Oye! Bollywood Filmi
After Dum Laga Ke Haisha, expectations are sky-high from Yash Raj Films. The fact that the film is based in the 1943 Bengal, we expect a score that also does well.
But all hopes crash when we get into the score. In sheer energy quotient and the retro Western rhythm, the song
Decent, as the film is produced by music label T-Series.
Kanika Kapoor takes yet another item number in her stride-'Desi Look'. Composed by Dr. Zeus with minimalistic lyrics by Kumaar, it is-believe it or nuts!-almost a patriotic song ('Meri desi look pe mar gaye
There is the usual stew of nondescript pop musicians as the demands are just for items, with a romantic melody thrown in.
Intentionally raucous, rhythmic and risqué, Yo Yo Honey Singh continues with his now uber-monotonous and repetitious beats and chaalu fare
This road movie is anticipated for a powerful storyline. That and the film's setup do not lead to great expectations from the score, and the multiple music makers support the premise that no composer is truly involved with the film as a whole.
Kanika Kapoor delivers
The novel Aditya Chopra combination with Anu Malik sets the bar of our expectations very high as these two legends come together for the first time.
It can be called the song of the season, for such masterpieces are heard only once in a blue moon of late. Anu Malik
We hope for some catchy music, as the film is made by a trendy yet experienced choreographer.
The maddest song on the track is the convoluted 'Hu Tu Tu', sung by Sonu Nigam and Sivamani. Full of gimmicks - both instrumental and vocal - the song reminds us of '
Nothing high, as the film is small and almost faceless.
The music is in line with what is considered trendy. High-pitched male vocals, elements of rock and the standard kind of metres and lyrics ('Main tera aks hoon tu mera aaina') abound along with the