It’s been just few days for Tevar soundtrack to be out and Sajid-Wajid are already here with their next one. It’s an Arbaaz Khan Productions and after a successful collaboration with Sajid-Wajid in Dabangg and Dabangg 2, the choice for composers was obvious.
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Music: Sajid-Wajid; Music Label: T-Series
1. Phatte Tak Nachna – Singer: Sunidhi Chauhan; Lyrics: Danish Sabri
This is a typical Indian baraat kind of a song where you don’t at all care what the lyrics are and you just dance to the not-so-great beats supported by well played Dholak. Sunidhi acts a savior for this very ordinary tune, impressing the listeners with her expressive singing that was very much required for the song to sound good. Don’t care what the hell it is, just phatte tak naacho!!
2. Fashion Khatam Mujhpe – Singers: Mamta Sharma, Wajid; Backing Vocals: Shabab Sabri; Lyrics: Irfan Kamal
I am waiting for the day when Sajid-Wajid will finally get tired of making cheap item songs with repeated style and not-so-different notes. They don’t even care to change the singer to atleast make the song sound slightly different. The song has a strong deja vu feeling obviously because of the similar attempts by Sajid-Wajid in the past, the recent one being Madamiya from Tevar. Lyrics are not worth mentioning. The Fashion of these kind of item songs should be khatam now.
3. Babaji Ka Thullu – Singer: Wajid, Rap: Danish Sabri; Lyrics: Danish Sabri
Now the film industry has started taking inspiration from Television. The most popular phrase currently in this country is definitely Babaji ka thullu by Kapil Sharma. Now the man must be very happy to hear such a nice track on his phrase. This is undoubtedly the best singing by Wajid till now. His intentionally mocking vocals has made the song quite amusing with a good catchy tune, fun lyrics and decent arrangement. Quite an enjoyable song! #WelcomeSong
4. Dolly Ki Doli – Singer: Divya Kumar; Lyrics: Irfan Kamal
Divya Kumar is the current craze in the music market. Every song he touches, turns out to be having something unique. This title track has been composed and arranged very well, clearly depicting the involvement and hard work of Sajid-Wajid in this track. The antara is an experimental one with lots of varying notes set up in the rock background, well designed and recorded. An applauding attempt by the duo.
5. Mere Naina Kafir Hogaye – Singer: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan; Lyrics: Kumaar
It seems repeated and stodgy yet it is undoubtedly a likable composition though it is Rahat whose singing is explicitly brilliant. Sajid-Wajid are expert in these kind of tracks with Tabla, Harmonium and other sufi-like instruments. Much has been written about naina, still Kumaar has managed quite well to not to repeat similar thoughts. Rahat just adds the beauty to this already likable composition.
Three songs applauding, two songs disturbing. Sajid-Wajid scores well in three out of five tracks.
The Final Verdict: OKAY
The Verdict Order: DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE