Vishal-Shekhar Create A Sensation With The Student Of The Year 2 Songs

Album Info

Music: Vishal-Shekhar
Lyrics: Anvita Dutt Guptan, Vayu, Kumaar
Singers: Vishal Dadlani, Payal Dev, Kishore Kumar, Dev Negi, Neha Kakkar, Shekhar Ravjiani, Sanam Puri, Neeti Mohan

Did you absolutely love “Student Of The Year 1”? That movie made our hearts skip a beat or two, but what about the second part starring Tiger Shroff, Ananya Pandey and Tara Sutaria? Vishal-Shekhar has created a phenomenal playlist for this film. The super-cool, breezy film portraying the vivaciousness of college life has the most catchy soundtrack along with a few remakes.

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The Jawaani Song

The Jawaani Song Student Of The Year 2

“Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani” is by far the top-rated and the most loved track in the “SOTY 2” album. The original music composition has been retained. Most of the lyrics remain the same as the original. Vishal Dadlani and Payal Dev are the new playback singers for this song but some of the parts still remain the original parts sung by Kishore Kumar. RATING: 5/5

Mumbai Dilli Di Kudiyan

Mumbai Dilli Di Kudiyan

“Maine Suna Hain Mumbai Dilli Di Ya Kudiyaan, Raat Bhar Ni Sondiya” is topping all the hit party playlists. Vayu has been very creative with the lyrics. Dev Negi, Payal Dev & Vishal Dadlani absolutely kill with their fantastic singing. This song will surely ignite your senses and make you extremely happy. RATING: 4/5

Hook Up Song

The Hook Up Song Student Of The Year 2

The hookup song is an absolute winner. Vishal Shekhar deserves hooting for the fabulous composition. Neha Kakkar and Shekhar Ravjiani rock in their genre of singing. “Lele Number Mera, Baad Mein Message Mujhko Kar Dena / Khudko Samajh Ke Lucky, Mujhse Hook Up Tu Kar Le Na” is the most hooking phrase of this song and is going to get you glued to it. RATING: 3/5


Fakira Song Student Of The Year 2

This song doesn’t top our list. We expected it to be better, but somehow our expectations got ruined. It’s a romantic ballad which puts light to Rohan and Shreya’s relationship as they start discovering each other and begin to see each other in a different light. Sanam and Neeti Mohan show their expertise in singing this song but anyhow this song fails to live up to our expectations. RATING:3/5

Main Bhi Nhi Soya

Main Bhi Ni Soya Song SOTY 2

Arijit Singh fills up this song with intense emotions. His vocals come about as soothing and heart-touching. Anvita Dutt Guptan’s lyrics are all about free-flowing emotions that will soothe your senses. Enjoy this track on the GaanaPehchaana Hindi Film Music gaming app now and let us know your reviews. RATING: 4/5

Jatt Ludhiyane Da

Jatt Ludhiyane Da

A full-on energetic track “Jatt Ludhiyane Da” stars the damn hot Tiger Shroff and the extremely glamorous Tara Sutaria. This one’s not an extremely original or impressive track but Dadlani and Payal Dev aren’t bad. Even, Deane Sequeira manages the rap part really well. RATING: 2/5

We are extremely happy with the songs that have been composed by Vishal Shekhar and sung by some of our expert musical geniuses. The film’s box office records are quite staggering and the songs seem to be straight out of some High-School Musical Like Fantasy film.

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OUR PICK(S): We select “The Jawaani Song” as our most favourite song from the album.

