Bajatey Raho music review: The soundtrack fails to leave an impression

The music of the Tusshar Kapoor film is just average

Film: Bajatey Raho; Music Director: Jaidev Kumar; Singers: Anmol Malik, Sona Mohapatra, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Manjeet Ral and Gajendra Varma

The music album of director Shashant Shah’s forthcoming revenge-comedy Bajatey Raho is made up of six tracks. While certain songs are attention-grabbing, others are monotonous.

The first track is Nagin dance sung by Anmol Malik. If the singer’s voice infuses fun, carefree feeling, the music is interesting with the pungi (trumpet) playing very efficiently. A good song to listen to, it could be termed as the highlight of the album.

Singer Sona Mohapatra tries to lift everyone’s spirits with the next number titled Khurafati ankhiya. Talking about naughty eyes, the song fails to maintain a rhythmic pace. Far from being a humber for the masses, it’s an extremely average track.

Fans of rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh would definitely tune in to listen to Kudi tu butter. Although the song reflects the singer’s carefree style of singing and lyrics have the Midas touch, it is lacklustre. The music has electro beats, but it does not have the kind of energy expected from Honey Singh.

The title track Bajatey raho disappoints thanks to its non-impressive composition. Singer Manjeet Ral of RDB band has tried to give it an international feel by adding a lot of rap, but it does not strike the right chord and rather sounds out of place.

The next in queue is the reprised version of Kudi tu butter. Sung by Gajendra Varma, this one is ‘music to ears’. Honey Singh’s rap sounds more interesting in this number than the original one. But even being an average number, it is much better than the others.

The last one on the album is Nagin dance remix. With a lot of beats, and loud mixing to the original track, it is made for discotheques.

The music album of Bajatey Raho lacks the kind of energy that would appeal to the masses. While more experiment could have been done with the compositions, it seems that the songs have been made because the movie needs them and not to tell a story to the audience. Certainly, it could have been much better.

Rating: 2 out of 52 Star Rating

Reviewed by IANS

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