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Chennai Express Music Review

Chennai Express Songs Rating: 2.9/5

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Chennai Express Music (Songs) Review

Ratings:– Review By: Anand Holla Site:Mumbai Mirror

It’s easy to imagine director Rohit Shetty’s crystal clear brief to Vishal-Shekhar, involving words such as catchy, peppy, fun, and of course ‘hit songs’. Given how happily formulaic the soundtrack has turned out, V-S have given us a fair idea of what awaits us this Eid. Although V-S had triumphed a similar obstacle course of fluff in Om Shanti Om by giving modern classics (Ajab si, Main Agar Kahoon, Dard-E-Disco, etc), there are barely three songs here that will outlast the moviegoer’s shortterm memory.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Joginder Tuteja Site:Rediff

The overall outcome is more than satisfactory with none of the songs being an absolute downer and a few even standing out. The ones that catch your attention are Ready steady po, followed by One two three four and Kashmir main tu Kanyakumari. Rohit Shetty is said to have kept the narrative of Chennai Express quite fast -paced, and the music should complement that overall flavour of the film.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Rafat Site:Glamsham

On the whole, the audio of CHENNAI EXPRESS does deliver as per expectations, keeping in view that it is a Rohit Shetty film! Songs are ‘masala’ fun fare with fultoo ‘masti’ and a few sure shot hits, ‘One Two Three Four’, ‘Titli’ and ‘Tera Rasta Chhodoon Na’ are our favourite. The songs should definitely peak at the right time and ensure a grand opening for the Eid Bonanza.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Sankhayan Ghosh Site:Indian Express

Just like his films, the music album of Rohit Shetty’s latest film Chennai Express is formulaic. Composer duo Vishal-Shekhar fills the template of the SRK-starrer with the mandatory massy elements — couple of dance hits and romantic numbers, and obligatory South Indian musical motifs that come with the film’s premise.Chennai Express is a designed-for-movie album, where the composers understandably stick to a given brief, but one just wishes that there were more imagination to it. The songs’ shelf life may just be limited to the movie and its picturisation on stars.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Mohar Basu Site:Koimoi

It is an extremely average album. Vishal-Dadlani has surely given better albums. But a film’s music needs to be more relevant than genius and hopefully the duo will succeed in that. The music of the title track lingers and Tera Raasta is its graceful bit. I am going with a 2.5/5 for the film’s music. Sufficiently entertained with this, I have a positive hunch that it will seem better on Rohit Shetty’s film than as a standout album!

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Suparna Thombre Site:BollywoodLife

The Chennai Express soundtrack seems to have been churned out at full speed. There are some decent compositions, but they are half-baked. This is not Vishal-Shekhar’s best work. Overall, the X-factor is missing. They may just have missed this train….

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