The name Suneel Darshan, director of hit musicals like JAANWAR, EK RISHTA - THE BOND OF LOVE etc is enough to look forward to some melodious chartbusting and massy compositions from a host of composers like Meet Bros Anjaan, along with some inexperienced and fresh names as well. Since KARLE PYAAR KARLE is the launch pad of Suneel Drashan's handsome son, Shiv Darshan, and is a love story, one expects some good music that is so very important for the film to make a mark at the box office. So let's check out whether our expectations are met.
Three promising young guns of the music world, Benny Dayal, Palak Muchal and Monali Thakur get together albeit for a disappointing cause, the racy title track 'Karle Pyaar Karle'. Continuous synthetic background rhythm and oft heard tune is a letdown.
Some nice South-East Asian (read, Thailand!) rhythm sets tone for a passionate love ballad, 'Teri Sanson Mein' rendered well by Arijit Singh and Palak Muchal. The background music arrangements are nice but once again like the title track this one too seems to be a caught up in a time warp.
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Folk based item number 'O Darling' is good parts in fact the 'mukhda', 'O darling tu dhuandaar hai, dil mera dilli, Tu sarkar hai' appears to be chartbuster but the 'antara' is disappointing. Amit Mishra and Shasha Tripathy render the song.
The other debutante, Hasleen Kaur, too does a decent job, given the nature of the script and overall stupidity of the plot.
The dialogues are a disaster. Sample this. A coach has this to say: ''Agar tere maa baap ne birth control pe yakeen kiya hota, toh aaj mere tees second barbad nahi hote.
OR THIS: ''Do type ke bum hote hai, ek me shit aur dusre me dum.''CHECK OUT: KARLE PYAAR KARLE - Music Review
Thank god the coach was thrown into a pit after this!
The story and scenes have their own logic. A death-like situation is treated like comedy. Actually that is the problem with KPK, it's a joke!