Horrible!! (O Teri – Music Review)

It’s a comedy film produced by Atul Agnihotri featuring Pulkit Samrat, Sarah-Jane Dias, Sara Loren, Bilal Amrohi and Mandira Bedi. The filmstars Pulkit Samrat and newcomer Bilal Amrohi as two journalists, who come across a big scam. The music is composed by GJ Singh, who also scored music for title track of Punjabi Movie R.S.V.P.. Hard Kaur has also composed a track.O_Teri_Poster




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Music Label: T Series


1. Butt Patlo – Singers: Jaspreet Jasz, Roshni Baptist;  Music: GJ Singh;  Lyrics: Kumaar

When you spoil an EDM track, it becomes something like this. Japreet Jasz delivers his DJ-like vocals and sings those shaky notes composed by GJ Singh. Roshni has done a decent job though she hadn’t had much role. Since all these are not famous names, the responsibility comes over Kumaar. What awful lyrics he has written! When those irritating lines get linked with the pointless notes sung by these singers, it makes you leave the track.


2. Akhan Vich – Singers: GJ Singh, Jaspreet Jasz, Neeti Mohan;  Music: GJ Singh;  Lyrics: Kumaar

Better from the previous, this track has atleast some desirable notes to sing. Jaspreet Jasz does the same role of producing DJ-like vocals wherever needed. GJ Singh comes behind the mic for this one and his vocals sounded promising having a different texture. Neeti Mohan didn’t sound as Neeti Mohan to me. She sounded like an ordinary average singer. GJ scores a little well here with accompanying instruments in the form of Accordion and Drums. A passable track.


3. Ummbakkum – Singers: Iulia Vantur, Mika Singh, Jaspreet Jasz;  Music: GJ Singh;  Lyrics: Abhinav Chaturvedi

I regret for criticizing Kumaar in the previous tracks. After this, I feel Kumaar would have written much better. Composition is just horrible. The makers seem to have tried to create a kind of rhythm show. The notes fell flat and lyrics are hollow. Rhythm is fairly good but does not deserve to get applaud. Mika holds the song well. He is the savior of whatever goodness the song has. It has become quite popular but is not deserved for any kind of popularity. 


4. Phollo Karta – Singers: Manish J. Tipu;  Music: Hard Kaur;  Lyrics: Manish J. Tipu

This song turns out to be better than all the above tracks. It has a nice folk-y feel. Amazing singing by Manish. Also, the lyrics play a significant role and it is written satirically. A good attempt by Manish as the lyricist too. Hard Kaur has composed it very well. It is her first kind of track which draws inspiration from folk. Otherwise all her songs used to be Disco. Flaws are forgivable. 


O Teri has just four tracks and that’s the best thing for a such horrible soundtrack to have. Not a single song was worth recommending. GJ Singh who is a debutante, completely failed to garner his listeners with some good sounds. Hard Kaur’s attempt is commendable though failed to save the soundtrack.


The Final Verdict:  DISAGREE



Next:  Dishkiyaoon




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