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Badrinath Ki Dulhania Music Review

By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network

The sequel of Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, Badrinath Ki Dulhania once again stars the full-of-life Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt! Their chemistry has been talked about since their very first movie – Student Of The Year –  released.

When they came together again for Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, they were yet the talk of the town. This movie, however, gives somewhat an ordinary feel. Even the music album gives a vibe. Here it is:

1.  Aashiq Surrender Hua
The album kick start with a Jhansi-style love song with a 90s feel, and quite innovative it is I must say. A fun number to dance on, and full-on filmy-style. The singers are Amaal Mallik and Shreya Ghoshal.

2. Roke Na Ruke Naina
The second song is a romantic track in the voice of Arijit Singh. And of course, it’s beautiful as always. Yet, there’s nothing special about it. Probably just another Arijit track.

3. Humsafar
Sung by Akhil Sachdeva and Mansheel Gujral, this track is a heartbreak song which is too slow and too boring for the rest of the album. As a stand-alone song, I wouldn’t give it a hear even once. Maybe the movie plot may do it justice?

4. Badri Ki Dulhania (Title Track)Dev Negi, Neha Kakkar, Monali Thakur, IKKA
This super-addictive and fun title track is all we needed to hear to know that this is going to be one masaledar album. The music and lyrics are awesome, and the choreography and set is impressive too! The colours are bright, and Varun Dhawan’s chest looks great! Singers Dev Negi, Neha Kakkar, Monali Thakur and IKKA have kept the energy bars upthrough out the song. Finally a different kind of a Holi track…

5. Tamma Tamma Again
A remake of the legendary Tamma Tamma starring Madhuri Dixit. unfortunately, this one destroys the 90s rather than making us relive it. in fact, it’s kind of heartbreaking. I wish the album didn’t end this way! Singers: The original Bappi Lahiri and Anuradha Paudwal, remixed and ruined by Badshah.

The album is light and fun, but doesn’t manage to recreate the magic that Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania had.