Rating: 3/5 stars (Three- stars)
Chal Pichchur Banate Hain is a situational comedy which is all set to arrive at the silver screen. The music of the album is given by Gaurav Dagaonkar who showcases his versatility after Kafirana (Joker). Vocals in the album are shared by a bunch of talented singers with Gaurav himself arriving behind the mike. Lyricist by Seema Saini and Pritish Chakraborty are as per the theme and premise of the movie.
Chal Pichchur Banate Hain Music Review: Copy Paste
The album begins with Copy Paste where Kailash Kher’s voice adds to the spice, hence making it noticeable. The track successfully portrays the whole build-up and popularity of remixes and remakes in Bollywood while keeping the composition simple by adding colors of harmonium and dholak very well. Anurag Bhomia and Pritish Chakraborty have penned lyrics like Ctrl C, Ctrl V which were expected in a song like Copy Paste.
Chal Pichchur Banate Hain Music Review: It’s Time
It’s Time comes next with Suraj Jagan as the vocalist. This one is a true rock number with a wow effect added due to play of guitars and drums. ‘It’s Time’ sketches a feel of a joyful and free college life that has no space for worries. Lyrics by Pritish and Gaurav are nice and have it in them to connect with the youth.
Chal Pichchur Banate Hain Music Review: Bas Tu Hi
Next in the list is Bas Tu Hi which changes the course of the album. Track begins in the soulful voice of Javed Ali which is carried ahead by the queen of melody Shreya Ghoshal. A pleasant male chorus in the background only enhances the effect. This one is a heart touching romantic number that will certainly take you to a journey of a distant world. This composition includes a pleasant play of piano and guitar which is very well fused with soft and delightful ‘tabla’. Lyrics by Seema Saini are good and carry a different feel when compared to what has been heard so far in the album.
Chal Pichchur Banate Hain Music Review: Pyaari Pyaari
Next song is Pyaari Pyaari which definitely shows Sohail’s talent. It’s very difficult to mix jazz and western classical with Hindi film music but Sohail does it effortlessly with his team and comes up with this marvelous track. It has reggae feel to it, which reminds one of Shaggy’s famous tracks. Good job by Sohail to keeps his flag of melody flying high and make the song grow on you.
Chal Pichchur Banate Hain Music Review: Main Gaa Loon Zara
Album moves ahead with another youthful rendition Main Gaa Loon Zara which has a motivational touch to it. It creates an aura of enthusiasm and vigor using soft aural strings of a guitar which is quite brilliant. Male chorus in the background further enhances the beauty and purity of Gaurav’s vocals. Lyrics by Arunima Bhattacharya are soulful and quite up to the mark.
Chal Pichchur Banate Hain Music Review: Baawra Mann
The album ends with Baawra Mann with Sunidhi Chauhan and Shaan coming together. Sunidhi has come up with a pliable slow romantic number which is quite different from what one usually expects from her. This one is a soft number which is pleasant and captivating while making a good use of flute and light drums in the background that is extremely delightful to the ears. Lyrics by Seema Saini very skillfully portray the ambitions of youth.
Chal Pichchur Banate Hain Music Review: The Last Word
Overall, composer Gaurav Dagaonkar has done a remarkable work in infusing an element of freshness and vigor, something that is quite visible in each of his tracks. The album has a bag full of versatility comprising of tracks that are inspirational, situational, romantic and melodious.