Purani Jeans Music Review

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By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network

A story of friends, a story of love, and a story of drama. Yet it doesn’t sound as interesting as it should be! Directed by Tanushri Chattrji Bassu and releasing on May 1st, 2014, the film tries to focus its story on old friendship getting better with time, just like a pair of old jeans (and therefore the title “Purani Jeans”. TADA!) The film stars Tanuj Virwani, Aditya Deal and Izabelle Leite.

Yaari Yaari

A song on friendship, sung very well by Ram Sampat. Though some parts are nice and the tune is catchy, the happiness and bubbliness quotient of the song is an overload, and so are the lyrics. It’s meant to be young, fun and casual, bringing lovely memories of youth and friendship back.  However, the song ends with someone Ram Sampat screaming “Friends forever!!!”, which made me wish I could undo hearing the song.

Dil Aaj Kal

Typical music, typical lyrics and absolutely boring! The song has originality whatsoever, and though sung by the awesome KK, it’s not fantastic at all. I honestly couldn’t make it to the end of the song.

The Unplugged Version, which is sung by Sona Mohapatra, is just as boring and even slower! *Yawn*. Mohapatra’s voice though is powerful and very good to listen to.

Out of Control Mundey

By Suzanne D’Mello, this song is an attempt of a party song with raps and Punjabi boys blowing money, drinking booze and driving cool cars.

Yeh Beetey Din

The song has a Rock Version and an Acoustic Version, both sung by Ram Sampat. The song is fun, nostalgic, and, for a change, succeeding in what it’s trying to do. Both verions are superb, and I especially love the chorus in the Acoustic Version.

Jind Meriye

Sung by Navraj Hans, and painfully slow and depressing.

The album is just another youth movie attempt that is honestly quite boring and overdone. Wouldn’t listen to it again, ever, expect maybe “Yeh Beetey Din”.