Rating: 3/5 Stars (Three stars)

Music Director/s: Meet Bros, Amaal Mallik, Ankit Tiwari, Manj Musik


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Shraddha Kapoor and Tiger Shroff’s rebel romance, Baaghi is all set to hit the theaters next month. While the film’s trailer looked fresh and high on action, we are expecting the soundtrack too to be high on life. The album has been composed by Amaal Mallik, Meet Brothers, Manj Music and Ankit Tiwari.

Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor in a still from movie 'Baaghi'
Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor in a still from movie Baaghi

Sab Tera – Baaghi Music Review

The first track from the album is the romantic ballad Sab Tera. This song is a clear winner when it comes to its commercial viability quotient. With musical arrangements that are easy on the ears, Armaan Mallik and Shraddha Kapoor’s vocals work their magic equally well. The song does seem to have found inspiration from other romantic numbers but nonetheless, it has the quality to entertain you well enough. Love songs are always a welcome and Sab Tera will appeal many!

Girl I Need You – Baaghi Music Review

Meet Brothers’ composed Girl I Need You is quite different from their previous works. After giving a series of item songs, the composers give us a romantic rap song. The song has a good mix of Arijit Singh, Khushboo Grewal and rap by Roach Killa. After Sab Tera which is quite typical, Girl I Need You is a refreshing change. If you are a sucker for romantic songs, this will certainly make an impact on you.

Let’s Talk About Love – Baaghi Music Review

An album is incomplete without a party song. Let’s Talk About Love is a lively number that will make sure you groove to it. Composed by Manj Music, the musical arrangements of the songs are a mix of retro beats with a touch of western beats. The guitar tone that kicks off this song is so powerful that it sets the mood for the rest of the song. Thanks to the beats, you pay really little attention to the lyrics. Raftaar and Neha Kakkar set a party mood with their vocals.

Cham Cham – Baaghi Music Review

Cham Cham seems to be the weakest song in the album. Even though a singer like Monali Thakur croons it, you hardly enjoy this number. The song is expected to a rain dance number considering its lyrics. Meet Brothers compose this number and they hardly get you hooked. Towards the end, the song paces up and turns into an even irritating number. Hopefully the video of the song will justify it as an addition to the album.

Agar Tu Hota – Baaghi Music Review

The Sad Song King, Ankit Tiwari gets one composition in the soundtrack. Agar Tu Hota is the song that will essay the longing when the love birds are separated in the film. The problem with this song is that it has a lot of resemblance to Tiwari’s previous tracks, Yaara Re and Galliyan. The singer-composer tries hard to make it a sad song with a powerful vibe but fails miserably. It comes across a typical Ankit Tiwari number and the not-so-impressive lyrics pull it down further. This is a passable track from the album.

The Last Word – Baaghi Music Review

The music album of Baaghi has a young vibe. Romantic numbers Sab Tera and Girl I Need You work well. Overall, the album has a mass appeal and could help the movie in providing an extra buzz. I am going with a 3/5 for the album.



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