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Mubarakan Music Review

By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network

A romantic comedy film in which Arjun Kapoor plays a double role. Brothers/cousins/some kind of relatives with the same face but completely different personalities. 
 
Yes, this reminded me of Salman Khan’s Judwaa too, but these “twins” are more of the Charan, a Punjabi village munda vs. Karan, the London-wala gentleman.  The movie also stars Anil Kapoor, Ileana D’Cruz and Athiya Shetty in the lead. 
 
1. The Goggle Song
Every Punjabi feel movie has a big fat wedding song, and this music album kicks off with one! Sung by Sonu Nigam, Armaan Malik and Amaal Mallik, this number is just the right way to get us all in the mood for the movie and its madness. Love love love it!  
 
2. Mubarakan 
The title track of the movie, of course, and it’s pretty neat too! It’s a “party wali night” kind of a song, and is sung by the super-missed Juggy D along with Yash Narvekar, Sukriti Kakar and Badshah. Lets say, there’s a lot of swag, attitude, style, glitter and glamour. Both Arjun Kapoors look dapper in black, but Anil Kapoor steals the show! The song may not be that amazing, but the video surely keeps you hooked till the end. Sorry girls, y’all didn’t stand a chance here! 
 
3. Jatt Jaguar
A complete Punjabi song, this one in the voices of Vishal Dadlani, Navraj Hans and Apeksha Dandekar, it’s all about the Arjun Kapoors. There’s a lot of cape-flying, goggle-wearing and fancy Punjabi words. 
 
4. Haathon Mein The Haath
This is a heartbreak song, because in every typical rom-com, there’s always a break up before the movie finale. In this case, the heartbreak song makes me cry because it sucks. The singers are Papon, Altamash Faridi, Aditi Singh Sharma and Arpita Mukherjee. 
 
5. Hawa Hawa
It’s almost as good as the original song, and that is because of Mika Singh of course! Prakriti joins Mika in the vocals, and the song has the same zest, even though the lyrics have been played with a little. Overall, a thumbs up, because after a long time have I heard a remake of an older song that’s actually worth liking. The video doesn’t do justice to the energy of the song though. 
 
6. Dil Dhadke Louder Louder
The album closes with another Punjabi song, but this one is not even close to the first song. Sung by Rinku Giri and Puja Basnet, this one is a rehash of the good old and overused Vaari Varsi. I wish the album ended with Hawa Hawa. 
 
 
Overall, as Anil Kapoor says: Mind-blowing! A complete entertainer for sure.