you for issuing the ultimatum that resulted in Humsafar. Thank you for Ye Kahaan, and I suspect for Cineraria. And if you help choose his coats, thanks for that. XD
Thanks for encouraging him, for giving him the emotional anchor a soul like his needs. Thank you for being his best friend. For all that and more. We love you so much.
Thank you, Ms Jyothy, for being the lioness to his lion, and the calico to his cat.

Author:  areey [ Sat Nov 26, 2011 11:31 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Hi There, Dreamcat

Its an honour reading your articles Ma'am (yeah Ma'am) You have done a great job (which you obviously know and feel PROUD of xD) and having KK in all your thoughts... havn't seen such fan followingNothing i have to say for HIM, as you already mentioned That He is (really) a Lady Killer xD

I'm so glad, so honoured to have all You Wonderful People as MY FRIENDS Right Here....

Thank You. :)

Author:  kk [ Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:53 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Hi There, Dreamcat

Hello everyone ...this Jyothykk.
I wanted to thank cain nd subh in particular fr sayin such lovely things about me on HIS post:)
I have never expected anything like this:) it moved me a lot, to say the least !!
You all at "The Mesmerizer" are doin something so nice nd wonderful for My Nut !! I know he wouldn have done anything even remotely close to this...Im sure you all know him well by now :)
I am his support system ...i know..thank u all for making that system stronger...
I feel good that you appreciate what many others take for granted...

God bless u
jyothy

Author:  Rahul Yadav [ Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Hi There, Dreamcat

Zindagi milti hai bas ek baar
Jo tere alfaaz me hi guzarti hai
Ye saaz ki saari duniya aur kaaynaat
Teri awaaz se hi sawarti hai... <3 ]{ }[ <3

Author:  simplecoffee [ Thu Dec 01, 2011 5:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Hi There, Dreamcat

Hi there, Ms Jyothy! I'm so glad to have coaxed you out of hiding for a little bit. :D
It's an honour. It truly is. It's something all of us can do, really - help make you a cosy little corner of the world that isn't limited by time or space. As he and you are constants for us in so many ways, so we endeavour to be for you. It's heartwarming to know our cornerstones are right!
Your presence has been felt ever since Pal - certainly the simple dedication to Jyo' delighted even the fledgling soul of eleven-year-old me - and we're all so grateful to you for being everything you are, and helping sustain everything he is.
Indeed, and we flatter ourselves we do - which is why we love him so. Thank you so much, ma'am! (and to be honest it does feel a little odd calling you 'ma'am' when I address KK by name...but what else can one address him as, really? He's such an adorable scruffy little schoolboy at times, isn't he? ;))
There's so much love for the two of you here. So much love. *hug*

Author:  Kuldeep Gautam [ Thu Dec 01, 2011 7:55 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Hi There, Dreamcat

Thank You so much ma'm.
I wish I could put what I feel in words, but words can't say that much.

feels proud & overwhelmed to see your reply here in faneteria.
Thank You for 'Bheendi'.
Thank You for everything & a special thanks for HUMSAFAR.
So, When are you going to ask him for 3rd album ? :P


Love n Prayers.

Author:  Kuldeep Gautam [ Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Hi There, Dreamcat

@Cain! Thanks a lot to You too!
Only Your words could coax her to come out of hiding. :D

Author:  admin [ Sat Dec 03, 2011 2:06 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Hi There, Dreamcat

yeh hain faneteria ke pal :)

Thanks Jyothi, for reading our posts and appreciating what we have done so far for him. Thank you for everything.

I was so happy after meeting you and KK, in London and again in Leicester. It was difficult for me to put everything in words, so I asked Cain( Para) , Can you please write few words for her :)

Thank you Caini, GOD BLESS YOU. :) . Wish you all the best for your semester exams.

Most important thing, Which I would like to share with everyone out here. I always wanted to know what is 'to be yourself' and what exactly people mean when they say 'be yourself'. And I have learnt from him, what is to be yourself and how to be yourself. For me now to be in love is to be yourself. This guy is so much in love with everything..


Be in LOVE .. :)
Subh..

Author:  simplecoffee [ Sat Dec 03, 2011 9:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Hi There, Dreamcat

Kuldeep, I had completely forgotten about the random Dilli-Punjabi vegetable names. Thanks. XD

Subh, the exams are over - that's why I've had the time to put the videos up. ;) Thanks a lot! And as for those words - spot on. Absolutely spot on. ...And they remind me of Isaac Asimov and I've no idea why. :P

Author:  miaow [ Wed Dec 07, 2011 12:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Hi There, Dreamcat

Well, adorable he is. Adorable raised to the power of n where limit of n tends to infinity.

Mathematically speaking

(burrr...) :P

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