Baaghi Music Review

By Goher Iqbal Punn – Film Critic, Music Reviewer & Entertainment Analyst – Showbiz Bites

shraddha kapoor bikiniProducer: Sajid Nadiadwala

Director: Sabbir Khan

Cast: Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor

Music: Meet Bros, Amaal Malik, Ankit Tiwari and Manj Musik

Lyrics: Various

Label: T-Series

Baaghi Music Review – Shraddha Kapoor and Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi is undoubtedly the much-awaited flick due to the promotional activities being done by the makers and the trailers spread all over the web and in the media. The music has also been released and now the songs are making their marks among the masses. Sab Tera, the romantic number, is supremely high on liking and is spongy without any doubt. Amaal Malik has scored the composition along with Meet Bros, Manj Music and Ankit Tiwari. Various lyricists have been roped in to write the songs. Let’s now review the album that has been released by T-Series.

Sab Tera (Armaan Malik and Shraddha Kapoor)

The album starts with the truly melodious and catchy song ‘Sab Tera’ sung by the duo of Armaan Malik and Shraddha Kapoor. Shraddha once again shows her class as a good singer. She is not only brilliant in acting, but also on the front of singing – this she has proved earlier and now again with this number. Armaan too sings with brilliance. The spongy romantic feel in the song you perceive while listening it. You want to put your finger on the repeat button – this is the magic of the song. Composition is marvelous by Amaal and the lyrics are fantastic by Sanjeev Chaturvedi. Your mood gets fresh with the start of the soundtrack.

Track’s Rating: 4.5/5

Girl I Need You (Meet Bros, Arjit Singh, Khushboo Grewal and Roach Killa)

The romantic rap song now hits the scene having the singers Meet bros, Arjit, Khushboo and Roach on board. All sing pretty well. The rap portion is sung by Roach. The lyrics are really romantic and entice you. Kumaar does the fine job. Meet Bros compose the track with such finesse that you love the tunes.

Track’s Rating: 4/5

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Let’s Talk About Love (Raftaar and Neha Kakkar)

Raftaar and Neha Kakkar join the hands to sing Let’s Talk About Love, which is a party number. It will make you groove. Manj Music composes this song that has lyrics by The arrangement is a mix of retro beats with a touch of western beats. Guitar playing at the beginning is alluring. Lyrics wise and music wise, it is simply awesome. Singing is a class as well.

Track’s Rating: 4/5

Cham Cham (Meet Bros and Manali Thakur)

Well, from the word go this song is simply poor in the entire soundtrack. Monali sings with mundane vocals. Meet Bros too appear to be poor as far as singing is concerned. Composition and lyrics too are flat holding no values at all.

Track’s Rating: 1/5

Agar Tu Hota (Ankit Tiwari)

The song is about the longing when the lovers get separated. Ankit does a fine job. Lyrics are fine as well. Music by Ankit is worthwhile.

Track’s Rating: 4/5

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Final Verdict:

On the whole, the album of Baaghi is simply soothing and glides on the ears with gusto and oomph.

Overall Rating: [usr:4]

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