Dabangg 2: Music Review [Sajid-Wajid]

Dabangg 2 seems to be beginning where Dabangg ended. Don’t know how much of Abhinav Kashyap’s magic is going to be there with Arbaaz, but at least music seems to tell you very clearly that it’s nothing other than Dabangg 2.

Dagabaaz re, the first song of the album is almost an extension of Tere mast mast do nain, though doesn’t go that high on notes. However, the combination of Salman, Sajid-Wajid and Rahat, and even Shreya, keeps things a lot in Dabangg mood. Lyrics are simple, nice, and in the mood with the music. It’s not mast-mast do nain, but the song is an okay sequel to the superhit track.

Bin Bulaye Baraati: Music Review (Anand Raj Anand)

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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