Kyunki Fuglypanthi bhi Zaroori hai!! (Fugly – Music Review)

The makers first put this weird non-existing word as the title of the film Fugly and then they started asking ye fugly fugly kya hai? I would call it a good marketing strategy as this phrase has become quite famous now. Even if a person doesn’t know that such movie really exists, he definitely must know this phrase. It’s a story about four friends among whom one is our National Boxing Champion Vijender Singh. The music of the film is given by three composers. Four songs have been composed by Prashant Vadhyar, two are by Yo Yo Honey Singh and the remaining one is by Raftaar.Fugly_Hindi_Film_Poster

 

 

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Music Label: T Series

 

1. Fugly Fugly Kya Hai – Singer: Yo Yo Honey Singh;  Music: Yo Yo Honey Singh;  Lyrics: Yo Yo Honey Singh

           This title track has been intelligently created. The phrase fugly fugly kya hai? has grown highly popular. The beats of Honey Singh’s songs are always too good to praise. This time the lyrics do not consist of words like daaru or club. They have been written with full of joy and enthusiasm. In the singing department also, Honey Singh seems to be very much back into his original zone. Personally, I loved the whole concept of this song. This song of Honey Singh is not ugly but Fugly. 

 

2. Dhup Chik – Singers: Raftaar, Aastha Gill, Badshah;  Music: Raftaar;  Lyrics: Raftaar

             In Delhi, mostly when a group of friends is going on a trip, people say yaar kuch dhup chik dhup chik lagaoThe song also starts like this only. The last song by Raftaar was horrible in Heropanti. Thankfully, he has performed much better this time. The lyrics and tune both are catchy. Yes, it got on my head instantly. Badshah’s rap is very Honey Singh and hence it sounds good too. The arrangements are very quirky, providing the Delhi’s punjabi-ness perfectly. Ordinary but trendy.

 

3. Banjarey – Singer: Yo Yo Honey Singh;  Music: Yo Yo Honey Singh;  Lyrics: Yo Yo Honey Singh

You can’t expect such a song from Honey Singh who has bit annoyed you in his two previous tracks. This is undoubtedly the best song sung, composed and written by him. He has amazingly managed to break out from his comfort zone and produced a kind of song which nobody would have expected from him. It has a proper mukhda, three proper antaras also along with instruments like Guitar, Violin and Drums. Such things are unimaginable in a Yo Yo Honey Singh song. The surprise doesn’t end here. The lyrics are meaningful!! It’s quite hard to imagine now, but that’s what the song is. The best performance by Honey Singh till date. #WelcomeSong

 

4. Good In Bed – Singers: Prashant Vadhyar, Rajiv Sundaresan, Sunaina Sarkar;  Music: Prashant Vadhyar;  Lyrics: Niren Bhatt

Prashant starts his debut album with disappointment. Niren Bhatt starts his debut album with disappointment. So, basically it’s a song full of disappointments. The yodeling effect is disgusting and the lyrics have a big contribution in the dumbness of the song. The way the drums have been played is damn annoying. It has basically a rap-like structure and rap is very disorganized. Not a thing to be called as song. 

 

5. Dhuaan – Singers: Arijit Singh, Pawni Pandey;  Music: Prashant Vadhyar;  Lyrics: Arishia Nahid

Based on the Guitar and Piano arrangements, this song makes Prashant’s debut somewhat better. The mukhda is very interesting as it diverts from a plane note to a different one quite intelligently. The antara is a follower of the tune played by Electric Guitar after the interlude and that sounds really good. Pawni Pandey is just for the backing vocals. The whole song has been powered by Arijit’s vocals. Lyrics by another newcomer Arishia Nahid are damn impressive. Not the whole song, but it does have few interesting elements.

 

6. G Pe Danda – Singers: Aman Trikha, Pawni Pandey, Prashant Vadhyar;  Music: Prashant Vadhyar;  Lyrics: Sumit Aroraa

Even if you are making a fun song, atleast you can compose a good tune and arrange that well. Prashant again disappoints badly. The lyrics are again horrible and clearly tell the level of the mind of these lyricists who cannot think of any thing sensible. There’s no humor even when they have tried to force in some non sense drama. Not to waste your time.

 

7. Lovely Jind Wali – Singers: Pawni Pandey, Santokh Singh, Prashant Vadhyar;  Music: Prashant Vadhyar;  Lyrics: Niren Bhatt, Rajveer Ahuja

The starting portion is loosely based on Jumma Chumma and after that it is just another item song which tortures you to the limit and you have no other option but to escape. Thankfully, there’s no Mamta Sharma but Pawni has sung in the same annoyance. The name of the item songs are generally attractive but this song fails in that department also. You can’t expect anything good from Niren Bhatt by listening to his previous track from this album. Rajveer Ahuja joins him this time for the worse. Please Ignore!

 

Fugly: It’s a big surprise for the listeners that the two songs by Yo Yo Honey Singh are the best of the soundtrack as Raftaar gave a very ordinary performance and Prashant Vadhyar made a disappointing debut. If the soundtrack had less songs, it would have had a larger impact.

 

The Final Verdict:  OKAY

The Verdict Order:  DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE

 

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