Baaghi 2- Tiger And Disha Rebelling For Love(Soundtrack Review)

Album Info
Music: Sandeep Shirodkar, Mithoon, Arko Pravo Mukherjee
Lyrics: Javed Akhtar, Sayeed Qadri, Ginny Diwan, Arko Pravo Mukherjee
Singers: Shreya Ghoshal, Parry G, Jubin Nautiyal, Navraj Hans, Palak Mucchal, Atif Aslam
Album Released: March 2018

Hold your breath to witness a super-energetic on-screen spectacle “Baaghi 2”, starring Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani, releasing on the 30th of March 2018. This intensely rebellious tale is about a battle-hardened army officer squaring off against scary drug lords and Russian henchmen to save his ex-lover’s kidnapped daughter in the underbelly of Goa, India. Tiger in Ronnie’s avatar looks more raging than ever and Disha as Riya plays quite a bold and strong-headed role. Watching the both of them slaying goons and fighting all odds like in a Jackie Chan movie, will keep you glued to the movie screen.

Before watching the movie on the 30th of March, you should definitely listen to these booming, body swaying numbers.

Mundiyan


“Bach ke… ahaa!
Bach ke… ahaa!
Ho Niwi Niwi Aankhon Ko Jhuka Ke Rakh Le, Gore Gore Gaalon Ko Chupa Ke Rakh Le”, is a quintessential Bhangra track. This song can actually set any party or get together on fire. The Punjabi lyrics for this peppy melody are rewritten by Gini Diwan but it has been sung by Palak Mucchal and Navraj Hans. Rahul Shetty helped Tiger and Disha master their extraordinary dance moves. Tiger always steals the limelight for his phenomenal moves but in this one, Disha matches her dance steps equally well. You are sure to love it much more than Labh Janjua’s original version. Rating: 4/5

Lo Safar


An extraordinary track filled with the extremely soothing music of the percussions, “Lo Safar” will leave you asking for more. You just won’t be able to stop replaying it. This romantic track unravels the emotional journey of Ronnie, as he goes around on a mission searching for the missing child as well as the love of his life. Let’s see how the rugged and resolute Tiger saves the day. Hats off to composer Mithoon and singer Jubin Nautiyal for this heart-touching piece. Rating: 3/5

O Saathi


“O Saathi” seems to be a song straight out of some utopian world. Atif Aslam and Arko Pravo Mukherjee have brought about an entirely original piece of composition, with scintillating lyrics and superb singing. The music video looks more like a lovers paradise amidst colourful balloons and cheerful friends. The beating of the drums and the clapping of the palms add a soulful rhythm to the track. Rating: 5/5

Ek Do Teen


Remember the iconic “Ek Do Teen” song starring the gorgeous Madhuri Dixit?? Well, that one is a cult Bollywood number still loved and cherished, but this summer we are back with a revamped version of the all-time favourite song “Ek Do Teen”, starring Jacqueline Fernandez who simply kills with her million-dollar expressions and swift dance moves. Javed Akhtar has tweaked the lyrics a little and Sandeep Shirodkar has recreated the music according to today’s trends. Shreya Ghoshal’s mellifluous voice perfectly suits the fun mood of the song. Rating: 2/5

Get ready to enjoy this thrilling film. Your adrenaline is sure to go rushing high. “Mundiyan” and “Ek Do Teen” will make you put your dancing shoes on. “Lo Safar” and “O Saathi” are soft and enchanting numbers. To listen to the songs visit goo.gl/25rMrF, play engaging Bollywood Musical games or read interesting blogs and reviews on GaanaP!

OUR PICK(S): We select “O Saathi”, as our most favourite song from the album.

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