By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network
A comedy superhero flick starring Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez, this movie released last Friday (25th August), and has failed to leave an impression. Unfortunately, its music album didn’t come to its aid either. Let’s have a look why:
1. A Flying Jatt
The title track of the movie is absolutely dull and boring. You cannot understand what is going on in the song, so I turned to watching the video. That too didn’t help much in making an impression. The singers are Raftaar, Mansheel Gujaral and Tanishkaa.
2. Toota Jo Kabhi Tara
This romantic number, in the voices of Atif Aslam and Sumedha Karmahe, is as unimpressive as the first song. It is forced and done to death. Atif’s magic has no effect here whatsoever. As for the video, it’s cheesy, and not magical either despite its efforts.
3. Khair Mangda
Another Atif Aslam track, this one hasn’t cracked the album yet either. It’s a heartbreak song, and it’s painful to hear (and not in a good way).
4. Bhangda Pa
A Punjabi celebration track in the voices of Vishal Dadlani, Divya Kumar and Asees Kaur that starts off fun and peppy, but reduces to the original dull and flavor of the album.
5. Beat Pe Booty!
The only catchy song of the album, and the chosen song to promote the movie. The video is sexy and fun, and Jackie’s sexy booty moves stole the show and made Tiger Shroff’s super-flexy and complicated moves look like no big deal. The Beat Pe Booty challenge took over Bollywood and social media, and that was a pretty fun promotional activity. However, it doesn’t save the album from sinking (nor the movie). Singers: Sachin Sanghvi, Jigar Saraiya, Vayu and Kanika Kapoor.
6. Raj Karega Khalsa
Another song that makes you think: “What the #&@* is happening here!?” If the title of the song wasn’t worse enough, the singers are Daler Mehendi and Navraj Hans. Case closed.
I couldn’t have waited more for a music album to get over! Horrible, terrible, and stupid.