Son Of Sardar – Music review

Son of Sardaar

Crooned by Aman Trikha and Himesh Reshammiya, the title track sees some some heavy duty Punjabi beats, making it a very peppy number. The number has a ‘remix version’ which is just apt as a dance floor track.

Rani Tu Mein Raja

Rani Tu Mein Raja is a peppy track sung by Mika Singh and Bhavya Pandit. Singer Yo Yo Honey Singh showcases his rapping talent too. The song is a combination of western and Indian music, with very simple lyrics by Sameer Anjaan. Himesh Reshammiya’s music reminds you of the musical era of 90s. A remixed version of the same is out and we prefer the remixed one, as it is fast and furious.
Verdict: The song is bla and doesn’t really have a great impact on you.

Po Po

“Po po”, one of the best numbers in the album, is sung by Vikas Bhalla, Amit Trikha and Himesh Reshammiya. The song is amusing and celebration feel to it. A typical punjabi number penned by Shabbir Ahmed. Salman Khan’s appearance in the song gives the number a very light, lively and enthusiastic feel. The song clicks well with ears and our verdict is Good.

Tu Kamaal Di Kudi

Another Punjabi track, which will make you stand and do your bhangra moves. Featuring powerful vocals by Vineet Singh and Mamta Sharma, the song is lively and full of energy. One of the best tracks in the album, a perfect number to be played at weddings and other festive events.

Bichdaan

Brilliantly performed by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, the song Bichdaan is a soulful number that will leave you wanting for more. The tabla sounds really good with a tinge of techno beats thrown in here and there. Sameer’s lyrics further brings good depth. Clearly, the best track in the album.

Yeh Jo Halki Halki Khumariya

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan makes his presence felt yet again with this beautiful number. The song is breath-taking to listen to. Music by Sajid-Wajid is marvelous. The meaningful lyrics further makes the number more pleasurable to listen to. Another great number in the album.

Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein Yeh Sawaal Aata Hai

Ajay Devgn goes behind the mike for this funk number, talking about the importance of the Sikh community. The number is a combination of contemporary and desi style to it, with the use of instruments such as the dhol drums and electric guitars. A very enjoyable track.

Final word: 4 out of 5.

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