War Chhod Na Yaar Music Review
India’s first comedy which involves the gruesome aspect of War, has a newcomer composer Aslam Keyi who has not really impressed us with his music in the film. The music as such is mediocre at best and is of no help to the promotional aspect of the movie. The lyrics have a patriotic or romantic touch to it but almost emotion less and no hard impact can be forecast-ed.
The opening song, War Chod na yaar sung by Bappi Lahiri, Rimi Dhar and Candy D’Souza is a catchy number but nothing outstanding as such. It’s inclined towards the seriousness of societal cringes but failing to hit the right spot.
Sure, the album has big names when it comes to music like Sonu Nigam, Shreya Goshal. Daler Mehndi, Sukhwinder Singh, Kailesh Kher and Mika but the compositions are too tame. Nothing stands but Sonu Nigam being flawless in Kurbaan with Javed Khan and has given a really good number with a decent melody.
Shreya Goshal with Ali Aslam and Javed Ali have Main Jaagu Aksar which is also considerable. The lyrics have a Sufi flavour to it and have made the song a bit appealing. But the other songs, Phat Gaya by Daler Mehndi and Mharo Desh Mahaan by Kailash Kher should absolutely no spot on your memory cards or your iTunes library. The songs should best be forgotten as they have no good music or even lyrics. Sukhwinder Singh’s Jai Jawaan and Mika’s Fauji and Khjabon Si Jo also do not have any place in my play list.