Veteran filmmaker, Jyotin Goel, of INAAM DUS HAZAR, ZAHREELEY, SAFARI fame is back after a long hiatus with a zany rom-com, HUM HAI RAAHI CAR KE
! And this time, its all the more special as the film is the launch vehicle of his handsome son, Dev Goel opposite the 1920 girl, the beautiful Adah Sharma
! And just like his previous films, HHRCK also stars his lucky charm, Sanjay Dutt
who essays a very important role. Music department is under the guidance of the ably talented Siddharth-Sangeet Haldipur (MURDER 2
& BLOOD MONEY
) who have just delivered an outstanding score for AATMA
, so we do expect some good stuff from them. So let's get started and check out what is in offing!
Mika Singh is in top form as always in this party or celebration number, 'Ding Dang Ding Dang'
that is a good combo of 'Bhangra'
and pop. Though the tune is heard before, yet the treatment is quite novel and the lyrics that urge one to let go of their worries and not take stress and things too seriously are praiseworthy. The promotional music video doing rounds should help the song climb the charts. CHECK OUT: Adah Sharma - Fun to move from a psycho to chirpy
Burn the dance floor, the song commences with these words and the composition does make one do exactly that! 'Nachlay Nachlay'
is an extremely cute dance number that relies on a lively rhythm and more than that some absolutely rocking lyrics that will surely be identified by the youth and the Gen X. Shaan and Monali Thakur do the honours and are just great together as they bond like pals as the lead pair is shown in the movie.
The hip-hop reggae dance track 'Pri And Me' is a nice situational number with a nice flowing tune. Clinton Cerejo does well and he is supported by some nice background musical arrangements, both 'desi' and western. Since this a road trip movie, the lyrics are nicely penned with good usage of Hinglish that is universally appealing and the song can be utilized as a good background score as well.
Lovely guitar strums, cello notes commence the petal soft love ballad, 'Who'
rendered with great dexterity by Sangeet Haldipur and Anusha Mani. Nice chorals, beads and harmonica add to the romance. Lyrics are apt as the leads essay the roles of bosom pals who realize their love for each other after a long time and the acceptance of their feelings is conveyed well through the words.
The theme track, 'Hum Hain Raahi Car Ke'
is another novel effort by the composer duo as they just use the title and put it to many different tunes. Sangeet Haldipur, Sukriti and Prakriti Kakar lend their voices to this zany outing. CHECK OUT: Adah Sharma called up call centers for HUM HAI RAAHI CAR KE
On the whole, Sangeet-Siddharth Haldipur have come up with an enjoyable fare and one comes across quite a variety of compositions here, all suited to the mood and theme of the movie. 'Nachle Nachley'
are our picks. With some aggressive promotion, the audio should help the movie open decently when it releases on 24th May.