What Makes Kisi Ka Bhai, Kisi Ki Jaan Songs The Talk Of The Town?


Movie: Kisi Ka Bhai, Kisi Ki Jaan


Singers: Kamaal Khan, Palak Mucchal, Salman Khan, 

Santhosh Venky, Ravi Basrur, Aira Udupi, Harini Ivaturi, Suchetha Basrur, Vijayalaxmi Mettinahole, Manish Dinakar, Ashok Sharma, Sai Charan Bhaskaruni, Lokeshwar Edara, Shrinath Komanduri, Saketh Komanduri, Vishal Dadlani, Payal Dev, Shabbir, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Devi Sri Prasad, Neha Bhasin, Sajid, Wajid


Music: Himesh Reshammiya, Shabbir, Amaal Mallik, Ravi Basrur, Payal Dev, Sajid


Lyrics: Shabbir Ahmed, Kumaar, Ravi Basrur, Kinnal Raj, Harini Ivaturi, Devi Sri Prasad, Sajid


Like every year, Salman Khan is back with another great film on Eid that you can watch with your family and friends. Pooja Hedge being the leading actress plays her role quite sensibly and maturely. The film is packed with action scenes, great songs, amazing dance sequences and a lot of fun. It’s good for time pass and will make you remain glued to the screen like never before. 


Some might not enjoy the film, but the songs have surely become the talk of the town. GaanaPehchaana has reviewed the songs in the album. Let’s check out the reviews!!!


Naiyo Lagda

Shot amidst spectacular locations, “Naiyo Lagda” has become the song of 2023. It’s a typical Bollywood track, with the hero and heroine swaying in gorgeous dresses and introducing themselves to the world with great steps. This soft romantic track composed by Himesh Reshammiya and written by Shabbir Ahmed, won many hearts but some didn’t like this conventional song. Kamaal Khan and Palak Mucchal did a great job at singing it. Pooja Hedge looks gorgeous in the music video.

Rating: (4/ 5)

Billi Billi

A fun dance number with no nonsense. Billy Billi shows Salman Khan and Pooja Hedge’s swag. The way Salman Khan dances at the age of 57, is worth appreciation. It’s a short and sweet dance track penned down by Kumaar, composed and sung by Shabbir. This one is one of those dance songs that you get to hear at most weddings.

Rating: (3.5/ 5)


Jee Rahe The Hum

Salman Khan attempted to sing this song on his own. He sings well and has proven it before, but through this song, he expresses his heartfelt feelings for the lady who has won over his heart. He sings how his life was incomplete and how he lived it before she came. So basically, it’s a mushy, conventional romantic track that stands out because of Salman Khan and Pooja Hedge’s magnetic appearance. Shabbir Ahmed’s lyrics are simply awesome and Amaal Mallik’s composition is perfect for this romantic melody.

(Rating: 4/ 5)



This one is a festive song that will transport you straight to the flower festival celebrated with a lot of fervor in Telangana. This song pays homage to the festival. It’s a colorful and energetic song that will make you feel good. You’ll especially love the video with all the dancing, singing, colorful clothes and merry-making. Ravi Basrur made great, catchy music and received a lot of appreciation for it. Both the Telugu and Hindi version of the lyrics were superb and all the singers, the chorus singers etc did a wonderful job at singing the mind-blowing song.

(Rating: 5/ 5)



Yentamma looks like a remake of the popular number lungi dance. It’s a smashing dance number with peppy beats. It’s awesome to see everyone dancing in bright shirts and white lungis. The backdrop is spectacular with all the amazing temples, the floral decor, the motorbikes and everything else. It looks like a temple premises somewhere in Telangana. You’ll enjoy tapping your feet to Payal Dev’s composition. Shabbir Ahmed’s lyrics are awesome and Vishal Dadlani and Payal Dev sang like rock stars. Yentamma is a rocking track infused with the flavors of the South.

(Rating: 3/ 5)


O Balle Balle

O Balle Balle is the typical Punjabi, Bhangra-type song commonly seen in most Bollywood films these days. It’s nothing new or catchy, but one of those age-old party tracks that remain a hit for a few wedding seasons before disappearing into the dark. Kumaar came up with suitable lyrics for this song. Shabbir’s music as well as the way he sang was quite catchy. The best part was that the choreographers designed awesome dance steps for this track.

(Rating: 2/ 5)


Lets Dance Chotu Motu

This one is another dance number. The best part is that Devi Sri Prasad, the composer and lyricist for this song took the idea for the lyrics from various nursery rhymes. It sounds really fun and highly entertaining. It is directed towards our young crowd who would love 💕 dancing to this cute combination of nursery rhymes at any gathering or on any occasion at school or a party. Hats off to the choreographers who came up with the creative steps. The rap part by Yo Yo Honey Singh was the main attraction. Salman Khan, Devi Sri Prasad and Neha Bhasin’s trio did an awesome job with the singing. The entire team including the actors rocked the satirical dance melody.

(Rating: 3.5/ 5)

Tere Bina

This is the least-known song on the album. Only the official audio is out but the video has not been published yet. It’s a soft song describing the deep bonds and relationships in the film. Sajid’s music and lyrics are superb and Sajid, Wajid have sung well. It’s up to you whether you’ll like the melody or not, but this is one of the most relaxing songs in the film.

 (Rating: 2.5/ 5)


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OUR PICK(S): We choose Bathukamma as our favorite song from the album.

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