By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network
An Ayshmann Khurrana, Sonam Kapoor and Rishi Kapoor starrer, Bewakoofiyaan is about a couple that is madly in love with each other, and the father of the girl, who is madly troubled by this (as she earns more than her better half). Produced by Aditya Chopra under the Yash Raj Banner, this movie releasing on March 14, 2014 promises a lot of love and laughter.
A song about love, life, friendship and unrestricted fun. The song is interesting and enjoyable only after two hears, probably because the lyrics are in the kind of Hindi that’s a little tough to understand in the first go. The complicated lyrics are quite unusual for a rather “chilled out” song. The singers are Aditi Singh Sharma and Benny Dayal. Hmm, okay.
Sung by Neeti Mohan, and Ayushmann Khurrana himself, this song is quite a role reversal. Some pitching by the girl and some snubbing by the boy makes this song slightly entertaining, yet not fun enough to hear it again. Though the tune is quite nice, the lyrics aren’t strong enough to capture anyone’s attention. The singers have done a fantastic job nevertheless.
The title track, of course, sung by the fantastic and famous Raghu Dixit, and therefore it has to be mind-blowingly rocking! Though the beginning is not that great, the song grows on to you, and the way he sings bewakoo-oo-fiyan is the typical Raghu Dixit style of putting a pinch of surprise in the song. The song talks about fixing damage done in quite a peppy manner. Something that anyone has gone through at some point in life, and something anyone can relate to.
If it is sung by Mohit Chauhan and Shreya Ghoshal, it’s got to be a love song. The song attempts to create an “aw” atmosphere, but somewhere fails to achieve that. Perhaps it’s the name of the song.
Good song, awesome lyrics and superbly sung by Vishal Dadlani. The song has attitude, persistence, and sort of inspires today’s youth to live life the way they want to. Thumbs up for the track, but why Aye Jigida after every paragraph?
Now finally a song that makes you go “aw”. Sung by Ayushmann Khurrana (gosh he sings well), this song is so Punjabi and cute, I could listen to it one more time!
Freshly out of the love and youth oven, yet not hot enough to make it to the top charts. The songs are not as great as expected from this genre of films, but they are not unbearable either. The album is okay, with a few interesting hints of romcom. Having said that, hopefully the movie is hopefully better!