Luka Chuppi Music Review

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By Namrata,

Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon’s much-awaited rom-com Luka Chuppi is arriving in the theatres on March 1. While the trailer of the film got me excited with its crazy storyline, I was really looking forward to the music of this hatke comedy. Have the makers dished out a good album? Are the songs impressive? Well, let’s find out right away without any further adieu. 

The first track in the album is Poster Lagwa Do which is sung by Mika Singh and Sunanda Sharma. It’s the recreated version of Akshay Kumar’s track Ye Khabar Chapwado from his film Aflatoon. Since I like the original version, I was keen on hearing the new one just to see if it’s any better. Well, the music is much more upbeat and the way the composers have treated the song is also different. Overall, it’s a nice, peppy version of the original one and I really wouldn’t mind dancing on it. 

Next up is Coca Cola which is crooned by Tony Kakkar and his sister Neha Kakkar. Again, it’s an old track of Tony that has been recreated by Tanishk Bagchi who seems to have mastered the art of giving old songs a new life with his music. Just like the first song, this one too is a groovy, fun number which will certainly rule the party circuit. Even the video is worth watching courtesy Kartik Aaryan’s dance moves. Also, the rap portion in-between by Young Desi is really cool. So I am definitely recommending Coca Cola to all the music lovers out there. 

After two energetic dance numbers, the third track of the album is a soft romantic number titled Photo. Tanishk Bagchi again has done a superb job of recreating this Punjabi number which is composed by Goldboy. From the word go, I was hooked to the song courtesy Karan Sehmbi who has sung it beautifully. He voice is indeed magical and soothing, especially in this song. It’s undoubtedly my most favourite track from Luka Chuppi. So do hear this one and I am sure it will wow all you guys as well. 

Another Punjabi song in the album, Tu Laung Main Elaachi is sung by Tulsi Kumar and has been recreated by Tanishk yet again. The original version was sung by Mannat Noor and since I hadn’t heard that one, I liked this version a lot. It’s a happy dance number that I am pretty sure will be a rage during the wedding season. The video is also fun to watch as Kriti looks stunning as the new bride and her dance moves are also good. Though it’s not an original song, Tu Launch Main Elaachi is still worth hearing. 

The last song is Duniyaa which is a melodious romantic track sung by Dhvani Bhanushali, Akhil and Bhrigu Parashar. The original version came out a few years back and was loved by the audience. And now it’s back with new lyrics penned by Kunaal Vermaa. I was pleasantly surprised to hear this song and immediately took a liking towards it. From the music to the lyrics and even the video, everything in the song works perfectly together. Also, Kartik and Kriti’s sizzling chemistry makes Duniyaa a visual delight. So go ahead and add this song to your playlist because it will stay there for a long time. 

While none of the songs in Luka Chuppi are original, I am happy that at least the composers and all the singers have done a fine job by recreating old songs sensibly and tastefully. If I had to pick my favourites then it would both the romantic songs - Photo and Duniyaa. Having said that, the entire album of Luka Chuppi is actually good.