By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network
Amitabh Bachchan starrer and sequel of Bhoothnath, this film is all set to capture the children across the nation on 11th April 2014. With a political plot, and Boman Irani as the evil Politian, this movie seems to be full of humor, entertainment and dhamaka, just like its music album!
Party To Banti Hai
When the Amithabh-style dance steps meet some Hindi rapping, you know it’s going to be fun! This song targets the dirt and shamefulness of politicians in the film. The song is light and the beats are going to get you dancing in no time.The song is sun by Mika Singh and Meet Brothers Anjjan.
There is also a remix version, by Meet Brothers Anjjan ft. DJ Kiran, Abhi-Shree and Mika Singh, which starts of horribly by calling out the names of the artists in a way that makes you run to a place where you can throw up. The music gets better though.
Har Har Gange
This song starts with a dialogue by Amitabh Bachchan, quite a long one, about the nation’s political issues and two confused and laid back cops. The song picks up after that in the voice of Aman Trikha. The song is completely about the political scenario, power-hogging leaders and a carefree generation.
The song is also remixed by DJ Kiran, which is rather unnecessary though has super beats.
Party With The Bhoothnath
This song actually makes you wonder if there is anything that the Big B cannot do. In this song, he raps with Yo Yo Honey Singh about partying, and boy he parties hard! The beats are rocking, the tune is catchy, the video is fantastic, the steps are pretty cool too. And Amitabh ji? That man is simply mind-blowing!
This song takes a serious route. Dedicated to God, the track goes on to talk about the worrisome humanity today. It asks for equality and kindness. The beautiful vocals are by Rituraj. It’s rather touching.
Sung by kids Parth S. Bhalerao and Anish, this is yet another rap – Dharavi mix. It’s funny and cute, and the boys have done an impressive job!
Yes, the tracks make me want to watch the movie, even though it’s a children’s movie! With a combination of Amitabh Bachchan, Boman Irani, and lots of horror+political comedy, the music album has already captured my heart.