Thursday, 14 May 2015

Tanu Weds Manu Returns Music Review

Movie: Tanu Weds Manu Returns

Cast: R.Madhavan,Kangana Ranaut

Director: Anand L.Rai

Music director: Krsna Solo,Tanishk-Vayu


1.Banno-Brijesh Sandilya,Swati Sharma

A perfect starting to this rollicking album comes in the form of Banno. An out and out Punjabi wedding song that will soon be played in almost all the weddings or at least in the sangeet ceremony. The major attracting factor of this energetic bhangra number is the singers Brijesh Sadhilya and Swati Sharma who are at their lively best. Chartbuster!

2.Move On-Sunidhi Chauhan

You would have never heard such a rocking song for a post breakup situation. What makes this song an enjoyable one is Sunidhi's dynamic rendition. She has her way with the tune which otherwise would have been a plain one. The rhythm is simple and repetitive from the beginning. Though there is nothing new, it will surely top the charts for Sunidhi!

3.Mat Ja Re-Ankit Tiwari

I would call this as a pathos that is laced with traces of Sufism. Though it has been a long time since tracks like this have been composed, this one provides a refreshing listen. Especially it is another chartbuster for Ankit Tiwari. The violin in the second interlude is very soulful. Heart-rendering!

4.Ghani Bawri-Jyoti Nooran

Yet another rollicking Punjabi song that effuses the feel of a pucca Indian wedding. Everything is perfect in this song when listened with the mood for some enjoyment. Jyoti Nooran does a fabulous job with her sultry vocals along with the vibrant chorus.

5.Old School Girl-Anmol Malik

A mix of jazz and blues track finds a place in this pure commercial masala soundtrack. Though it is a situational one, what is more surprising is the track is completely in English. If you need a song to waltz around on your own, you can pick this number and dance. A special mention to Anmol Malik who is just awesome with ther voice!

6.Old School Girl (Haryanvi Version)-Kalpana Gandharv

This version of the previous track is more beautiful than the original. Kalpana Gandharv is the best find for crooning this number in the Indianized English modulation. Must listen!

7.Ho Gaya Hai Pyar-Dev Negi

Best of the lot. This mellifluos track is what elevates the album to the top notch. It oozes with melody right from the beginning and the rhythm will make you immerse completely in the number. In addition to that is Dev Negi's honey-dipping voice and the lovely guitar & tabla sections. Addictive!

8.O Sathi Mere-Sonu Nigam

Yet another melodious outing in the voice of the evergreen Sonu Nigam. The mild rhythm, flute and guitar arrangement provide the rustic feel of Haryana. The number sounds more like a lullaby with its mindblowing chorus along with Sonu's divine voice. Overall, this track is what A.R.Rahman might have offered to such an album. Classic gem!

9.Ghani Bawri (Remix)-Jyoti Nooran

This overloaded version of the enjoyable song is more racy and sparkling. It will surely hit the dance floors soon.


The soundtrack of this movie's prequel wasn't much noticeable. But this album is just rocking in terms of the compositions. Surprising!

Rating: ***3/4


Banno,Mat Ja Re,Old School Girl (Haryanvi Version),Ho Gaya Hai Pyar,O Sathi Re


1 comment:

  1. I am in love with the songs of this movie :)


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