Besharam Music Review: Didn’t match our high expectations

Music Direction : Lalit Pandit, Ishq Bector

Lyrics : Rajeev Barnwal, Nikhat Khan & Himanshu Kishan Mehr

Abhinav Kashyap who is the director of ‘Besharam’, in his previous film which was also his debut, had a few monumental numbers. While Munni caught on like a rage, Humka Peeni Hai caught the right notes! Now, the director is back with his second screen outing. This time he has collaborated with Lalit Pandit and gives an album that is neither stellar nor extraordinary. Make no mistakes, it isn’t dull in anyway but there is some masala factor which is missing from the music department of the movie. Besharam music review will surely take you back! Read below to find out.

Title song of Besharam


Besharam’s title track with it’s flawless techno sounds and Ishq Bector’s mouthing for some gibberish lyrics, makes it for a passable hear with its catchy tune. Apart from the music, everything else looks flawed. The vocals didn’t suit Ranbir’s personality which we felt was the main drawback.

Tere Mohalle – Besharam


Mamta Sharma after a solid ‘Munni Badnaam’ has again comeback with a terrific track. Aishwarya Nigam supports Mamta Sharma quite well all through the song. Again, kudos to the direction team for capturing it in camera so beautifully. Perhaps this is the only refreshing track of the whole album.

Love Ki Ghanti – Besharam


Love ki Ghanti seems like an extension to ‘Ala Barfi’, with a similar retro template complete with some fabulous singing job+voice overs from Ranbir Kapoor, Sujeet Shetty and Amitosh Nagpal and absolutely quirky lyrics! We just couldn’t stop listening to this song again and again!

Dil Ka Jo Haal Hai – Besharam


Lalit Pandit revisits the classic era of 90s’ with Dil Ka Jo Haal Hai. Bringing Abhijeet Bhattacharya behind the mic helps only in increasing it with his retro styled vocals while Shreya Ghoshal tries her level best to sound contemporary.

Tu Hai – Besharam


Tu Hai is your typical romantic song which is sung by two greats Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal. Though Shreya Ghoshal was terrific, Sonu Nigam forgot to put in his soul into the track. But overall, this track is one of the very few good picks from the movie.

Aa Re Aa Re – Besharam


Aa Re Aa Re is another item dance number in the movie, thankfully remains safe within the usual but energetic vocals of Mika Singh and Shreya Ghoshal even with the mostly-absurd lyrics! The song is more like an anthem for eve teasers!

Chal Hand Uthake Nachche – Besharam


Chal Hand Uthake Nachche is a fun track with Daler Mehendi, Mika Singh and Sunidhi Chauhan giving in oodles of energy. It will manage to have you tripping on its entertaining beats for a good while but will the track no doubt will lack in shelf value.

In brief, Though the soundtrack of Besharam doesn’t quite match expectations, it is still fun and peppy and keeps you engaged! With a few hit and a miss tracks, few songs are worthy to sneak into your i-pods.

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