Kesari Music Review

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By Namrata,

Akshay Kumar’s much-awaited film Kesari has already hit the theatres and it seems the historical war drama is going to enjoy a good run at the Box Office in India. 

Directed by Anurag Singh, the film also stars Parineeti Chopra in a special cameo. While the movie is impressing the audience, it’s time for us to check out the music of Kesari and see if it’s as good as the story of the film itself.

The album starts off with the religious song Ek Onkaar which is sung by Jasbir Jassi. Over the years, Bollywood has doled our many versions of this track and every time the composition has turned out to be soul stirring. This time too the religious verse has been executed beautifully and Jasbir’s voice will definitely touch your heart. Start off your morning with this song and you’ll feel blessed and refreshed in a jiffy. 

Next on the list is Ve Maahi which is sung by Arijit Singh and Asees Kaur. It’s a beautiful, romantic number that will instantly bring a smile on your face. The music is soothing and the Punjabi lyrics are very meaningful as well. I was hooked to the song from start to end and heard it again before penning down this review. So if you ask me, Ve Maahi should be on your playlist without a doubt.

Teri Mitti is a patriotic number which is an absolute must-hear. The song starts off on a high note and will teleport you to a different world altogether. It’s soulful, hard-hitting composition which has been delivered so beautifully that there is no way it won’t leave an impact on you. From the music to the lyrics to the vocals, everything has come together so well that Teri Mitti is easily one of the best patriotic songs of recent times. Also, kudos to B Praak for singing this one amazingly and nailing all the emotions to perfection.

Then we have Sanu Kehndi which is Punjabi number high on beats and grooves music. It’s a fun track that you can listen to anytime and can even dance on with your friends. Sung by Romy and Brijesh  Shandilya, Sanu Kehndi has all the ingredients to become a popular dance number. In fact, I won’t be surprised hearing this song during the wedding season too. Overall, this punjabi track is a nice, feel-good number!

Ajj Singh Garjega is again a very powerful number which packs a solid punch courtesy its impactful lyrics and high intensity music which is majorly dominated by dholakia Beats. The song basically talks about the pride and courage of the Sikh soldiers and conveys the message effectively. Jazzy B, who has lent his voice for this Punjabi number, has done a terrific job by singing it with equal amount of energy and emotions. 

Last on the album is Deh Shiva which again is a religious verse. There is a male and a female version and both of them are quite different from each other. While the male version has been crooned by Sukhwinder Singh and is high on intensity and energy, the female version is more mellow and subtle and has been sung and composed by Jasleen Royal. While I loved the female version of Deh Shiva, overall, the religious track is beautiful irrespective of who is behind the mic. 

All in all, the music album of Kesari is very impressive and impactful at the same time. There is hardly any song that I didn’t like or won’t hear again. But when it comes to picking a favourite, I would definitely go with Teri Mitti and Ve Maahi.