Radhe Music Review: Salman Khan's Songs Needed Much More Of Himesh Reshammiya
By Umesh Punwani May 05, 2021
Radhe Music Review: Another Eid, another Salman Khan film, another music album creating situations for the character instead of delving into the narration. Too harsh? Well, you should read what do I’ve to say about the album.
Salman brings his trusted musicians like Sajid Wajid and Himesh Reshammiya on board, but is that enough? Let’s take a look at what the album has to offer!
This is a pretty forgettable and might be the weakest ‘opening song’ of bhai-films in recent time. Overall, this is “bleh bleh bleh bleh blllle-blllle-blleeh”.
The freestyle tempo of the song allows Kamaal to go all out. Payal Dev’s rustic voice couples up beautifully, with Kamaal delivering a treat to bhai-fans. Just listen to the first 30 seconds of both Seeti Maar, and you’ll know how Himesh traps you without wasting much time.
Dil De Diya
It’s a track not made for those who aren’t Salman Khan fans. For the major part of you guys reading this, this might be your favourite track of the album.
Radhe Title Track
The only chance Iulia has to sound better in a song is if she sings a duet with me. By a whisker, this one takes the crown of the “oh my god, why?” track of the album over Seeti Maar.
Ash King tries to pump in something of value to the track, but everything else is too turbulent to save the ship from sinking into the sea of “why this was even composed?” melodies.
All said and done; this needed more Himesh Reshammiya! Thankfully it doesn’t have many songs, maintaining a 50-50 balance of good to bad.
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