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Mary Kom Music Review

Boxoffice Results

  1. INR 27.99 Cr.
  2. INR 19.11 Cr.
  3. INR 155.65 Cr.
  4. INR 0.23 Cr.
  5. INR 43.95 Cr.


By Tulsi, News Network

The much-talked about and awaited film Mary Kom, starring Priyanka Chopra as Mary Kom, releases on 5th September 2014. Based on the international boxing star Mary Kom, this film is the story of her personal life and her professional success, her fall, and her rising once again. The music album of the film reflects the film’s emotions and enthusiasm. But how well? Let’s have a look.

1. Ziddi Dil

A song about determination, in Vishal Dadlani’s voice. The track is very energetic but not too inspiring (it’s provably the loud and aggressive beats). Not addictive enough and gets boring. The video is a short summary of Mary Kom’s success story, from beginning to flashback, to the victory.

2. Sukoon Mila

A love song by Arijit Singh. Peaceful and calming, just as the title suggests. A typical Arijit song, but cannot help like it! It’s that cute wedding song where you just cannot fight the mushiness.

3. Adhure

Post the happy song comes the sad one. This track is about the downfall that Mary Kom faces. Sung by Sunidhi Chauhan, the song is beautiful.  

4. Teri Baari

A very, very inspiring song in the powerful voice of Mohit Chauhan! The lyrics are unique, fiery and extremely positive, as are the beats. I absolutely love it.  

5. Saudebaazi

One more Arijit Singh song, this time not so happy. It’s a break up song that sounds very different and unique. Arijit definitely has done a superb job singing it.

6. Salaam India

This patriotic song by Vishal Dadlani and Salim Merchant is not as passionate as it attempts to be. It’s too loud and boring! I’d rather forget it. 

7. Chaoro

Now that Priyanka Chopra sings international hits, it is not surprising that she would sing for her own film. This song is sung beautifully by her. It’s soothing, calming and peaceful. When they say music to the ear, it pretty much means this!

The album is not as power-packed as you’d expect from a movie like Mary Kom. The songs have a similar theme and all seem to be the same. It’s got nothing fresh to offer.