The Kalank Songs🎼 Are On The Top Of Everyone’s Playlist

Album Info

Music: Pritam

Lyrics: Amitabh Bhattacharya

Singers: Shreya Ghoshal, Vaishali Mhade, Neeti Mohan, Arijit Singh, Antara Mitra, Javed Ali, Tushar Joshi, Jonita Gandhi

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The Kesari Songs Portray True Punjabi Flavours


Album Info
Music: Jasbir Jassi, Tanishk Bagchi, Arko, Chirantan Bhatt, Arko, Gurmoh, Jasleen Royal
Lyrics: Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Tanishk Bagchi, Manoj Muntashir, Kumaar, Kunwar Juneja, Guru Govind Singh Ji
Singers: Jasbir Jassi, Arijit Singh, Asees Kaur, B Praak, Romy, Brijesh Shandilya, Jazzy B, Sukhwinder Singh, Romy B

Another Akshay Kumar starrer with a fabulous plot that follows the events leading to the Battle of Saragarhi, military combat between 21 soldiers of the Sikh Regiment of the British Army and 6,000–10,000 Afridi and Orakzai mountain tribesmen from Afghanistan in 1897.

The music🎼 of the film🎦 has been composed by Tanishk Bagchi, Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Chirantan Bhatt, Jasbir Jassi, Gurmoh and Jasleen Royal with lyrics written by Kumaar, Manoj Muntashir, Kunwar Juneja and Tanishk Bagchi.

The songs have garnered all kinds of positive➕ and negative➖ reviews. Haven’t heard them yet? Read the GaanaP review and let us know which song you love the most. Enjoy fun Bollywood Games exclusively on the GaanaP app.

Ek Onkaar

Ek Onkaar

“Ek Onkaar” as we know represents the one and the only supreme reality and is a central tenet of the Sikh religious philosophy. Jasbir Jassi Bains’ loud and vibrating voice booms through in a beautiful way, hence exuding divine magic. RATING: 4/5

Ve Maahi

Akshay Kumar, Parineeti Chopra


A sweet and spicy composition by Tanishk Bagchi sung beautifully by the experts Arijit Singh and Asees Kaur. “Ve Maahi” is a heavenly romantic number penned down by Bagchi himself. RATING: 5/5

Teri Mitti

Teri Mitti Song Kesari


A mindblowing, patriotic number which will make emotions ooze out of you and make you nostalgic for your land, your country etc. Manoj Muntashir and Kumaar have penned down the most heartfelt lyrics. Arko Pravo and Tanishk’s composition, as well as B Praak’s singing, will make you swoon and fall in love with this song. RATING: 4/5

Sanu Kehndi

Sanu Kehndi Gaana Kesari

“Sanu Kehndi” is a jhakaas, dance number that will make you put on your party shoes and dance💃🏽 like crazy. Romy and Brijesh Shandilya have sung it really well. The dhol by Hanif Aslam & Group and live rhythms and percussions conducted by Dipesh Varma are impressive. They also add to the Punjabiness of the track, but the lyrics by Kumaar outshine everything else. RATING: 3/5

Ajj Singh Garjega

Ajj Singh Garjega

This power-packed song sung by Jazzy B starts with the beautiful music from the Punjabi folk instrument Tumbi. The fierce, patriotic spirit shown by Akshay Kumar and the other warriors is worthy of appreciation and accolades. Kunwar Juneja’s deep lyrics will surely motivate you. RATING: 3/5

Deh Shiva

Deh Shiva-Sukhwinder Singh Jasleen Royal

“Deh Shiva” has both the male and the female versions of it. The male version is sung by Sukhwinder Singh and the female version by Jasleen Royal. You’ll love Jasleen Royal’s version more than the male one, as she has composed the music on her own. The lyrics have been written by the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji himself. This song is a dose of spirituality and is unlike anything else that you’ve heard before. RATING: 5/5

Akshay Kumar has been performing some great roles in the past few years. These songs have received excellent reviews as compared to any other Bollywood songs recently. All of them are original creations and will cheer you up anytime you listen to them. Visit the link to listen to the songs from “Kesari”, to play engaging Hindi Film Music Games, click  Bollywood Musical games or read interesting blogs and reviews on GaanaP!


OUR PICK(S): We choose “Ve Mahi” as our most favourite song from the album. 

Which is your favourite?

