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A FLYING JATT Music Review: Different varieties of songs with fresh tunes

A Flying Jatt
Director :  Remo D'Souza
Music :  Sachin-Jigar
Lyrics :  Vayu-Raftaar and Priya Saraiya
Starring :  Tiger Shroff, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nathan Jones and Kay Kay Menon

August 22, 2016 2:55:45 PM IST
By Rafat, Glamsham Editorial
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Expectations are sky high from ace choreographer and equally successful director Remo D'Souza's A FLYING JATT, after a hat trick of hits - F.A.L.T.U, ABCD- ANYBODY CAN DANCE, ABCD-2- and with young actor Tiger Shroff too enjoying cent per cent success rate (HEROPANTI and BAAGHI), hopes soar higher.


It's an extremely entertaining and interesting start that the title track 'A Flying Jatt' provides, and in the process introduces the male lead (who is a super hero) and etches out his character superbly through some nice rap and hip hop. Raftaar, Mansheel Gujral and Tansihkaa come together for a joyful track that is universally pleasing.

'Beat Pe Booty' may appear to be inspired in parts by Sachin-Jigar's very own 'Babaji Ki Booty' (GO GOA GONE) but coming to their defence, it's a totally different kind of track that harps on beats and break rhythms. A superb dance number that is extremely groovy and hooks with it's musical arrangements that are spot on with lovely rendition by the composers, Vayu and Kanika Kapoor.

A lovely, soulful soothing romantic outing, 'Toota Jo Kabhi Tara', a song about longing and unfulfilled desires. Atif Aslam charms with his superb rendition and Sumedha provides good support. The chorals are absolutely delightful and so are the piano, strings (by Chennai Strings) and flute (Naveen).

It's celebration Punjabi style with 'Bhangda Pa', a feel good, promoting bonhomie number, and thankfully the tune that is chosen is quite fresh, and so are the arrangements unlike, so many festive Punjabi folk inspired numbers being churned out these days. Vishal Dadlani, Divya Kumar and Asees Kaur belt out the number with enthu and zest.

Atif Aslam's 'Khair Mangda' is in the same lines along Bilal Saeed's 'Khair Mangdi' (BAAR BAAR DEKHO) in terms of its theme as the lead prays to the almighty to take care of his beloved. Although this one is a very slow paced, sad separation number, almost unplugged and very Punjabi in its soul. Its mostly Atif's magical vocals that hold attention throughout.

The situational and dramatic 'Raj Karega Khalsa' is an anthem song, a totally theme based background score (shades of 'Jee Karda' in the antaras) that provides a good insight into the story and what can be expected during tense situations as the superhero takes on super villains in the good versus bad fight. And That truth will triumph! None better than Daler Mehndi for this motivational, awe-inspiring number with adequate support by Navraj Hans.

Summing up, Sachin-Jigar certainly fulfil expectations and provide an album that boasts of different varieties of songs with fresh tunes with arrangements that are innovative and compositions that are in keeping with the script . Our favourites are the title track, 'Beat Pe Booty' and 'Toota Jo Kabhi Tara'. With chartbusting music like this it looks like Remo and Tiger are sure to keep their track record intact, when the film releases all over this Thursday.

Music Review Rating Chart :-
Excellent - 4.5 & above
Very Good - 4
Good - 3.5
Average/Passable - 3
Pathetic - 2.5 & below

 Rating : 
3.5/ 5 stars

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