The first thing that strikes you about the music of Golmaal Again
is the fact that it is uniformly peppy. This one doesn't bring in any sort of pretence by packing in a quintessential romantic number or a sad song or an item number just to bring in a package appeal. Instead, it stays focused on the film's narrative and hence packs in four songs (all written by Kumaar
), each of which does its job well to keep the fun element going in Golmaal Again
This is evident right from the opening number Golmaal Title Track
which is composed by Thaman. S. Though it starts off with the sound that was created by Vishal
-Shekhar in the first Golmaal
, soon enough it takes a different dimension as you step into the South zone. Thaman brings in a different flavor to this song that keeps its catchy element intact while Brijesh Shandilya
and Aditi Singh Sharma
make sure that there is never a single dull moment.
Same is the case with Anu Malik's Neend Churayi Meri
] that is recreated as Maine Tujhko Dekha
by his nephew Amaal Mallik
. He does a fantastic job by bringing in a fusion effect as Neeraj Shridhar
and Sukriti Kakar
are upbeat as ever and ensure that you instantly fall in love with the new version. For the current generation that may not have been exposed to the yesteryear chartbuster, this one makes the deal.
Meanwhile, the iconic dialogue from Sholay
, Itna Sannata Kyun Hai
, finds a song version what with lyricist Kumaar playing around with the words and bringing in yet another fun track. Amit Mishra
and Aditi Singh Sharma are in their elements in this Lijo George-Dj Chetas composed song that could well find its way into the DJ playlist for a few more months to come. A club track, this keeps the spirit of Golmaal
Last to arrive is Amaal Mallik composed Hum Nahi Sudhrenge
which is about a bunch of men declaring to the world about who they are, the kind of fun that they indulge in and the manner in which they would stay on to be carefree and restless. Armaan Malik comes behind the mike for this and though the song is not the kind that would find its way into your playlist instantly, as a part of the film's run it should do okay.
Overall, the music of Golmaal Again
is peppy and feel-good, and should go well with the Diwali mood of the film's arrival.
Our picks: Golmaal Title Track, Main Tujhko Dekha, Itna Sannata Kyun Hai