These Bollywood Songs Will Encourage You To Be The Best Version Of Yourself

There’s a dialogue in “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” which says “Seize The Day My Friend. Pehle Is Din Ko Puri Tarah Jiyo, Phir Chaalis Ke Baare Mein Sochna.” Bollywood has numerous films with inspirational dialogues which encourage us and motivate us to achieve great heights. Similarly, there are Bollywood songs which instil seeds of hope and make us a lot more motivated than ever before. Listen to these songs on the GaanaPehchaana Music App.

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“Hope Aur Hum”, A Perfect Treat For Your Kid’s Summer Vacation

Album Info

Music: Rupert Fernandez
Lyrics: Saurabh Dixit
Singers: Bhoomi Trivedi, Suraj Jagan, Sonu Nigam, Shaan
Album Released: May 2018
Every summer, you get to watch one or two Bollywood films like “Hope Aur Hum”, specially made for the kids who have their schools closed at this time of the year. “Hope Aur Hum” addresses people of all age groups and is not specifically only for the kids. It addresses people belonging to 3 different age-groups represented by Naseeruddin Shah, Naveen Kasturia and Kabir Sajid. The story revolves around the incapability of letting go. Sometimes letting go is the toughest thing, be it with people or with things. Nagesh Shrivastav (Naseeruddin Shah), finds it almost impossible to discard the faithful old photocopy machine that has served him well for so many decades. It is the only trace of his glorious past as a copier for ministers and bureaucrats. How his own son and grandson relate or reciprocate to his feelings is what the story is all about.

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Hope Aur Hum Title Track

Hope Aur Hum Title Track


The most significant thing about the “Hope Aur Hum” title track is this that it starts on a fast note and has some superfast beats. The song composed by Rupert Fernandes, written by Saurabh Dikshit and sung by Bhoomi Trivedi and Suraj Jagan seems quite catchy near the chorus. The track sounds great as a background score for the movie, but otherwise, it’s just plain boring. Rating: 2/5

Acche Bache Rote Nahin

Small Child
This one’s another song without any spark. The theme of this song will fill your heart with hope. Making Sonu Nigam sing this melody was a great idea, but somehow Rupert Fernandez’ composition and Saurabh Dikshit’s lyrics don’t synchronize well with Sonu Nigam’s singing, hence making him sound more like an understated singer. Rating: 2/5

Aye Zindagi


Shaan’s delightful voice is a great joy for the listeners. The soothing, lilting and soulful strumming of the guitars along with Shaan’s heart-touching singing and Saurabh Dixit’s fun lyrics create a great, mellifluous melody, which you can enjoy during your summer vacations. Rating: 4/5
The film is an extremely entertaining one and will take you through the individual journey of all the different characters and you’ll be able to relate to these characters. Hopefully, you’ll enjoy the light and happy melodies from the movie as much as the movie itself. To listen to all the songs from the “Hope Aur Hum” music album visit, play engaging Bollywood Musical games or read interesting blogs and reviews on GaanaP!

OUR PICK(S): We choose “Aye Zindagi” as our most favourite song from the album.

The Best Of Bollywood Style Jazz Songs To Uplift Your Spirits

“Musicians say that Jazz Music doesn’t have an expiration date”. Jazz is the most laidback, soft and pleasant form of music. It is a music genre that originated amongst the African-American communities of New Orleans, United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It generally deals with blues and is seen by most Americans as ‘America’s Classical music’.

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This Monsoon, Its Raining Bollywood Classics

We don’t wait for summers or winters, the way we wait for monsoons. Isn’t it? We anxiously wait for the rain to pour from the skies. Especially, in the rain scanty areas, rain appears like confetti pouring from the skies. People have their own ways of enjoying the rain. Some prefer staying at home with a cup of coffee and a good book, whereas others might love dancing their heart out in the rains, or make paper boats swim in the puddles.
You can let us know your style of enjoying the rain, but first, let us read about these dreamy classic Bollywood Monsoon numbers.

