Music Review: O Teri

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By Tulsi, News Network

O Teri is a comedy flick about two reporters, played by Pulkit Samrat and Bilal Amrohi, and their road to a hit career in these corrupt times (though it looks more like their efforts focus towards getting in bed with someone). The leading lady is a hot Sarah Jane Dias, and the film also has Anupam Kher and Mandira Bedi. Produced by Atul Agnihotri, this movie has released on 7th March 2014. The music is composed by GJ Singh, and its Punjabi feel consumes you.  

Butt Patlo

A party song with super beats but awful lyrics! Sung by averagely Jaspreet Jasz and Roshni Baptist, this song is about two guys obsessing over lots of butts in a club. The song, especially the video, has a horrible attempt to sound and look like international tracks (Akon or Pitbull maybe). Strangely though, the song is unbelievably addictive thanks, solely because of the mind-blowing music.

Akhan Vich

Again, great music and tune but disappointing lyrics. Especially the English parts, that make absolutely no sense, are pushing it way to hard and just get annoying by the end. The Michael Jackson “Ou” in the middle of the song is where you really want to turn it off (yes, he actually does the pelvic thrust as well in the video)! The singers, GJ Singh, Jaspreet Jasz aren’t impressive at all, but Neeti Mohan saves the vocals.


Thank you Mika Singh. For finally quite an entertaining song! The female part, sung by Iulia Vantur, is again not so great. But overall the song is enjoyable. The remixed version by DJ Arya Acharya, is actually fantastic. Unlike usual remixes that just have a few extra-loud beats, this one actually enhances the song.

Phollo Karta

Phollo Karta (Follow Karta) by Manish J. Tipu is hilarious. The lyrics are rocking, and so is the background score. The song is about today’s doom generation (according to the song) and is an interesting number that offers a good laugh.

The music album, including the videos, drips and drools of wannabe-ness. There is too much of expensive sun shades, fancy clothes and hip-hop/street dance, and it doesn’t make me want to go ahead and watch the movie, at all.