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There were expectations from the audio of Ratnaa Sinha’s SHAADI MEIN ZAROOR AANA, but one must say that the album surpasses them and the hard work (as per Ratnaa herself)...
Amit-Kausar pass with flying colours and meet our expectations in the audio of SECRET SUPERSTAR. The songs are in sync with the storyline...
GOLMAAL AGAIN Music Review: GOLMAAL AGAIN music is totally in tune with the fun and festive party spirit
The audio of GOLMAAL AGAIN is totally in tune with the fun and festive party spirit of the movie. All the songs are potential hits with the title track...
All credit to Sachin-Jigar for coming up with a good musical score, which is almost comparable to their (by now) iconic BADLAPUR album. The compositions fit the script yet they have a mass-plus-class appeal. Our picks are 'Lag Ja Gale', 'Trippy Trippy' and 'Will You Marry Me'. Quite like BADLAPUR, the songs will surely gain more popularity after the release of the film on 22nd September.
The audio of POSTER BOYS is strictly functional which rides high on 'Kudiyan Shehar Diyan', which incidentally is the only number that will gain some sort of popularity. Not much hard work has been done regarding the music but when its Sunny Pa ji and his gang in an action comedy, even the functional number will work their magic.
The audio of Milan's BAADSHAHO belies expectations as it just piggybanks on one chartbuster, 'Mere Rashke Qamar' (which itself is not an original and one has heard multiple versions before) by Pakistani artist, the late Sufi legend Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Apart from 'Mere Rashka Qamar', only one song catches fancy, 'Piya More'. However the popularity of both the songs should ensure a good initial for BAADSHAHO
It was indeed a difficult task for relatively new composer (but very musically talented!) Gaurav to compose music for BABUMOSHAI BANDOOKBAAZ, given the genre, but he has done well. His compositions are in keeping with the script and go along well with the narrative. He does deserve an extra half stars for his efforts, despite insipartions. Our picks-'Barfani' both male and female version, 'Ghungta' and 'Khali Khali'. Powerhouse of talent Nawzudding Siddiqui, a latest star, does not actually need chartbusting songs to make his films run, but the audio will certainly play a part when the film opens.
The album of A GENTLEMAN could have been classified as very good had it been from some other team. But when its Raj & DK with Sachin-Jigar (known for their fresh melodies) one expects some quality chartbusting stuff that is memorable like their previous albums. Our picks are 'Chandralekha' and 'Bandook Meri Laila' , though 'Disco Disco' does have that chartbusting potential.
BAREILLY KI BARFI meets expectations and has a nice variety catering to all tastes (mass & class) and is in keeping with the subject. We could have gone with the coveted four star rating, but the problem is that the tunes chosen by composers (excluding 'Bairagi') are not really fresh. However songs like 'Sweety Tera Drama', 'Twist Kamariya' and 'Nazm Nazm' will surely make it to the top. The music will surely attain more popularity after the release of the film.
It's been quite a lacklustre year so far with not just films performing below expectations but even the musical scores of highly anticipated films like KAABIL, TUBELIGHT and even SRK's very own RAEES etc, not really making their presence felt. Therefore, Imtiaz-Pritam-Irshad's JAB HARRY MET SEJAL appears to be a 'mannah' from the heaven, a complete album in itself, entertaining, classy-cum-massy with some memorable songs like 'Radha', 'Safar', 'Hawayein' and 'Beech Beech Mein' which happen to be our favourite(s). The music should certainly help the cause of the love story.
The audio of Akshay Kumar's TOILET-EK PREM KATHA is strictly functional, but two songs by the very promising Vickey Prasad,' Hans Mat Pagli' and 'Bakheda', make a strong impression and happen to be our picks as well. The movie of course does not really rely on the audio, to ensure a predictable good opening.
The audio of Anees Bazmee's MUBARAKAN is quite on the expected lines, in sync with the script and carries the festive, celebratory Punjabi spirit of the movie with some nice and potential chartbusters. 'The Goggle Song', 'Mubarakan', 'Dil Dhadke Louder Louder' are our picks. The songs should ensure a reasonably good opening when the film releases.
The audio of MUNNA MICHAEL does stand up to the expectations with some chartbusting and enjoyable numbers containing the spirit of the movie which revolves around dancing (late Michael Jackson style). Our picks, 'Main Hoon', 'Ding Dang' and 'Beparwah'. The song should definitely help the cause of the film.