Music Review: Karle Pyaar Karle

Boxoffice Results

  1. INR 89.15 Cr.
  2. INR 22.01 Cr.
  3. INR 91.70 Cr.
  4. INR 30.40 Cr.
  5. INR 8.65 Cr.


By Tulsi, News Network

Karle Pyaar Karle is a Shree Krishna International banner film, directed by Rajesh Pandey, produced by Suneel Darshanth, and released on 17th January 2014. The story is about two childhood friends – the forever shirtless Shiv Darshan and bikini “babe” Hasleen Kaur – who meet after a long time and end up falling in love. Now that’s a *cough* new one! The music album is dull, repetitive and, well, not so surprisingly, clichéd. It is definitely not made for our, and it’s also doubtful that one would have appreciated this 20 years ago.

Karle Pyaar Karle

The title track of Karle Pyaar Karle, is bland. Sung by Benny Dayal, Palak Muchhal and Monali Thakur, the song’s lyrics are nonsensical. Though it is a song on encouraging youngsters to fall in love, it’s not encouraging at all! The disco music gets better as the song progresses, but overall, the song is a disappointing title track.

Teri Saanson Mein

This love song sounds more like a 90’s number, but not the best of 90s. It has a very out-of-date tune and incredibly old-fashioned lyrics. There is nothing original about it. The singers are Arijit Singh, Palak Muchhal and Amit Mishra.

O Darling

This lakdi pataaoing song includes some impressing, some strange statements and some fiery attitude of a not so romantic lover. Though the song is mainly set in a college campus, the song has a “road-side romeo” feel. The lyrics are absurd and uninteresting, and the singers Amit Mishra and Shasha Tirupati aren’t helping the song.  Basically, verbal diarrhea.


Another “oh so gooey” love song, this one is also clichéd and non-original. It’s boring and uninteresting, and the only saving grace is Javed Ali’s voice.


The intense judai song is sung very differently by Amnah Noor and Arijit Singh, and has an interesting flavor to it. The music is passionate and so are the lyrics. The number is a refreshing change to the other dull songs of the film. Probably the only song you can actually listen to.


Another sad song, by Tasha Tah and Mumzy this time. This one is once again unoriginally saddening – the music, to the lyrics, the entire feel. It has Punjabi lyrics and disco beats, and the English verse in the middle of the song makes one wonder how anyone is ever going to endure this track.

Soni Soni Akkha Nu

Sung by Rayyan Ameen and Tamara, this Punjabi number is again filled with repetitiveness.The music is passable.

Overall, the songs of Karle Pyaar Karle are very weak. The tracks are a mix of Punjabi and tapori, with random and forced English words to add a “humorous touch” to the album.