Tiger Zinda Hai Music Review

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By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network

Rejoice! This is the much-awaited reunion movie of Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif! Sequel to super-hit film Ek Tha Tiger (2012), this movie brings us back this gorgeous looking couple who was once upon a time madly in love with each other (and Salman probably still is), with lots of romance, superhero feels and more! 
 
Tiger Zinda Hai is a based on the real story of the 2014 abduction of India nurses by ISIL in Iraq. The trailer is a candy store for Salman fans. And the music album? Let’s have a look! 
 
 
1. Swag Se Swagat
 
The album kicks off with the most popular track of the lot, and all Salman-Kat fans are head over heals! I’m not too impressed, though. Even though the beats are pretty awesome, facing terrible lyrics and horrible rapping just for the sake of Salman is something I cannot do anymore. And honestly, I didn’t enjoy the video so much either. The entire track/video is repetitive and even Salman’s steps are not making up for it. Katrina’s moves though are… The singers are Vishal Dadlani and Neha Bhasin, and even they have let me down! 
 
 
2. Dil Diyan Gallan
 
It’s a beautiful love song with a Punjabi touch, and has been sung beautifully too by Atif Aslam (yay!). Surely more original than the first track. However, the video is extra-disappointing. It’s shocking but there is absolutely no chemistry between Sallu bro and Katrina, and the entire set up looks fake, from the snowflakes to the “romantic” dinner in the middle of a million candles. It lacks the soul that the soundtrack stands for. The female version by Neha Bhasin is as lovely. 
 
3. Zinda Hai
 
Obviously the title track. And I gotta say, it’s pretty cool! Great build up to the sequel, does what it needs to do – create excitement, and has Salman do what he does best – impress! Singers: Sukhwinder Singh and Raftaar (thumb up!). 
 
4. Daata Tu
 
A song of hope and faith in the heartwarming voice of Shreya Ghoshal. This song gives meaning to the entire film, holding the hope and faith of the Indian nurses held captive to be saved by God’s grace. This video has everything that the trailer doesn’t – a reason. While the trailer celebrates Salman Khan only, and at most his romance with Katrina, this video actually shows the real plot of the film. 
 
5. Tera Noor
 
This number is an intense build up of the film. Great rock beats, powerpacked lyris, and the unique voice of Jyoti Nooran! What an awesome combination! Super way to end the album. 
 
It’s a typical Salman Khan music album, with lots of Salman Khan, some good beats, an emotional touch and lots of action! And of course mostly silly. Yet again, I epected more out of a Salman-Katrina reunion, and I am so surprised that I didn’t find any chemistry between them, given their intense history
 

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