I don’t know how you’re liking the video of Haan yahi pyaar hai showing Kangana Ranaut and Chirag Paswan, the song is easy on ears and Shaan seems to be doing good in some song after some time. Shreya is good as ever, or probably a little better, and that does add to the song. In short, I like.
The second song of the album, Wake Up now, is already on the TV too, and though the song faintly reminds me of some other song, and sounds like a wannabe Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy number, guess it is not too bad for a little party mood. Suzanne’s voice and the second-long entry of ghunghroo’s sound are some good points of the song.
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After Dev.D, Bin Bulaye Baraati is probably the first album which started with a ‘Baaja’ but the comparison ends there. Aa gaye Bin Bulaye Baraati is an average affair on a too simple but potentially addictive tune while addition of Brass band seems a good step. Still, don’t hope too high from the song. You can wait for it to reach your TV sets.
Kismat is a bit too techno by Anand Raj’s usual standards, but the good part is that the song does sound fine. Ritu Pathak seems to be doing good here in the item’ish club song. Okay.
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