Rating: 3/5 Stars (Three stars)


Music Director/s: Pritam Chakraborty

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Phantom starring Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif is all set to hit the theaters soon. The film which is based on global terrorism has a soundtrack of six songs that have been composed by Pritam.

Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif in a still from movie 'Phantom'
Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif in a still from movie ‘Phantom’

Afghan Jalebi – Phantom Music Review

The song Afghan Jalebi comes in four versions in the album. The first version Ya Baba and the Film version are almost similar. At first, I did not enjoy much but after hearing the second version, the song truly impressed me with its beats. The Ya Baba version has been sung by Syed Asrar Shah and the film version by Akhtar Chanal Zahri, both of whom are Coke Studio Pakistan stars.

The third version Fitna Farebi has been sung by Nakash Aziz is just like the first two versions but not as enjoyable as the other two.

The fourth version which is called the Dumbek version is the best of the lot. With the complete middle eastern tunes and folk beats, this version is a winner. Pritam does a great job with all four versions; his choice of musical instruments is brilliant in all.

Saware – Phantom Music Review

After hearing Afghan Jalebi, this song is stark different and comes least expected in the album. It is a romantic number sung by Arijit Singh and has a typically Pritam feel to it. When it comes to romantic numbers, the composer has a signature style and this is one of them. The song is average, nothing extraordinary about it. The pop arrangements of the film seem too in



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