There are good expectations from the music of Dabangg 3. In any case, the music of each Dabangg and Dabangg 2 had completed fairly nicely, and composer duo Sajid-Wajid is anticipated to attain a hat-trick with this one. Danish Sabri is the prime lyricist with others pitching in as nicely.
The album kick-starts with the title music ‘Hud Hud’ which has seen a variation of types this time round with Jalees Sherwani coming along with Danish Sabri because the lyricist. One way or the other, the punch is lacking on this re-dux model. Although the music is in the identical zone as the sooner model, one thing which makes the ‘mukhda’ attention-grabbing, the ‘antara’ parts do not fairly work. Furthermore, rendition by Shabab Sabri, Divya Kumar and Sajid would not carry a lot power both which leads to ‘Hud Hud’ turning out to be reasonably peculiar.
As is the custom with Dabangg franchise, there’s yet one more ‘naina’ music coming within the type of ‘Naina Lade’. The music belongs to the sort which was widespread round a decade again when Salman Khan had many such chartbusters to his title. Maybe the makers needed to retain an identical sound as a way to persist with the ethos of Dabangg franchise. Nonetheless, what one finally ends up listening to is a rehashed model of types that has been written by Danish Sabri and rendered by Javed Ali.
There’s some pleasure that steps into the proceedings with Danish Sabri written ‘Yu Karke’ that has naughty undertones to it. In the identical zone as ‘Saree Ke Fall Sa’ from Prabhu Dheva’s personal R… Rajkumar, this one caters to the gentry and is an out and out massy quantity. Surprisingly, though Salman Khan has sung this monitor which boasts of some eye catchy choreography and picturisation as nicely, the music hasn’t been promoted to the fullest. Payal Dev accompanies Salman Khan behind the mike and has her share of enjoyable as nicely.
Badshah joins Danish Sabri because the co-lyricist for ‘Munna Badnaam Hua’ and actually additionally opens the quantity along with his rap portion. Contemplating the sort of arrange that Dabangg has, it appears a bit odd to have Salman Khan lip synching to a rap outing right here. Certainly one of his favourite singer Kamaal Khan takes the lead together with Mamta Sharma for this fun-n-celebration monitor that’s would not actually develop into one other ‘Munni’ [Dabangg] or ‘Fevicol’ [Dabangg 2]. Nonetheless, it’s a higher recreated model when in comparison with ‘Hud Hud’.
Veteran lyricist Sameer Anjaan together with Sajid write ‘Awara’ that does not actually impress even after a few listening. Newcomer Muskaan renders this music and one cannot actually say that she finally ends up making an on the spot impression. Furthermore, the tune is approach too quaint right here; a lot in order that one other newcomer singer Salman Ali is not capable of salvage the music a lot.
Final to reach is ‘Habibi Ke Nain’ which has Jubin Nautiyal taking cost with Shreya Ghoshal quickly after. A love music which is on the identical traces as ‘Awara’ or ‘Naina Lade’, it scores in sustaining consistency however within the course of additionally finally ends up turning into yet one more romantic monitor that does not actually have in it to cowl a lot of a distance. Irfan Kamal’s lyrics attempt to be all poetic and soulful however one way or the other the affect is lacking, simply as is the case with majority of soundtrack.
Whereas comparatively talking the music of Dabangg 3 shouldn’t be a patch on Dabangg or Dabangg 2, even on an absolute scale it would not have a lot in there to go a great distance in time to return.
‘Munna Badnaam Hua’, ‘Yu Karke’