When you hear the name of the movie, I don’t think you want see, hear or read anything about it. Plus, if it has actors like Zayed Khan and Ranvijay Singh, your determination of ignoring it, gets stronger. The tiresome multi composer element gives enough reason to let it go. Music has been given by Meet Bros Anjjan, Dhruv Dhalla, Sandeep Chatterjee and Faridkot.
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Music Label: Zee Music Company
1. Selfiyaan – Singers: Manmeet Singh, Harmeet Singh; Music: Meet Bros Anjjan; Lyrics: Kumaar
Since selfie is in fashion, producers must have demanded Kumaar to write a song on Selfie and a song gets attractive when you add the suffix aan to it, like Azaadiyaan, Khushfehmiyaan, Manmarziyaan, Bewakoofiyaan, hence, Selfiyaan. Still the one who has to be blamed is definitely Kumaar for writing something that is completely rubbish. The word selfiyaan in any line doesn’t relate to the song. Khushboo Grewal’s part is utter nonsense, also cheap at places. Meet Bros Anjjan’s good beats save the song to some level.
2. Dekh Le Kismat Yaar – Singers: Jaspreet Singh, Dhruv Dhalla, Pinky Maidasani; Music: Dhruv Dhalla; Lyrics: Manoj Yadav
The tune is actually catchy with pretty decent and sensible, if not good, lyrics by Manoj Yadav. Beats have the groove but somehow, the song falls into a kind of zone that doesn’t attract listeners. While listening to these kinds of tracks, nobody cares for the lyrics. Also, these tracks neither provide foot-tapping mood nor a relaxing atmosphere. The best is that it’s of less duration.
3. Dil Ka Funda – Singers: Jubin Nautiyal, Asees Kaur; Music: Sandeep Chatterjee; Lyrics: Tejpal Singh Rawat
The only romantic song of the album which provides good harmonica pieces as well some nice Guitar background, sung nicely by both the singers, coordinating well, making it a decent duet. Tejpal’s lyrics are youth oriented, giving more of the feeling of non-film romantic tracks rather than of a mainstream film track. Decent attempt by Sandeep Chatterjee. The best of the album, still just a one-time listen.
4. Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene – Singer: IP Singh; Music: Faridkot; Lyrics: IP Singh
Title track is absolutely useless. You can easily guess this without even listening. I know I am a fool who is listening to it and then telling that it’s useless. IP Singh who sounds more like a subject than a person, has sung and written as well. Both the work are appropriate at their own level. The one to be blamed is definitely Faridkot which is not a person but a band. Akshay Rajeha and Gavin Paheco, people who have composed the song, are no longer the members of the band now. Anyway, Ignore!
Except a song called Dil Ka Funda which needs your ears atleast once, none of the songs are worth giving the time.
The Final Verdict: DISAGREE
The Verdict Order: DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE