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Son Of Sardaar Music Review

Son Of Sardaar Rating: 3/5

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Son Of Sardaar Music Review

Ratings:3.5/5 Reviewer:Joginder Tuteja Site:Bollywood Hungama

Son Of Sardaar lives up to its promise of a high-on-energy soundtrack with not many dull moments in its 50 odd minutes duration. While the entire album has a North Indian flavour to it (as expected) with ‘bhangra’ numbers dominating it all through, there are a couple of Sufi numbers that add on to the ‘paisa vasool’ element. Moreover the songs are also expected to do quite well in the context of the film and even though they may not come with a ‘memorable’ tag, they do well to ensure that the screen indeed lights up when they play on along with the film. OUR PICK(S) Bichdann, Rani Tu Mein Raja, Po Po, Son Of Sardaar, Yeh Jo Halki Halki Khumariya

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Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:IANS Site:Times Of India(TOI)

The soundtrack of Ajay Devgn-starrer “Son of Sardaar” boasts of eleven tracks including eight original songs that have been composed by Sajid-Wajid, Himesh Reshammiya and Sandeep Chowta. Overall, the album is woven around the theme of the film and manages to justify it well although the sound gets a bit monotonous at times.

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Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Bodrul Chaudhury Site:BollySpice

To close this review with my overall opinions of the Son of Sardaar soundtrack, I should say that I genuinely had high expectations for this one before having listened to it. Now that I have been fully exposed to all the tracks in the album, I found most of them to be weak and not very creative. Therefore, it can be deemed as an unfulfilling soundtrack which will leave you very disappointed. I really thought this album would be one of Reshammiya’s best works but unfortunately it is not. In my opinion, ‘Yeh Jo Halki Halki Khumariya’ and ‘Tu Kamaal Di Kurti’ are the best songs in the album, with ‘Po, Po’ and the title song ‘Son of Sardaar’ being listenable compositions. As for the rest of the tracks in the album, they are just boring to listen to. Overall, I think it is an album which will not have a massive influence on Bollywood fans.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Reviewer:Satyajit Site:Glamsham

SON OF SARDAAR is filled and fuelled with vibrant ‘Punjabiyat’ musical feel, a frolicsome entertainment package that lives up to its high expectations. After delivering out potential chartbusters hit soundtracks in blockbusters like BODYGUARD and BOL BACHCHAN, Himesh Reshammiya proves himself once again that he can deliver the needful for the masses. On commercial parameter, soundtracks like ‘Rani Tu Main Raja, ‘SON OF SARDAAR’ and ‘Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein’ will be the ones to strike chords with masses in a big way, followed by quality tracks like ‘Bichdann’ and ‘Yeh Jo Halki Halki Khumariya’, two brilliant soulful tracks that will positively add to the ’emotional quotient’ of this comical caper. On the musical front, SOS works optimistically in giving an extra edge to the comical cum action theatrical feel of the flick and will also be a bonus factor in making this a potential box-office success.

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Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:Mohit Kapur Site:Koimoi

The album runs ahead with an amazing experiment through ‘Funk’ version of Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein which has Ajay himself coming behind the mike and introducing the joyful, happy and big life of our beloved Sikh brothers. Ashwani Dhir’s lyrics pretty much work on a standalone note as musical instruments in the background are minimal while leaving some good impression on the listeners. However the ‘House Track’ version isn’t as appealing. Overall this album is more than just decent affair where Punjabi ‘tadka’ makes it reasonably happening. While the tracks Son Of Sardaar and Bichdann will certainly do well, Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein and Rani Tu Mein Raja also carry potential to make their presence felt.

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