Music: Kashi Richard
Lyrics: Shweta Raj
Singers: Arijit Singh, Akansha Sharma, Pawni Pandey, Bhoomi Trivedi, Divya Kumar
Album Released: July 2018
If you are in for a light-hearted, romantic comedy film, you can give a shot to “When Obama Loves Osama”, coming out this weekend. This film is directed by Sudhish Kumar Sharma and features newcomers Swati Bakshi, Mushtaq Khan, Heena Panchal and Hemant Pandey as the lead characters. Aman Osama is a modern Muslim man who lives in Agra and is always bothered by his father, an honest man, consistently suffering at the hands of corruption. Aman keeps suppressing his anger and this leads to a disorder in him. An ardent fan of Nana Patekar, he acts like him whenever he’s angry. The film depicts a journey, where the protagonist goes through a series of crazy events along with his cousin brother Joy and a gang of complete nut heads.
This film is perfect for binge-watching and the four-fun songs are as entertaining as the movie. Enjoy the GaanaP review below.
A classy fun track, “Dil Jugadu” sounds quite like a Demi Lovato or Jonas Brother’s track. The lead actors kill it with their superb dance moves. Arijit Singh has a major part to sing in the song. He and Akansha Sharma do really well with the singing. Kashi Richard (a newcomer) and Shweta Raj don’t disappoint with the music and lyrics. Rating: 3/5
Botal Brand New
This one’s a typical item number with nothing very unique about it. The entire nut head gang dances and enjoys to this song in the club. It has been beautifully sung by Pawni Pandey, who made her way to be a playback singer with reality shows like Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs and Indian Idol. Rating: 2/5
Muft Ki Mila
In spite of being sung by the likes of Bhoomi Trivedi and Divya Kumar, this song doesn’t fulfil our expectations. The music video seems to be straight out of a garden party, where the four protagonists are having the time of their lives. The musician and lyricist remain the same for this song as well. Rating: 1/5
Jonita Gandhi and Sambhav Jain will leave you entranced with their singing skills for this sugary sweet song. The orchestration, the music, as well as the lyrics are all class apart. The official music video for this one hasn’t launched yet, you’ll find the video on YouTube after the release of the movie. Rating: 4/5
The film, as well as these songs, will make you go bonkers. All these songs are suitable for your mood swings in this humid, monsoon season. Enjoy them and freshen up your mood.
OUR PICK(S): We select “Nasha Tera”, as our most favourite song from the album.