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Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns Complete Music Review

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Movie Name :  
Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns
Movie Cast :  
Jimmy Sheirgill, Mahie Gill, Randeep Hooda, Soha Ali Khan, Irrfan Khan, Pravesh Rana, Deepraj Rana
Movie Director :  
Tigmanshu Dhulia
Music Director :  
Sandeep Chowta
Rating :  
3 / 5

Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns music review

Tigmanshu Dhulia made waves using the masterpiece Paan Singh Tomar this past year and transported on his strong script backed journey after Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster. Now he's expected to create a hat trick using the follow up Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns. Tigmanshu’s movies are only for story and figures which pretty much define the movie. Music can be used incidental than the usual driver. With Sandeep Chowta being roped set for the follow up and multiple lyricists (Mado-K, Juggi Singh, Kausar Munir and Sandeep Nath) uniting, one anticipates what’s within the offering.

Album starts with Jugni, an audio lesson that was there within the prequel too. It's a Punjabi track that has been used in Bollywood a number of occasions before too, although in various avatars. Sometimes the song might have transported Western beats, on others there's a conventional flavour while from time to time it's a fusion outing. It has been evidenced earlier in Tanu Weds Manu to Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!. Now Jazzy B gives vocals for this track in the typical Punjabi flair. Lyrics describe the feminine protagonist nicely and most likely will suit the smoothness because it showcases the dichotomy in becoming a ‘pink flower’ and ‘powerhouse’ simultaneously, hence creating a strong character.

Sowmya Raoh of Dreamum Wakeupum fame constitutes a breezy entry with Idhar Gire. It’s a melodious track having a jazz base into it with Sowmya engaging in the best mood and delivering an attractive number. You will find very couple of tracks composed in Indian cinema which fit in with this genre and get you to the era passed by. The final time when one heard something on wrinkles was Kaisi Paheli Zindagani for Parineeta. That one has got the same effect and can mesmerize the audience immediately.

Next track Media Se is really a situational track made by Paroma P Dasgupta. It's folk and rural music in the background that will fit into the UP-Bihar zone, both lyrically in addition to composition smart. Still, the track isn't something which audience goes gaga about. Mugdha Godse adds her charm within the track and can certainly gain some audience within the inside of the nation.

Piyush Mishra provides the theme from the movie in the original style in Bas Chal Kapat. The composition is dark & busy and has the capacity to produce the atmosphere for that type of narrative the movie carries. Lyrics are extremely pure and would take one to the inside of the nation where language is not affected and corrupt.

Last within the album is Kona Kona Dil Ka made through the famous classical singer Devaki Pandit. The composition includes a ‘tabla’ base into it with sparks of Western music in the centre. It’s a sluggish track which might just have some audience after two or three proceedings.

Apart from Idhar Gire and Jugni that might prosper around the charts there's very little within the album. However, as pointed out earlier, Tigmanshu Dhulia guarantees that tales of his movies prosper and for the reason that aspect, music may nearly have the ability to compliment the storytelling.

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