Veere Di Wedding Music Review

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By Tulsi,

The much, much, much awaited girl gang movie starring the sexy Kareena Kapoor Khan, the beautiful Sonam Kapoor, the talented Swara Bhaskar and the not-so-out-there yet Shikha Talsania. 

It’s bold, it’s glamorous, and its crazy! The plot revolves around 4 friends in different stages of life who are still figuring things out for themselves. The trailer came in like a storm, and the music album a cyclone! Check it out!

1. Pappi Le Loon

Sunidhi Chauhan and Shashwat Sachdev open the album with this extra-Punjabi song with a hilarious twist. I definitely like the feel of it. The beats are pretty awesome, the lyrics are absolutely unexpected, and without knowing you’re just going to get addicted to this number. Basically, love it!

2. Bhangra Ta Sajda (No One Gives A Damn!)

A new age version of a famous Punjabi wedding track! The vocals are by Neha Kakkar, Romy and Shashwat Sachdev, and the video is fun, chill, and make you want to shake a leg or two! 

3. Laaj Sharam

Jasleen Royal kicks off the track with her distinctive, raw voice. Once Divya Kumar and Enbee, the song becomes simply too much noise. It’s got good beats, like any Punjabi number, but it looses the quirk and mood that Jasleen sets up. 

4. Veere

A lovely friendship track in the voices of Vishal Mishra, Aditi Singh Sharma and Dhvani Bhanushali. Basically, shot in Thailand during a bachelorette holiday. The video is quirky and fun, and makes you want to call your girlfriends, plan a trip and pack for it too right away! But without the video, the song is pretty empty, average and leaves no impression. 

5. Bass Gira De Raja

Shashwat Sachdev rocks this groovy and absolutely desi AF party track. I love, love, love this fusion! You’re going to get hooked, I promise. 

6. Aa Jao Na

Do you know what happens when Arijit Singh and Shashwat Sachdev get together? Well, I just found it, and the result is magic! This romantic number is so beautiful, I can’t stop listening to it!

7. Dagmag Dagmag

My least favourite number, a Punjabi version “let’s get drunk” by Vishal Mishra, Payal Dev. Just because it’s my least favourite among the other songs, it doesn’t mean it’s bad. It’s just not as good as the other songs. The album has set a pretty high bar by now! 

8. Tareefan

The album ends with a bang, as Badshah takes over the music charts with this party number. What I love about this is the four actresses mouthing this number, instead of boys. The role reversal in the video is definitely very refreshing, and Sonam Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan look glamorous as hell!

I have not come across such a power-packed music album in a very long time! Every song is pretty darn awesome, and is taking over my playlist.