It’s a movie that is produced by Shilpa Shetty and her husband Raj Kundra along with Eros International. The film features Sunny Deol and Harman Baweja and debutant Ayesha Khanna. The film is about the Mumbai underworld. Four songs for the film have been composed by debutant Palash Muchhal, who’s the youngest music composer of Bollywood at age of 18. The remaining two are by Bollywood’s offbeat composer and currently the only lady composer Sneha Khanwalkar.
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Music Label: Eros Music
1. Tu Mere Type Ka Nahin Hai – Singers: Kunal Ganjawala, Gayatri Ganjawala; Music: Palash Muchhal; Lyrics: Mayur Puri
It is one of those songs which you hear and forget in seconds. Kunal Ganjawala has teamed up with his wife for this duet. He could have sung a romantic duet with her. This is ridiculous. I won’t criticize Palash much. He is too young to be criticized. But what let Mayur Puri wrote these lyrics! Gayatri’s part does atleast make some sense. The rest of the song is intolerable. An absurd creation.
2. Tu Hi Hai Aashiqui (Solo) / Tu Hi Hai Aashiqui (Duet) – Singers: Arijit Singh / Arijit Singh, Palak Muchhal; Music: Palash Muchhal; Lyrics: Sanamjit Talwar
In this standard Bollywood romantic melody, Palash brings his “didi” behind the mic who sings with her duplicate shreya-ish vocals as she has done till now. Both the versions have the same arrangements. Hence, they both are equally likable. Arijit-Palak jodi is nowadays favorite of many composers. It seems that “Aashiqui” fever hasn’t yet gone. Also, lyricists seem to be taking benefit by using this word to attract listeners’ emotions. And where there’s an aashiqui, there’s a Guitar. The similar Guitar arrangements have been done which make the composition sound stodgy. Anyway, the song has the potential to attract typical Bollywood listeners quite well. A regular romantic track. Go for it!
3. Nachle Tu – Singers: Mika Singh, Palak Muchhal; Music: Palash Muchhal; Lyrics: Sanamjit Talwar
Too much of techno sounds have spoiled this track. It’s a very ordinary composition well sung by Mika and aptly supported by Palak at places. Palash hasn’t utilized the techno sounds in a correct way. The track could have been a lot better and exciting. The hook line is actually very beautiful. It fails to show its beauty in the song but when you croon it individually, you come to know how cute and catchy it is. An inexperienced attempt of Palash.
4. Tutey – Singer: Sukhwinder Singh; Music: Sneha Khanwalkar; Lyrics: Sanamjit Talwar
That is experience. She does a correct utilization of those techno sounds that she has used. Everybody knows that she doesn’t compose regular Bollywood tracks. Her tracks are quite complicated and always have some innovations. This track comes under the same category. The weird sounds completely capture the song but the composition lacks here. She could have composed a much better song by creating a sensible tune. Due to lack of a good tune, many won’t find interest in it inspite of techno sounds being used so wonderfully. Experimentation goes slightly boring here.
5. Nissar – Singers: Vishal Dadlani, Sneha Khanwalkar; Music: Sneha Khanwalkar; Lyrics: Sanamjit Talwar
There she is back! with her typical “khanwalkar” touch. As expected, techno sounds have been used amazingly. Her vision is something what I like. The basic tune of this song resembles pure Classical music and how provokingly she blended that tune in an atmosphere like that. Everytime she picks up a unique tune and drives it to somewhere which a normal person can never reach. This song would cut you off from the world for sometime and take you to the Sneha Zone. It features Vishal Dadlani who is famous for his loud singing. His voice in this track sounded too different to even recognize. Whenever I listen to Sneha’s composition, all I say is “It’s Different” #WelcomeSong
Dishkiyaoon is a kind of soundtrack for which I feel that it could have been marvelous, if it had been treated well. Palash did a very ordinary job. It seems that just like her sister, there’s nothing new in him. As she has been singing like a duplicate of Shreya Ghoshal, her brother’s compositions too showed the stodginess in them. But considering his age, I congratulate him for his successful debut attempt. It’s not that I am being harsh to this under-19 composer but I feel if Sneha had worked on the whole soundtrack, it would be a lot….different.
The Final Verdict: NOT A PROBLEM
The Verdict Order: DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE