Rating: 3/5 Stars (Three-stars)

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In the world of modern technology, Bollywood too wants to be up-to-date and this seems to be the perfect reason for the next title of Eros International and Next Gen Films. 3G is a forthcoming supernatural thriller flick that casts Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan along with Mrinalini Sharma in pivotal roles. Music of the movie is composed by Mithoon (he also pitches in as a lyricist) who is well known for his superb piece of work along with Amar Mohile roped in for a guest composition.

Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan in a still from 3G Movie
Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan in a still from 3G Movie

Kaise Bataaoon – 3G Music Review

The album opens with a duet track Kaise Bataaoon, a divine outing that sets quintessentially romantic mood as K.K’s soothing vocals add up a shade of charm that indeed takes you in another world. K.K has been well complimented by sizzling fashion model and actress Sonal Chauhan who is making her debut in the whole new avatar of a vocalist with this number. Musical arrangements used by Mithoon are light and catchy with equally acknowledgeable and interesting lyrics. The track also has a Cantabile version to offer in the high impact vocals of Abhishekh Nailwal. This exquisite melodious offering from Mithoon calls out for an acknowledgement.

Khalbali – 3G Music Review

3G moves ahead with another peppy romantic outing Khalbali that features the vocals of Shilpa Rao, Arijit Singh and Tochi Raina. This one is a foot tapping number that invites you to fall in love again. Arijit’s and Tochi’s vocals bring on some nice ‘jugalbandi’ towards the end of the track while Shellee’s lyrics have a magical feel to them, hence adding on to the overall composition. There is another version of the track, ‘Khalbali (Punjabi)’, which is a solo rendition in the vocals of Tochi Raina. It has a completely different mood with Sonu Kakkar penning diverse lyrics. This one is an equally good listen.

Bulbulliya – 3G Music Review

Adnan Sami makes a comeback after a short lull with the track Bulbulliya. The track starts with Adnan’s signature piano that is both vibrant and stunning. This is one track which should aid the film’s narrative. However it doesn’t really have the kind of appeal that was the hallmark of the songs preceding it.

3G Theme – 3G Music Review

The album concludes with 3G Theme that is an instrumental composition by guest composer Amar Mohile and gives a strong feeling of being used throughout the narrative as it rightly reflects the thriller genre of the movie.

The Last Word – 3G Music Review

Overall, 3G turns out to be a decent affair as the tracks Kaise Bataaoon and Khalbali are really soothing and unique in their own way and have a good potential to turn popular in quick time.

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