Dishoom Music Review: Dishoom features Varun Dhawan, John Abraham and Jacquline Fernandez. It is a masala action film releasing on 29th July.
The music is composed by Pritam and the lyrics are written by Kumaar, Mayur Puri and Ashish Pundit. It is Pritam's first album since Dilwale so the expectations are pretty much high.
Sau Tarah Ke
The song was in the trailer and it got viewers attention instantly. It is a peppy track with a lot of energy. You got hooked to the tagline "Sau Tarah Ke Rog Le Lo". The composition is a mixture of Indie-Pop and Arabic music. There is also a revisited version which is an average one. (3.5/5)
Singer Raftaar raps and Shahid Mallya provides a rustic flavour to the hip-hop number by singing a portion in Punjabi. Pritam tries to mix these elements with a smooth bass sound however fails. Rafaar's rap was poor but Shahid manages to leave an impression. (2/5)
The composition is similar to Sau Tarah Ke. There are too many drums played in the background and sound is loud. The lyrics are pathetic. The revisited version equally disappoints. (1.5/5)
A little better as compared to earlier songs. Abhijeet is a talented singer and he has got his first big opportunity in Dishoom. He does not disappoint but an average composition limits song's potential. (2.5/5)
Pritam fails to impress this time. The composition and the lyrics are the main culprits. It seems the composer was in a hurry and did not pay attention while composing. Except Sau Tarah Ke, all songs are similar and equally poor.
Our Picks: Sau Tarah Ke
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