Jagga Jasoos Music Review

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By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network

One of the most awaited movies of this year, Jagga Jasoos is a mystery romantic comedy, or rather a musical adventure, starring ex-lovers Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, who broke up mid-way through the shooting of the film (which obviously added to the hype of the film). 
The film is directed and produced by Anurag Basu (yet another feather in its cap), and has a lovely music album to enjoy. The plot of the film revolves around a shy and lonely teen in search of his missing father. 
1. Ullu Ka Pattha
The album opens with nerdy versions of Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif with impressively weird dance steps. The track is sung by Arijit Singh with Nikhita Gandhi, and though it may have become quite popular, I think it is very ordinary. From what it seems, these two, who are in some very strange relationship, are collecting money as they travel across a far-off country, or escaping some sort of crime situation, Well, doing ridiculous dance moves during his travel endeavors seems to be Ranbir’s thing, don’t you think?  
2. Galti Se Mistake
The second song pretty much made me fall in love with Ranbir Singh! He was always a good dancer, but this is seriously some new level of creativity. Shot in what appears to be a boys hostel, sung by Arijit Singh and Amit Mishra, this track is peppy, silly and cute. Thumbs up for this one! 
3. Jhumritalaiyya
A romantic song, once more by Arijit Singh this time joined by Mohan Kanan. It’s a fresh, short track that gets you humming in no time. Watch out for the guitar solo!
4. Phir Wahi
Arijit Singh yet again blows us away with Phir Wahi, a song dedicated to the missing father of Jagga and his beautiful but haunting memories. Deeply touching, wonderfully sung, this number is surely a listen.
5. Musafir
In the beautiful voice of Tushar Joshi, this track is probably the best one of the album. It’s peaceful yet heartbreaking. 
6. Khaana Khake
An interesting attempt at a desi rap, this number is high on creativity and fun factor. I just wish that Katrina didn’t attempt to do the trumpet-blowing impersonation. All in all, an extremely unconventional but awesome party song that I definitely want in my music list next time. 
7. Tukka Laga 
The album closes with a 31-second super-short number that serves as a promo for the film. And a very interesting and creative one that too! Yes, you must experience it.  
To sum it up in one word, this album is different. Absolutely different. There’s a lot of experimenting, but that’s always a good thing. Love it!