Blackmail Music Review

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By Tulsi, Bollywood.com

Irfan Khan starrer ‘Blackmail’ is a comedy drama, and a very interesting one too! Irfan Khan plays the role of Dev, a husband attempts to blackmail the lover of his cheating wife for some money, but ends up getting blackmailed himself. 

 

Whaaat? That’s twisted I know. Kirti Kulhari plays the cheating wife here, with Divya Dutta, Arunoday Singh and Om Vaidya in supporting roles. The film releases on 6th April, and I can’t wait! Is the music album as hatke as the plot of the film. Let’s check it out!

 

1. Happy Happy

The album starts with Badshah and Astha Gill mocking Irfan’s failed love story/marriage, and it’s quite funny. Humour is always a great way to start something, and it’s totally working here. Love it!

 

2. Patola

The second song of the album is the very popular and currently a chart-topper by the new fame Guru Randhawa. A very interesting choice for a wedding occasion in the movie, and though on a personal level I don’t really like this song, I cannot deny that it’s catchy and oh-so-upbeat. 

 

3. Bewafa Beauty

Now this one gets right to the point. In Pawni Pandey’s voice this number is about Dev aka Irfan Khan’s bewafa wife in the form of an item number. But this is no oridinary song. We have the gorgeous, sexy Urmila Matondkar doing her thing after way too long! She may be not her best here, but it was just so good to see her again.

 

4. Badla

A vengeful song with hilarious, hilarious lyrics, in the voices of DIVINE and Amit Trivedi. Honestly, this song is very creative, and I think my personal favourite one for this album! I love the whole “dark” feel to the number, and when the lyrics kick in, the game totally changes. Love!

 

5. Nindaraan Diyaan

The fifth track is actually a romantic number, breaking the entire rhythm of the album, in a good way. The singer is Amit Trivedi again, and this is a lovely song with a breezy feel. Quite poetic, I feel. 

 

6. Sataasat

The album closes with a pretty dark number. I love the beats, the lyrics are very profound, and Amit Trivedi’s voice is at its best. 

 

A quirky, kick-ass album, I say! Of course, the Irfan Khan touch always helps. It’s got an interesting mix of everything – one of those music albums that actually enhance a movie’s plot. 

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