Contemplating that Khandaani Shafakhana is a Bollywood movie, it has half a dozen songs in there. In any other case a movie with a topic revolving round ‘let’s speak about intercourse’ hardly has the type of premise which might warrant a music album. Nonetheless, that is certainly the case with this Sonakshi Sinha, Badshah and Varun Sharma movie and one waits to listen to what’s within the providing.
As is the development, a few recreated numbers – each courtesy composer and lyricist Tanishk Bagchi – open the soundtrack. First to reach is Jasbir Jassi’s ‘Koka’ which is an efficient occasion quantity that has an immense foot tapping attraction to it. With Badshah and Dhvani Bhanushali becoming a member of the enjoyable and Mellow D chipping in with extra lyrics, ‘Koka’ has been a chartbuster over a time period and would solely consolidate its hit standing in months to come back as effectively.
Subsequent to reach is ‘Sheher Ki Ladki’ which was a rage again in time when seen within the movie Rakshak. The tune is recreated with Badshah and Tulsi Kumar, and the general outcomes are fairly good over again. The core hook of the tune is what makes you revisit this one over again, and there may be someting intoxicating about ‘Sheher Ki Ladki’ that it sounds as contemporary as ever.
After a few dance songs arrives a romantic monitor which is put to tune by Payal Dev and written by Shabbir Ahmed. Titled ‘Dil Jaaniye’, this one rendered by Jubin Nautiyal and Tulsi Kumar is a pleasing hear and stays effectively with you for its close to 5 minute length. With a little bit of Punjabi in there, this one is okay whereas it lasts although, its heard-before really feel means you do not fairly carry it with you after you’re by listening to it.
It is again to occasion time with Badshah enjoying a triple function of composer, lyricist and singer for ‘Saans To Le Le’. As is the case with Badshah tracks, there may be an inherent hook sound right here as effectively and that is what sticks in your thoughts after you have got heard it a few occasions. Although total the tune, which additionally has Rico chipping in as a singer, would not actually give the impression of a significant chartbuster within the first go, one waits to see how it’s picturised. That would effectively make a distinction to the general reputation that it finally ends up gaining finally.
The tune which arrives subsequent really seems to be a soothing outing that makes one really feel that it might effectively have appeared a bit earlier within the soundtrack. The way through which Tochi Raina sings ‘Udd Jaa’ is certainly fairly spectacular and the general effort by composer Rochak Kohli and lyricist Kumaar can be one thing that you just do discover. But once more, this one is not the type that seems to be an on the spot chartbuster. Nevertheless, there’s something soulful and serene about this situational quantity that you just would not thoughts enjoying it in loop and listening to it for lengthy.
Rochak Kohli concludes the album with Altamash Faridi sung ‘Bheege Mann’ and this time across the finish result’s nearly unusual. A gradual shifting situational monitor written by Gautam G Sharma and Gurpreet Saini, it really brings down the tempo of the soundtrack. Had there been one of many three occasion numbers positioned because the final tune in Khandaani Shafakhana, it might simply have made for a greater finish consequence.
The music of Khandaani Shafakhana seems to be higher than anticipated. One anticipated that many of the songs in there can be situational however this one really seems to be a great collage of songs with dance numbers, situational songs and a romantic quantity thrown in as effectively.
‘Koka’, ‘Sheher Ki Ladki’, ‘Saans To Le Le’, ‘Udd Jaa’