Here’s another sex comedy besides Mastizaade having two things in common, one is ofcourse Tushar Kapoor and the other is Milap Milan Zaveri who has written this one and directed that one. Music is given by Sajid-Wajid.
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Music: Sajid-Wajid; Lyrics: Danish Sabri; Music Label: Zee Music Company
1. Jawaani Le Doobi – Singers: Kanika Kapoor, Uvie (Rap: Ikka) – Kanika Kapoor has successfully replaced Mamta Sharma now inspite of the fact that she is quite talented yet her talent is not being utilized by the composers properly, consequentially getting songs that are not worth her efforts. The song is found to be having prototype elements of previous Sajid-Wajid compositions. It’s a hook-obsessed song that keeps hovering around the hook line, presenting in slightly different ways. Don’t know about jawaani but composition definitely le doobi.
2. House Party – Singers: Shalmali Kholgade, Sajid, Wajid – Composers have taken this trouble of coming before the mic which…. do NOT have disastrous consequences though Danish Sabri’s lyrics mess it up terribly. He narrates some story of what happens in building and about his buildingwaalas and jumps up to his motive of saying some random stuff about House Party. Composers have taken the trouble of doing the rap also. Shalmali is avoidable and so is the song. Lazy attempt.
3. Oh Boy – Singers: Wajid & Shivranjani Singh; Guest Lyricist: Irfan Kamal – Nuisance hasn’t got over yet. Irfan Kamal appears as lyricist in this song but fails to make any difference in the quality. No, he did. He degraded it even more. Sajid-Wajid leftovers are again found in this song. Shivranjani is avoidable but not the song. The song is nocereous.
4. Kya Kool Hain Hum – Benny Dayal & Shivranjani Singh – And finally the title track which is slightly better than other songs. Benny Dayal surely empowers the composition a little bit. Otherwise, it’s an extremely below average composition. Dodgy attempt.
It wouldn’t be wrong to call this album as Sajid-Wajid’s worst.
The Final Verdict: DISAGREE
The Verdict Order: DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE