If you remember how good Jolly LLB was or if you have even watched Phas Gaye Re Obama, well then you might be familiar with this name Subhash Kapoor. He is an amazing satirical filmmaker who now has come up with his new flick Guddu Rangeela. Unlike his previous films, he has this time, has given attention to music also and that’s why Amit Trivedi and Irshad Kamil have been invited on board to operate the melody in the soundtrack.
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Music: Amit Trivedi; Lyrics: Irshad Kamil; Music Label: Zee Music Company / Sony Music
1. Guddu Rangeela – Singers: Amit Trivedi, Divya Kumar – As soon as it begins, you notice some familiarity and in no time you succeed in guessing the familiarity to be with Allah Meherbaan (Ghanchakkar), another song by Amit, coincidentally sung by Amit and Divya only. It is so similar that this title track seems to be generated from the same seed with which that Ghanchakkar track was created. Similar beats with a slightly different arrangements and the almost similar mood of the tune. Anyway, both the songs are likable and fun to hear. Enjoyable!
2. Sooiyan – Singers: Arijit Singh, Chinmayi Sripada – Who else can write with such innocence-filled maturity than Irshad Kamil! Lyrics blend so beautifully with Amit’s utterly melodious composition, having two spectacularly soothing voices of Arijit and Chinmayi that it gets you addicted to it right from the first listen. The soothing arrangements using Matka and Banjo are something to fall for. The hook line is composed, written and arranged in the most adorable way possible which makes it worth listening! #WelcomeSong
3. Sahebaan – Singers: Chinmayi Sripada, Shahid Mallya – If the previous one was playful, this one has some serious romance again featuring Chinmayi along with Shahid Mallya. It starts with Guitar and soon an ecstatically played Sarangi follows which paves the way for Kamil’s lovable lyrics. Yet the best part remains in the antara when Shahid’s vocals get awesomely blended with Daphli played on the Keherwa rhythm and as soon he ends his part, arrangement again turns to Guitar. Lovable!
4. Mata Ka Email – Singer: Gajender Phogat; Guest Composer: Subhash Kapoor; Guest Lyricist: Subhash Kapoor – After a numerous annoying attempts of spoofing a jagrata, director Subhash Kapoor does it efficiently by hiring the original jagrata singer who has made the atmosphere sound quite genuine. Also, the arrangements where Harmonium, Dholak, claps and the microphone effect add up to the likability of the song. Lyrics are fun and engaging. Its short duration acts as an advantage for it. Successful spoofing attempt.
This Amit Trivedi – Irshad Kamil combo is an adorable one!
The Final Verdict: POSSIBLE
The Verdict Order: DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE