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Welcome To New York- A Hilarious Chaos (Music Album Review)
By: Shubham/Admin



Album Info
Music: Shamir Tandon, Sajid-Wajid, Meet Bros,
Lyrics: Kumaar, Charanjeet Charan, Diljit Dosanjh
Singers: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Dhvani Bhanushali, Payal Dev, Diljit Dosanjh, Mika Singh, Khushboo Grewal, Boman Irani
Album Released: February 2018

By the end of this month, you’ll get to witness a hilarious camaraderie between Teji (Diljit Dosanjh), a sloppy recovery agent and Jeenat Patel (Sonakshi Sinha), a quirky fashion designer. By chance, these 2 become part of a gala Bollywood event in New York and this leads to an unbelievable amount of chaos and disorder. Hit the theatres to watch this colourful film casting some of the most famous faces in Bollywood.

The therapeutic songs from this movie, are precious creations, composed and sung by some of the most eminent composers and singers. Read the GaanaP review for these songs below.



“Ishtehaar” is a heart-stirring ode to the pain of love. Shamir Tandon’s composition is worthy of innumerable accolades. Rahat Fateh Ali Khan is back to cast some magic in his own style, as Rahat and Dhvani’s heavy but suave voices soar through the entire track in the most magnetic way. You’ll hear a potpourri of the Congo, Bongo, Harmonica, Dafli etc in the background and last but not the least Charanjeet Charan has come up with the most fantastic and sentimental lyrics. Rating: 5/5

Nain Fisal Gaye

Penned down by the popular lyricist Kausar Munir, this one is the best romantic track in the entire album, with a hint of mischievousness. Sajid Wajid’s composition never hits the wrong mark and Payal Dev, a comparatively new playback singer has done her best with the singing. You’ll love watching the spectacular dream sequence between Sonakshi Sinha and Salman Khan. Rating: 4/5

Pant Mein Gun

This one’s the typical club number, with the DJ sounds blaring out from behind. Composed by Sajid-Wajid, it has a few bhangra elements added to it. Diljit Dosanjh, the singer, tries hard to infuse the swag elements, but there is not much that he could do as the song starts sounding quite repetitive after some time. It could have had some more innovation and originality, but it’ll surely do good as a party number. Rating: 1/5


Meher Hai Rab Di

“Meher Hai Rab Di” is a highly motivating, upbeat Punjabi number and will make you start dancing like crazy. It has been composed by the music director duo from Gwalior, Manmeet Singh and Harmeet Singh, popularly known as (Meet Bros). The entire song sequence is Replete with the sound of the loud bhangra dhols and Mika Singh has sung the song in his inimitable style along with Khushboo Grewal. We cannot neglect Kumaar's contribution to the lyrics. As the lyrics are most important for this song to roll by. Rating: 2/5

Smiley Song

The jovial “Smiley Song” is contagiously funny. Shamir Tandon has composed this one as well, but the way Boman Irani and Dhvani Bhanushali have sung it will send you into a burst of laughter. Just like the song “Happy” by Pharrell Williams made us all happy, similarly, our “Smiley” song will completely crack you up. Kumaar has written down the rib-tickling lyrics for this amazing track with a flamboyant 2-minute star-studded video. It might get a bit monotonous near the end, but you are sure to laugh a lot. Rating: 3/5

In this album, we have a song each, to suit different tastes and moods. The video version for all the numbers hasn’t released yet, but you’ll without fail, enjoy every bit and piece of these wonderful melodies from “Welcome To New York”, showcasing a brilliant rendezvous with the biggest stars of Bollywood. To listen to all the above-mentioned tracks visit, to play Bollywood Musical games or to read the blogs and reviews click on GaanaP and download the App now!

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

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