Anurag Kashyap is back after the magnanimous Bombay Velvet with his typically intriguing psychological thriller starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Music is given by Ram Sampath.
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Music: Ram Sampath; Lyrics: Varun Grover; Music Label: T-Series
1. Qatl-E-Aam / Qatl-E-Aam (Unplugged) – Singers: Sona Mohapatra, Yash Divecha – The song is full of Dubstep surrounding a melodic tune in the likable vocals of Sona. Dubstep has been used well though a little variation in the composition could have made things more interesting. Yash has a negligible role to play. Varun’s lyrics is perfectly aligned with the mood of the track. The unplugged is much more endearing and ear-friendly. It’s acoustic and has all the trait of a typically sweet Sona-Ram combo. Varun’s lyrics actually get its recognition in the unplugged. #WelcomeSong
2. Behooda – Singers: Nayantara Bhatkal, Ram Sampath, Vivienne Pocha, Nalini Krishnan – Ram gets to his ‘Talaash’ mode with all the haunting and suspenseful arrangements and vocal sounds that is foot-tapping as well. It has a certain Jazz feeling though the emphasis has been given to weirdness that is evident in the lyrics of Varun which is quite appealing and attention-seeking.
3. Paani Ka Raasta – Singers: Ram Sampath, Siddharth Basrur – Such an emotional philosophical song wasn’t expected in this album so it acts a surprise for the listeners to have a Soft Rock with nice lyrics and giving quite a good scope for the singer to explore. Not appealing, not intriguing, yet a nice soothing track which gives the album an unexpected but much needed emotional content.
4. Raghav Theme – Instrumental – A theme track full of techno sounds which are not at all innovative, but just a random series playing one after the other.
Ram Sampath unexpectedly delivers endearing ear-friendly songs for a psychological thriller.
The Final Verdict: OKAY
The Verdict Order: DISAGREE < NOT A PROBLEM < OKAY < POSSIBLE < AGREE