The film is a political satire about two Indians who land in Karachi, without their passports. No sooner do they get trapped in the web of the Taliban and try to find a way to get back to India. The film is directed by Ashish R Mohan and produced by Vashu Bhagnani and Uzair Junejo. The album consists of four songs, two by Rochak Kohli and one each by Jeet Gannguli and Amjad-Nadeem.
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Music Label: T-Series
1. Lalla Lalla Lori – Singers: Vishal Dadlani, Shivi; Music: Rochak Kohli; Lyrics: Rochak Kohli – Another alcohol-obsessed song which hardly implies any meaning in any of the lines. Rochak Kohli has been consistently good till now and this must be his worst composition and lyrics (why did he even try writing it?). Vishal Dadlani’s vocals have either been programmed so badly or they are infected because he is not being able to be recognized. Shivi has got few lines which do not hold much importance to the song. Ridiculously written!
2. Boat Ka Kudookoo – Singers: Mika Singh, Shivi, Deane Sequiera, Rochak Kohli; Music: Rochak Kohli; Lyrics: Rochak Kohli, Ravi Singhal – Another party track (thankfully no alcohol here), which has nothing but some regular beats, extremely weak tune and ordinary programming. Mika must have got bored of singing such similar kind of tracks which neither promises enjoyable experience nor present any creativity. Boring!
3. Shakira – Singer: Shalmali Kholgade; Music: Jeet Gannguli; Lyrics: Kausar Munir – It would have been good if Jeet Gannguli had got a slow track. Unfortunately gets an item song that thankfully not being written cheaply, with decent words and phrases. Composition could have been much better considering the level of Jeet Gannguli, still Shalmali’s vocals helped in making it sound a decent attempt. Not cheap though very ordinary.
4. Chal Bhaag – Singers: Wajid, Love Juneja; Music: Amjad-Nadeem; Lyrics: Sameer Anjaan – A song on Rock arrangements with Electric Guitars sounds promising until it reaches the hook line where it says “chal bhaag nahi toh G pe laat pad jayegi”. The composition also then starts getting repetitive and monotonous. Bogus!
An album with nothing interesting.
The Final Verdict: DISAGREE
The Verdict Order: DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE