Suffers from Mediocrity!! (1920 London – Music Review)

1920, the horror flick is back with its third installment, the one directed by Tinu Suresh Desai, starring Sharman Joshi, Meera Chopra, and Vishal Karwal in lead roles. Music is given by the duo Sharib and Toshi, while two newcomers Kaushik and Vishal are launched as guest composers.

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Music: Sharib-Toshi;  Music Label: T-Series


1. Aaj Ro Len De – Singer: Shaarib Sabri;  Lyrics: Sharib, Toshi, Kalim Sheikh – A typical Sharib-Toshi melody which you know is very repetitive yet cannot complain because of its catchy structure and Sharib’s soothing vocals that go well with the beats. It has that intense flavor to its romance which give the identity of a Bhatt template. Nevertheless, the composition does make you feel good. #WelcomeSong


2. Rootha Kyun – Singers: Mohit Chauhan, Payal Dev;  Lyrics: Azeem Shirazi – This is comparatively fast in rhythm yet tries to deliver the similar impact but fails to do so, mainly because of not-so-catchy composition and the lack of vocal impact as Mohit Chauhan seems not a very good choice and Payal miserably leads the latter part of the song. Similar effort, dissimilar impact. 


3. Tujhko Mein – Singers: Shaan;  Lyrics: Azeem Shirazi – Shaan is a very unusual choice for the duo but a very usual choice considering the melody of the song. It’s very Shaan-like melody, simple, mild and meek. Azeem’s lyrics is too familiar to be liked or to be given attention. The composition could have been stronger and the arrangements could have been much attractive. Too ordinary. 


4. Aafreen – Singers: K.K., Antara Mitra;  Guest Composer: Kaushik & Akash (J.A.M.);  Lyrics: Prashant Ingole – Being Pritam’s assistants, Kaushik & Akash have tried delivering a Pritam-like melody but not gone even close to it. Even after having KK supported by Antara, the duo couldn’t manage to pull out a ear-friendly melody. Tried and Failed.


A below average attempt from Sharib-Toshi.


The Final Verdict:  NOT A PROBLEM

The Verdict Order:  DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE

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