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Music Review Of YAARIYAN

Hold on to your seats because this film is not just a ‘film’. Its a ride down your memory lane. The film Yaariyan deals with a bunch of college going kids who release that they are in the most beautiful phase of life and make the most of it.

The music of the film is as fresh as its actors. Here is the music review of Yaariyan.

ABCD: Now this song is something you will not be able to keep your feet from dancing. A perfect party song is what I’d say about this one. To add to the crazy beats of this song is the fact that Yo Yo Honey Singh also features in this song.

Mujhe Ishq Se: A lovely track that will leave you humming all through. The song has been sung by Gajendra Verma and Tulsi Kumar. The very fact that Tulsi Kumar has sung this song is more than enough to let you know that this song is a great one.

Baarish: Remember the first drops of rain with your beloved? This song will definitely remind you of it. The lyrics of the song are beautiful and this is a well composed song, all in all.

Love Me Thoda Aur: The song is very casual. But there is something that makes the song stand apart. The talented Arijit Singh has lent his melodious voice to this track.

Allah Waariyan: Now when there are songs of almost all genres, how can one leave ‘sufi’ behind? This song is a blend of sufi music with some modern beats. One cannot afford missing this track.

Zor Lagaake Haishaa: Suitable more for a children’s film, perhaps? The song is not as impressive as the other ones from this film are. The only plus point of this song is the singer Vishal Dadlani.

Sunny Sunny: This song is sung by the ‘cool’ dude Yo Yo Honey Singh. As most of his songs go, even this one is very peppy and groovy. And if that is not convincing enough then let me tell you that this song is not just good to the ears but also a visual treat.

Meri Maa: This might remind you of the song with the same name from the film Taare Zameen Par. However, this song is different from the former. The melody is soothing and the song is sung by KK.document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);} else {

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