Parmanu Music Review

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By Tulsi,

Inspired by a true event, this movie is “the story of Pokhran”, where Indian nuclear bombs were to be tested in complete secrecy from the world, but things didn’t go as planned. 

The film stars John Abraham Penty and Boman Irani, and is slated to release on 25th May. The trailer is exciting for any Indian who has a bit of a patriot in him or her, so I’ll watch it. As for the music album, it’s a 6-song album with lots of extra-ness. 

1. Shubh Din
The album opens with this project kick-off song – the arrival at Pokhran fort. Naturally, it’s meant to be exciting, inspiring, patriotic and the “good vibes” stuff. It’s a Rajasthani number, perfect for the setting and location. The singers are Jyotica Tangri and Keerthi Sagathia. 

2. Jitni Dafa
An extra-boring love song that feels like it has been written and composed in the early 2000s, and takes John Abraham straight back to his first few movies like Saaya and Paap. No kidding, it’s really terrible. Singers are Yasser Desai and Jeet Gannguli, and they don’t help even a little in making the song the slightest bit more exciting. 

3. Thare Vaaste
This song in Divya Kumar’s voice is a super-patriotic, super-passionate number, again, with a Rajasthani touch. This is though is really poor and borderline “Border”-copied. 

4. Kasumbi 
Yet another patriotic number by Divya Kumar, and I don’t like it. It’s a fast tempo number that aims to drive passion through everyone’s heart, and hear me, Divya Kumar really does a good job here, but it’s just too unexciting. 

5. Sapna 
Arijit Singh steps in here to save the day, or so I thought at first.  It’s a melancholic number about broken dreams. You expect the Arijit touch to change everything, but it didn’t. As the song progresses, it just gets more and more drab. 

6. De De Jagah
Yasser Desai takes over again, and ruins the album forever with this last number. It’s a romantic song that makes me wonder: WHY? 

This album is way too old-fashioned and one that will not be remembered or even recalled. It’s a failed attempt of a glorious celebration of the Indian achievement.