Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor‘s latest movie Baaghi is about to release tomorrow, and right before that, here we take a look at one of the major factor in the movie’s buzz, its music. Read the complete track wise Baaghi Music Review right here.
1. Sab Tera
Soft, soothing, romantic, and touches you at the right spot. Just what Amaal and Armaan Mallik are famous for. Typical Mallik brothers song. A definite spot in our playlists. However, we have a strong opinion on the video of this song, which spoils the feel of the song. Once again, this is our opinion and disagreements are welcome. Sanjeev Chaturvedi’s Lyrics are decent.
2. Lets Talk About Love
Peppy, Rock-n-rolly. This track has a groove to the music, however, the lyrics by Sabbir Khan and Raftaar are quite mediocre. We have had songs like this before with better lyrics. Vocals are decent. Its difficult for the song to make it into the playlists.
3. Cham Cham
This song varies greatly between awesome and awful. The part with female vocals and Hindi lyrics are just awesome. However, the English lyrics feel unwanted and weird. Monali Thakur shows the range of her voice once again with some awesome vocals. A mixed fruit jam, this song will make a place in our playlist but how we wish the male vocals could have been eliminated or at least improved for this track. Meet Bros. are great at this track otherwise. Lyrics by Kumaar add life to this song.
4. Agar Tu Hota
Ankit Tiwari is back with another sad song full of pain. We feel he is being severely typecasted these days. Regardless, the song is pretty nice. Will make into the playlist of some heartbroken lovers, but for now, not in our playlist. However, we cannot take anything away from the lyrics, or music or vocals of this track. Ankit Tiwari and Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay have done a great effort from their side. It is just the song.
5. Girl I Need You
This is without a doubt the fresh-est track of this album. While the rest of the album more or less takes the type of songs that have already made before and does minor adjustments, this track, on the other hand, is an altogether different approach from the concept purview. Mixing Indian and western instruments, and also melody and rap. This track deserves a tap on the back. Arijit is as melodious as always. Rap by Roach Killa is impressive and it is good to see some non-party rap in Indian movies. Khushboo Grewal sounds decent. Meet Bros deserve a thumbs up for this track. Lyrics by Kumaar also add to the mood of the song.
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The music of Baaghi has no extraordinarily awesome track in it. Girl I need you is somewhat above the average mark, and so is Sab Tera, rest all the tracks revolve around the average mark. We can sense that the music might not play that big role in the narrative of the movie, as none of the track seems to hint at that. An OKAY album.
Our Favorite Tracks: Girl I Need You, Cham Cham(in bits), Sab Tera
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