Star rating: 2/5 (Two Stars)

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Music Director: Sajid – Wajid and  RDB

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The music of Bullett Raja is very forgettable. One whiff through the album and you are already disinterested. Though there are 7 songs in the album, none of  them are even barely memorable. Though the music of some numbers are promisingly effervescent, others are too plain for anyone’s taste. The film’s music is composed by RDB who are known for their upbeat tunes, however it would just be fair to say that this isn’t even close to their best work.

Sonakshi Sinha in a still from Bullett Raja
Sonakshi Sinha in a still from Bullett Raja

Tamanche Pe Disco – Bullett Raja Music Review

It is a crisp little delightful track that is perhaps the best this album holds for you. With rap that sound really different from the usual Honey Singh style that is a norm in Bollywood films these days, RDB’s rap style is a neatly done fun piece with limited cussing. Nindy Kaur’s peppy voice is a pleasant gift from this number which is sure to have you tapping your foot.

Saamne Hai Savera – Bullett Raja Music Review

It is otherwise a very ordinary track. With its melody in place because of singer Shreya Ghoshal’s caliber and singer Wajid complimenting her well, it somehow is pleasant hear without touching the right chords of your heart. The Baul music, done extremely well with the Bengali vocals make it sound classic, but besides that the song offers almost nothing to hold on to.

Jai Govinda Jai Gopala – Bullett Raja Music Review

It is well etched song that stretches way longer than it should, killing any fun it might have originally had. Neeraj Sridhar is fantastic and though he does his best to interest the listeners with his great voice, the overstretched piece tires you out. The remix version of the track is way better than the original. However, I am compelled to question whether it is proper to dance on these lyrics of the song that is designed for nightclubs!

Don’t Touch My Body – Bullett Raja Music Review

Sung by Mamta Sharma it is a track filled abundantly with double meaning sexual innuendos. It sounds like a bizarre item number with at its core is stale and more importantly, utterly boring.

Bullett Raja – Bullett Raja Music Review

The film’s title track reminded me of Chulbul Pandey’s entry song in Dabangg and am sure it will be hard for you to miss the evident similarities between those. It is an average number sung by Wajid and Keerthi Sagathia that doesn’t appeal on any level and is highly unimaginative.

Satake Thoko – Bullett Raja Music Review

This one is a well intentioned song but doesn’t have the strength to captivate the audiences. Starting off at a good note, the song slackens abruptly and fails to revive at all. The song’s tempo becomes dull by the second half tiring you out by the wrap up.

The Last Word – Bullett Raja Music Review

Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Bullett Raja seems like a film of great potential, however, its music doesn’t have us echo similar feelings. With nothing except Tamanche Pe Disco and Samne Hai Savera remaining in our memory, this is a highly mediocre album with no attractive tune to flaunt. I am going with a 2/5 for this. You can simply decide to give this album a miss!Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Bullett Raja seems like a film of great potential, however, its music doesn’t have us echo similar feelings. With nothing except Tamanche Pe Disco and Samne Hai Savera remaining in our memory, this is a highly mediocre album with no attractive tune to flaunt. I am going with a 2/5 for this. You can simply decide to give this album a miss!

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