My Friend Pinto: Music Review (Ajay-Atul et al.)

Dhinchak Zindagi didn’t sound so dhinchak to me even with its not bad melody, probably because of its arrangements, and Kunal sounds a bit too enthusiastic here, but then that probably goes with the song. Overall fine, but not too great.

The next, do kabootar gets some reduction in noise levels, and even though it’s Kunal again, the song and the singing are both better. Even though the song is nice, if you listen to the lyrics, they seem worthy of a little more serious tune. Not bad still. Like it.
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Click: Music Review

Doorie….

Yup, Click starts exactly on the same note as Shamir Tandon’s first composition Rubaayi starts exactly like Atif’s Doorie even though it changes its path early. The song though is good, and all singers, especially Sunidhi sound well. Lyrics of the song are slightly better than average for a usual love song. Overall, other than Atif effect the opening song of Click is not bad.
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Pangaa Gang Music Review

If there was any doubt in the fact that Panga gang is a useless movie, the soundtrack confirms it. The movie has some strange songs. Interestingly it’s the only album where only one song doesn’t claim to be a remix or some type of mix.

Here is the review. Point to be noted: the remix is relative and the good words need not be compared with good in general.

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