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One By Two Music Review - A refreshment shot!

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By Tulsi, News Network

One By Two is a romantic comedy produced by Abhay Deol and Amit Kapoor under the banner of Viacom 18 Motion Pictures. The movie stars Abhay Deol himself sharing the big screen with real life partner Preeti Desai. The movie releases on 31st January 2014, and is a buzz amongst the youth of the country thanks to the producer and actor of the movie, Abhay Deol, who has successfully managed to become a very unusual youth icon in a short time. Everyone is excited to see the handsome Deol charm-boy with the woman of his life. The movie has the Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy trio as its music team, and oozes of freshness and youthfulness.

I’m Just Pakaod

A rock song, a very Abhay Deol song, and a very crazy and casual song sung by Siddharth Mahadevan. The song is about a frustrated guy who’s fed up of his work and love life, singing this song in his boxers and socks in his living room! It’s unusual, random, and funny! Absolutely love it – especially the guitar chords.


The rebellious number by Anushka Manchanda is once again very young and crazy. With upbeat composition and fresh lyrics, this song speaks the heart of today’s young go-getter ladies.

Baat Kya Hai

Sung by Clinton Cerejo, this sad, passionate love song has a very new tune and interesting lyrics. Simple and relatable, this song is a perfect yet hatke heartbreak song.


Never heard of this word, but the song is convincing enough to make one believe it actually exists. Again, a sad, passionate, and very interesting heartbreak song. The lyrics are casual yet very unique, you’ll never guess them while singing the song (yes, I try to guess lyrics of songs the first time I hear them). The Unplugged version is slightly different, and even better than the original version, owing to the awesome guitar piece.

Sheher Mera

Whistels, pianos, and a trumpet. The lyrics are casual and simple, and the tune is hummable. The song is sung by Thomson Andrews. You’ll want to snap your fingers, tap your feet, and whistle along soon enough!

Khuda Na Khasta

Sung by Arijit Singh, this song is another sad love number about a man going through love torture. Arijit’s voice does absolute justice to the song. The lyrics are almost depressing, and very good.

The album has six fresh tracks, all about, love, life, and heartbreaks. The movie being a rom-com, this album is apt, and having Abhay Deol as the producer and lead actor, the songs are perfectly his kind, like all his other (very few and selective) movies. Super duper!