Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Music Review: Bullett Raja (2013) *Saif Ali Khan - Sonakshi Sinha*

Director: Tigmanshu Dhulia
Cast: Saif Ali Khan & Sonakshi Sinha
Music Director: RDB  (Track #1) & Sajid-Wajid  (Track #2,3,4,5,6,7)
Lyricist: Sandeep Nath, Kausar Munir, Shabbir Ahmed & Raftaar

1- Tamanche Pe Disco - (RDB, Nindy Kaur & Raftaar): An energetic track which has foot tapping elements. A must listen for RDB-fans and for others, give it a try. Rating 3.5/5

2- Saamne Hai Savera - (Wajid, Shreya Ghoshal & Bonnie): A romantic and lovely track. Rustic Bengali vocals by Bonnie and beautiful vocals by Shreya make the song worth listening. If you liked "Chori Kiya Re Jiya" from Dabangg and "Saansoon Ne" from Dabangg 2, you are going to like this one also. Rating 3/5

3- Jai Govinda Jai Gopala - (Neeraj Shridhar): Neeraj Shridhar's vocals are nice but composition is not that great. Composers needed to work little a bit more on this track. But some familiar touches in the song work this time. Rating 2.5/5

4- Dont Touch My Body - (Mamta Sharma): An item song. Mamta Sharma doesn't look in form this time. The track doesn't offer anything special and even freshness is also missing. Sajid-Wajid clearly fails creating Dabangg or Rowdy Rathore magic this time. Rating 1.5/5

5- Bullett Raja - (Wajid & Keerthi Sagathia): A traditional Sajid-Wajid song, with full energy. A powerful song. The arrangement is good and a well-composed title/introduction song for Bullett Raja. Rating 3.5/5

6- Satake Thoko - (Wajid, Keerthi Sagathia & Danish Sabri): The track has familiar tune with mixture of fast, slow and medium paced beats. The track is not impressive at all. Rating 1.5/5

7- Jai Govinda Jai Gopala (Remix) - (Neeraj Shridhar): This one is just a pacy remix version of the original song. Rating 2/5


Freshness ... 2/5
Lyrics ... 3/5
Singers ... 3.5/5
Repeat Value ... 2.5/5


1 - Poor
2 - Average
3 - Good
4 - Very good
5 - Excellent

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