It looked quite an interesting story in the trailer and by no surprise, it is being adopted from a Thai film of the same name, which got remade in Kannada, Tamil and Malyalam. The album has four songs each belonging to each different composers namely, Ankit Tiwari, Mithoon, Jeet Ganguli and Raghav Sachar.
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Music Label: T-Series
1. Katra Katra – Singer: Ankit Tiwari, Prakriti Kakar; Music: Ankit Tiwari; Lyrics: Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay
Ankit Tiwari has gone obsessed with Flute which is a good thing. To begin with the newcomer Prakriti who just delivered a song for Ankit in Khamoshiyan, performed here tremendously well. She has her originality and her voice has got a charm which is delightful to hear. Making the song sound sexier, the bass has been kept very strong which at one point seems exhaustive. Though Ankit has tried amazingly to sound as sexy as he could, but somehow he doesn’t sound original or genuine, instead sounding like a forceful attempt. Nevertheless, tune and lyrics subtract all the flaws by being passionate yet melodious. A really good song! #WelcomeSong
2. Awaara – Singers: Altamash Faridi, Saim Bhatt; Music: Mithoon; Lyrics: Mithoon
Mithoon, who was in a long journey of melody after Tumhi Ho has finally come back to his own zone with his own sound. After a long time, you get to hear a true Mithoon composition, the sound entirely invented and brought by him to Bollywood. Guitar is primarily used throughout the song synchronizing well with Altamash’s vocals. Saim is rightly chosen to sing the hook line as it’s sounding beautiful in this voice. Not as melodious as Baarish or Banjaara, but if you know Mithoon well, you are definitely gonna like this song.
3. Chand Aasmano Se Laapata – Singer: Bhaven Dhanak; Music: Jeet Ganguli; Lyrics: Sandeep Nath
Jeet’s contribution is pretty decent, not being a powerful melody yet nobody can discard it calling it unlikable. Failing to make an impact in his debut song from Youngistaan, Bhaven here has got good opportunity and he has mostly succeeded in creating an impression. Sandeep has written slightly retro-ish lyrics, highly popular in 90s. The highlight of this track is definitely not its average tune and lyrics but the Harmonica playfully played in the mukhda. No matter how much you get bored of it while listening, that Harmonica surely grabs your attention. Likable, though not lovable.
4. Touch My Body – Singer: Aditi Singh Sharma; Music: Raghav Sachar; Original Music: Dr. Zeus; Lyrics: Kumaar; Original Lyrics: L. Joseph, A. Hunjan, L. Reim, G. Abbasi, K. Roma, V. Nayar, Zeus
Honestly I didn’t know that the famous song Kangna Tera Ni is by Dr. Zeus till I heard its recreated version by Raghav Sachar. Aditi is the perfect choice for its remake. It’s not exactly a remake. Some famous hooks have been taken just to give the song the feel of the older version. Raghav is actually much talented than just recreating other’s stuffs. It’s a sheer wastage of his talent. Did you see the long lists of the lyricists being credited? Well, I also don’t know what exactly it is! The new version has been written by Kumaar nicely. A lighter version of a heavy addictive track.
The album is a display of the signature styles of all the three composers and waste of Raghav Sachar’s talent.
The Final Verdict: OKAY
The Verdict Order: DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE