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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Dabangg 2 Music Review

Dabangg 2 Songs Rating: 3.62/5

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Dabangg 2 Music Review

Ratings:4/5 Reviewer:Joginder Tuteja Site:Bollywood Hungama
Dabangg 2 delivers as a promised. One expected an out and out massy score that would appeal to the interiors ('Fevicol Se', 'Pandeyjee Seeti'), would have something for a pan-India audience ('Saanson Ne', 'Dagabaaz Re') and deliver a punch to establish the character ('Dabangg Reloaded'). In that perspective, Sajid-Wajid do not disappoint and though some out there may term this as playing safe, it is to the credit of the composers that they haven't tried to alienate their music from what the film indeed stands for. The 'connect' factor along with the fact that Dabangg is still oven fresh in audience mind would only add on to the fortunes of Dabangg 2 soundtrack that should see quick-fire sales/ring-tone downloads on its very arrival. As for the power to stay fresh amongst audience mind on a long term basis (just like it is the case with Dabangg), a lot would unfold once the visuals are unveiled and the movie hops on to (an expected) good run at the box office.OUR PICK(S)Saanson Ne, Dagabaaz Re, Fevicol Se
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Ratings:4/5 Reviewer:Satyajit Site:Glamsham
DABANGG 2 glorifies the feel of DABANGG to another level, a meticulously composed album that tries to replicate/recreate the magic of its prequel with potential hit tracks. Lacking in novelty but still delivering bountiful in entertaining contents, Sajid-Wajid delivers a chartbusting album again. Unlike many recently released chartbusting albums that primarily targeted urbane-listeners, it targets a contemporary Bollywood listener and succeeds to great extent. The magic of romance continues to roll in tracks like 'Dagabaaz Re' and 'Saanson Re' while there is alluring massy catchiness in tracks likes 'Fevicol Se' and 'Pandeyjee Seeti'. DABANGG 2 opens big on expectations on box-office and music too delivers what it promises, a total 'paisa-vasool' entertainment that is going to add to the joyride. Happy Listening!
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Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:IANS Site:Times of India
Dabangg 2" is a musical delight with five original songs and three remixed tracks. Overall, the album scores well with the original tracks as most of them appeal to the listener. It's however a miss as far as remixes are concerned. If one ignores that and considers the huge fan base that Salman Khan has, there is no denying that despite its shortcomings, the album will still be a hit.
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Ratings:3.5/5 Reviewer:Shivi Site:Koimoi
If Dabangg music established the parameters and rules of the game than Dabangg 2, sticks to the rules line by line and tries to match the original. It does succeed in quite a few places though for some the songs as heard in Dabangg may still remain favourite. People who are happy with the carbon copy won’t be disappointed as Sajid-Wajid achieve similar magic, if not in entirety. They have made sure that there is one corresponding track to the each hit one from the previous movie and now one waits to see Salman doing the rest by bringing on his own magic.
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Ratings:---- Reviewer:Devesh Sharma Site:Filmfare
Well, the music of Dabangg 2 is too formulaic and tries the same things that went into the making of Dabangg’s soundtrack. That said it’s massy and earthy and rooted in the ’80s, so there would be takers for it. Don’t look for another Tere mast mast do nain or Munni badnam hui and you won’t be disappointed.
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  1. Nonsense and below average movie. Please don't waste your hard earned money. Lack of good story and screenplay with mindless actions = Dabangg 2. Just to get a movie released in Christmas or Idd, Salman can do any idiotic movie with no Acting skills. Doesn't understand why he doesn't take piece of advice from Salim Khan who is much sensible and experienced writer. Salman doesn't quite have any understanding of a good cinema. Just few days back he was seen talking of women rights and on the other hand seen dancing on Fevicol song which is totally cheap and shows disrespect towards women.


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