Who would know that I would be giving the music review of one of the least anticipated movies of this year. But for me, since I am expecting something great from it so I thought right to review it musically.
Music: Manish J Tippu; Lyrics: Naveen Tyagi
1.Lag Gai – Singers: Shriram Iyer, Tochi Raina, Manish J Tippu
A song on the theme “mehngaayi” having a comic tune sets up things greatly and neatly. It’s a typical satire-film song. The vocals are great. Tochi Raina is awesome as always and so is Shriram Iyer. The lyrics have played a vital role to make this song listenable. Thanks to Navin Tyagi for that.
2.Bolo Na – Singers: Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal
Bolo Na though doesn’t suit with the theme of the film but surely sets a little fire in this non-massy album. It’s a nice romantic track with limited composition and arrangements. Flute is used excellently there. Sonu-Shreya Jodi is an all time hit and the lyrics are cute but typically romantic. It’s a saviour track of the album and is surely a “WELCOME”.
3.Auon De – Singer: Mika Singh
As it deserves a one-time listen, we should also gice it a try. If not for the song, at least for Mika’s vocals as he has sung it perfectly. Mika has said the word “auon de” so differently that it looks damn nice if one hears it with a little concentration. The tune is passable and so is the lyrics.
4.Kismet Ki Bell Baji – Singer: Amit Kumar
Go and watch the song in the film rather wasting your time in the audio because this song has nothing to tell or to specify. The lyrics are fine but it needed the much attention to be noticed which it didn’t get. The song has nothing to offer and hence “GET OUT”.
Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga had nothing for the listeners but still if you have time, you should seriously listen to Bolo Na. it’s a good melody with nice vocals n instruments. Bolo Na also saved the soundtrack and has helped it getting a readable review.
The Final Verdict: NOT A PROBLEM
Next: Mere Dad Ki Maruti
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