Aaha Rimjhim Ke Ye Pyare Pyare (1960)



Music: Salil Chowdhury
Lyrics: Shailendra
Singers: Talat Mahmood, Lata
This one’s a perfect dose for this rainy season. The light and entertaining music has been borrowed by Salil Chowdhury from a popular Bengali song by Shyamal Mitra. Sunil Dutt and Nanda enjoying the cool drizzle in the night while lip syncing to this beautiful song sung by Lata and Talat ji.

O Ghata Sanwari (1970)

Hema Malini


Music: Laxmikant Pyarelal
Lyrics: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Rain brings respite and spreads greenery everywhere. Watching Hema Malini sing this song and dance along with it in the movie will make you get out of your chairs and dance like crazy. “O Ghata Sawari, Thodi Thodi Baawari, Ho Gayi Hai Barasaat Kya”, aren’t these lyrics amazing?

Ab Ke Sawan Mein Jee Dare (1973)

Jeetendra and Reena roy


Music: R.D. Burman
Lyrics: Anand Bakshi
Singers: Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar
This song makes us believe that anyone who thinks that sunshine is pure happiness, has never danced in the rain. It’s a sweet, spicy, romantic dance song starring Jeetendra and Rakhi. This monsoon, you’ll surely get glued to this song.

Badal Yun Garajta Hai (1983)

Amrita Singh and Sunny Deol


Music: R.D Burman
Lyrics: Anand Bakshi
Singers: Lata Mangeshkar, Shabbir Kumar
“Badal Yun Garajta Hai” is a quintessential monsoon song from the 1983 romantic movie “Betaab”, starring Amrita Singh and Sunny Deol. Amrita feels the monsoon to be a little uncomfortable and scary and her feelings are beautifully expressed in Lata Mangeshkar’s mellifluous voice.

Parbat Se Kali Ghata Takrai (1989)

Sridevi and Rishi Kapoor


Music: Shiv-Hari
Lyrics: Anand Bakshi
Singers: Asha Bhosle, Vinod Rathod
A fun rain song with Sridevi and Rishi Kapoor dancing in the rain. “Parbat Se Kali Ghata Takrai” will give you the perfect monsoon vibes. Enjoy this soul-stirring melody in Asha Bhosle and Vinod Rathod’s voice while sipping a cup of hot tea while the raindrops pitter patter on the roof.

Dekho Zara Dekho (1994)

Akshay Kumar and Kajol


Music: Dilip Sen-Sameer Sen
Lyrics: Sameer
Singers: Lata Mangeshkar, Kumar Sanu
“Dekho Jara Dekho Barkha Ki Jhadee, Tan Ko Bhigoye Bundo Kee Ladee” is a super-duper dance number. This monsoon, get, set, ready and dance your heart out to this track from the 1994 film, “Yeh Dillagi” starring Akshay Kumar and Kajol. Match your moves to Akshay and Kajol’s dance moves.

Sawan Barse Tarse Dil (1999)

Akshay khanna and Sonali bendre


Music: Anand Milind
Lyrics: Majrooh Sultanpuri
Singers: Sadhna Sargam, Hariharan
Remember this soothing, monsoon melody from the 1999 romantic film, “Dehek”? Without Majrooh Sultanpuri’s heartwarming lyrics, this song wouldn’t sound this refreshing. Sadhna Sargam and Hariharan’s voices work wonders for this track.

These mesmerising rain songs can turn any of you into Pluviophiles. A Pluviophile is a lover of rain, someone who finds joy and peace of mind during rainy days. To listen to all the above-mentioned Monsoon songs visit, to read the blogs and reviews click on Blog/Review. To play your favourite Bollywood Musical games visit

The Bhavesh Joshi Soundtrack Is Quite Ordinarily Extraordinary

Album Info

Music: Amit Trivedi
Lyrics: Anurag Kashyap, Babu Haabi & Naezy, Amitabh Bhattacharya
Singers: Babu Haabi & Naezy, Divya Kumar, Amit Trivedi, Papon
Album Released: May 2018

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