Music Review: Dishkiyaoon (2014) *Sunny Deol - Harman Baweja*

Director: Sanamjit Talwar
Cast: Sunny Deol, Harman Baweja & Ayesha Khanna
Music Director: Sneha Khanwalkar (Track #4, 6), Palash Muchhal (Track #1, 2, 3, 5)
Lyricist: Mayur Puri (Track #1), Sanamjit Talwar (Track #2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

1- Tu Mere Type Ka Nahi Hai - (Kunal & Gayatri Ganjawala): Kunal Ganjwala is singing duet with his wife Gayatri Ganjawala for first time. Composed by the youngest Bollywood composer Palash Muchhal who is only 18 years old. The song is meant to be a masti type song, but fails to impress at all. Some good beats are ruined by inexperience of the composer and absurd lyrics. Lyrics are below average. Rating 2/5

2- Tu Hi Hai Aashiqui (Solo) - (Arijit Singh): 'Tum Hi Ho'-star Arijit Singh is back with 'Tu Hi Hai Aashiqui'; a typical Bollywood romantic track. The track keeps you reminded about 'Tum Hi Ho' from Aashiqui 2. The track is based on guitar arrangements. While there is nothing extraordinary, the song is quite likeable. Lyrics are beautifully written by the director of the film. And Arijit Singh shines like a diamond in these types of romantic track. Rating 3/5

3- Nachle Tu - (Mika Singh & Palak Muchhal): A full on energy track, sung by Mika Singh and composer's sister Palak Muchhal. Inexperience of the Palash makes the song quite ordinary, which could be much better. Overdose of techno sounds make the song unbearable, though the part where Palak Muchhal renders her vocals, is quite catchy. Rating 2/5

4- Tutey - (Sukhwinder Singh): We are always excited whenever we see that the composer's name is 'Sneha Khanwalkar', simply because she keeps experimenting with tunes and gives always something unique. Wonderful use of techno sounds makes this track a must listen, though the lack of a 'likeable' tune damages the chances of the song being a true winner. But listen to it because of how well Sneha has used techno sounds and for great Sukhwinder Singh. Rating 3.5/5

5- Tu Hi Hai Aashiqui (Duet) - (Arijit Singh & Palak Muchhal): It has the similar music arrangements as the solo-version. Palak Muchhal has joined Arijit Singh behind the mic and only this fact makes the song lil better than the other one. Palak Muchhal's vocals are really so beautiful. Rating 3.5/5

6- Nissar - (Vishal Dadlani & Sneha Khanwalkar): Without any doubt, the best track of the soundtrack. It's too different for many, but we loved it. Amazing composition, brilliant use of techno sounds and still basic tune is pure classical. It is an experience in itself to listen this song. Sung brilliantly by Sneha herself and Vishal Dadlani who is famous for his loud and energetic singing, but this time he sounds so different and unrecognizable. We like this side of Vishal also. Rating 4.2/5

Freshness.. 4.5/10 
Compositions.. 5.5/10 
Lyrics.. 7/10 
Singing.. 8.5/10 
Repeat Value.. 4/10


Strictly Average!


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