Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami
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Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami Music Review

By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network

Directed by Ravindra Gautam, this Hindi comedy is scheduled to release on 10th October, 2014 under the banner of Nautanki Films. With actors like Anupam Kher, Neha Dhupia and Divyendu Sharma (Liquid from  Pyaar Ka Punchnama), this film appears a little hatke! To promote the film, Shahrukh Khan launched the trailer, which actually looks quite hilarious! Let’s see if the music album is as entertaining.

1. Ghoor Ghoor Ke

This item song is sung by Sona Mohapatra. The song is a typical heroine dancing and villain enjoying item song of the old times, and Neha Dhupia has impersonated cult heroines like Rekha, Sri Devi and Aishwarya Rai, while the villain appears in avatars like Mogambo (Amrish Puri) and Amitabh Bachchan from Bunty Aur Babli. Neha Dhupa doesn’t suit the roles and fails to dance. The song is still good, though.

2. Tod De Kataar

A track with lyrics that focus on the film’s plot. The video, shows snippets of the film’s jhol moments and how they achieve ekkees toppon ki salaami. However, it’s not so entertaining. The track is sung by Divya Kumar, Ram Sampat and Laabh Janjuwa.  

3. Hum Tumhe Kaise Bataaye

This love song want’s you to “embrace your love in a new style”. Well, there is nothing new about it, but it is an absolutely beautiful song! Quite fresh, and beautifully sung by Aman Trikha and Tarannum Malik. The video has some typical love moments like sitting at Marine Drive, eating pani puri together and some long bike rides.

4. Bitua

In Mohit Chauhan’s wonderful voice, this song is something different. It’s again a plot-related song, with touching  and lesson-teaching lyrics about the realities of life. It’s absolutely liberating and the best track of the film!

5. Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami

And the title track comes last! Sung by Ram Sampat and Earl Edgar D, this party/closing song is a song dedicated by the sons to their dad. It’s a little lame. Actually, very!

An interesting album mixed with all sorts of songs that draw you closer to the film’s story. Not very commercial, but I’d still want to watch the film after hearing the songs.