Although Richa has exhausted herself doing similar kind of roles, still we enjoy watching her being like that only. This time, along with Nikhil Dwivedi, she has come up with a very different kind of love story. A story about two gangsters falling in love with each other. Richa is a Delhite and Nikhil belongs from U.P. The trailer is quite likable. The music has been given by Krsna whose acclaimed work is Tanu Weds Manu. Besides him, the guest composers are Arko Pravo Mukherjee and Ikka.
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1. Pyaar Mein Dil Pe Maar De Goli – Singers: Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Bappi Lahiri, Luv O Trigger; Music: R.D. Burman, Krsna; Lyrics: Puneet Sharma
This kickass 70’s song kicks off with the original version by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhosle. Things get more accurate when Bappi Lahiri’s vocals hit the track on the Trumpet and 70’s style guitar-led arrangements. Krsna has arranged it superbly, barring all the flaws in the recording of the old version. Lyrics by Puneet is apt and goes well with the theme. The rapper Luv O Trigger’s job is quite decent. This recreated track is clearer, more energetic and more vibrant. Irrespective of all those qualities, all respect for R.D. Burman’s fantastic tune.
2. In Da Club – Singer: Ikka Singh; Music: Ikka & Intense; Lyrics: Ikka Singh
What else can you expect from such kind of a track! There are beats, a nonsensical rap, a monotonous composition and high amount of similarity from the previous song of this genre. It seems that Honey Singh and Baadshah were not enough for the listeners, that Ikka has come all the way to irritate us. As usual, no instrumentation, just the game of techno sounds which anybody can learn sitting in front of computer. If there’s “club”, then the words like “sharaab“, “naach“, “baby” etc. are highly essential to include otherwise, how can you call it a Club song! You are bored of these songs. Accept it!
3. Dildara / Dildara (Reprise) – Singer: Sonu Nigam / Arko Pravo Mukherjee; Music: Arko Pravo Mukherjee; Lyrics: Arko Pravo Mukherjee
It’s a lovely love ballad where Arko chooses the correct voice in the form of Sonu Nigam who has taken this song to a different level. The owned sweetness in his vocals create an ear-friendly atmosphere and you can’t put your ears off easily. Arko has composed it beautifully, giving each note and each word their own importance. The lyrics are highlighted as the tune is somewhat made in a way that it is able to lay emphasis on almost every word. Arko’s version has lack of emotions and Sonu’s version has overflow of emotions. Beautiful in all the three departments, singing, composition and lyrics. #WelcomeSong
4. Khamakha (Mohit Version) / Khamakha (Krsna Version) / Khamakha (Reprise) – Singer: Mohit Chauhan / Krsna / Krsna; Music: Krsna; Lyrics: Krsna
A free-style composition with usual instruments like Harmonica and the use of whistle has made the song quite easy on ears. Mohit’s version is definitely more intriguing. Mohit’s vocals are anytime the best for these kind of acoustic songs as they hold the composition quite well irrespective of the instruments used in it. The composer’s singing is less tempting though the arrangements remain the same. The Reprise is the worst among as the song goes damn slow making it very dull and sleepy. A nice attempt by Krsna.
Arko aur Krsna ke Tamanchey se nikli suron ki meethi Goli.
The Final Verdict: OKAY
The Verdict Order: DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE