Another movie that releases this week is Sunny Leone starrer One Night Stand. While we strongly criticized the trailer, the music of the movie is not that bad. We listened to each and every song of this movie, and here we present our analysis of the music of the movie. Read now for the complete One Night Stand Music Review.
1. Do Peg Maar
Ah! Another song about drinking. Hasn’t Sunny done that thrice before? Anyways, the song is good on the front of the music, the lyrics just like another party song about alcohol. The worst part of the song is the hook of the movie. ‘Do Peg Maar aur Bhool Ja‘ is irritating as hell. A major portion of the audience would enjoy this song, and we will keep it in our playlist. Neha Kakkar and Tony Kakkar deserve much credit and Kumaar stays decent in it.
Boy, you will keep humming the hook of this song, long after and days later hearing this song. It is actually good, possibly one of the best song to come in this month. It is seriously pleasing. The melody is almost perfect. Looks like Arijit is made for songs like these. Regardless, a brilliant music piece by Meet Bros. and Shabbir Ahmed’s lyrics touch at right spots. A definite spot in our playlist.
3. Ishq Da Sutta
I thought we just had an alcohol song, and now we have a song about ‘Sutta‘. Wow, this character looks so wild. We are starting to feel the music in India will soon start to bear a ‘Dhoomrapan aur Sharaab ka Sevan Swasthya Ke Liye Haanikarak Hai‘. However, this song is pretty cool. It is awesome in all aspects, except the minor fact that the lyrics of the hook don’t make sense. They literally do not make sense. But hey! It is a Meet Bros. song, featuring Sunny, does anyone care about the meanings of the lyrics? Even if the hook is meaningless, lyrics by Kumaar are catchy. Jasmine Sandlas is awesome in this song.
4. Ki Kara
Aah!!! This song is so good. This song is collective brilliance by Kumaar, Vivek Kar, and Shipra Goyal. A definite part of our playlist for a long time we guess. What amazing programming the music has. Lyrics are just perfect for the music it seems. That ‘Aah‘ that you read at the start of this song’s review, it came out for real. This song is so good. Can’t get enough of this track.
5. Le Chala
This album is just getting better and better. Another awesome song. Jeet Ganguly is the man behind music this time. Jubin Nautiyal voices the track and the lyrics are penned by Manoj Muntashir. You might want to close your eyes while listening to this track in pleasure. The brilliance of lyrics and melody. Manoj Sir! You are awesome.
6. Tum Mere
It is very much the male version of Ki Kara. And it is just as good. Similar music with different lyrics is just as compatible as the previous version. However, the lyrics here sound a mismatch at some places, feeling forced within the rhythm. Dev Negi does a decent job at vocals. This one, we would skip from our playlist.
Here, lend an ear to the music yourself.
The music of this movie made up for the comparatively weaker trailer of the movie. We would definitely recommend these tracks to our readers. Also, this music album has now given an additional reason to watch the movie apart from an obligation to review it. It would be interesting to see how this music is used in the movie.
Our favorite tracks: Ijazat. Ki Kara, and Le Chala.
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