Krrish 3 Music Review

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Music Critic, Showbiz Bites

kangna-krrish3-showbizbitesProducer: Rakesh Roshan (Filmkraft Productions Pvt. Ltd.)

Director: Rakesh Roshan

Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, Kangna Ranaut and Vivek Oberoi

Music: Rajesh Roshan


Krrish 3 music is out to entertain the listeners. Well, the music of Rakesh Roshan’s movies often works big time among the music lovers. But whether his latest venture’s soundtrack ‘Krrish3’ emerges successful among the music aficionados or not is what the question is? Rakesh Roshan and Rajesh Roshan have great sense for music and the duo emerges with something really melodious. The tracks turn out to be hummable and become chartbusters. Let’s explore Filmkraft Productions Pvt. Ltd’s upcoming film’s music album.

1. Krrish Krrish (Mamta Sharma and Anirudh Bhola)

The soundtrack opens up with title track ‘Krrish Krrish’ that carries the vocals of Mamta Sharma and Anirudh Bhola. Mamta takes the lead in the song since her vocals get more attention than of Anirudh. Music is more alluring than singers’ voices. Lyrics are worthwhile. The song makes a good hearing, but not extraordinary.

Track’s Rating: 2.5/5

2. Raghupati Raghav (Neeraj Shridhar, Monali Thakar and Bob)

This one begins with a real classic touch and you get drowned with the classically arranged music. The singers then catch the rhythm and make you enjoy with their renditions. The song is a treat both lyrically and musically. It makes a really soothing hearing.

Track’s Rating: 3/5

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3. Dil Tu Hi Bataa (Alisha Chinai and Zubeen Garg)

This track is really catchy from the moment it start playing. It is a romantic duet sung by Alisha Chinai and Zubeen Garg. Alisha as usual makes her vocals as mesmerizing as they are. Zubeen is a big support too. Lyrics personify the mood of the song and music is really spongy. Enjoy the romantic feleing coming out of this number.

Track’s Rating: 4/5

4. You Are My Love (Mohit Chauhan and Alisha Chinai)

An entertaining track welcomes you next on the album. Both Alisha Chinai and Mohit Chauhan make the song really entertaining with their boisterous singing. Lyrics are well-penned and Rajesh Roshan arranges good piece of music.

Track’s Rating: 3/5

5. God Allah Aur Bhagwan (Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal)

This one is the last track on the soundtrack because next two on the album are remixes. The song is all about the heroic character of Krrish. The chorus in the song is appealing.

Track’s Rating: 2.5/5

6. Dil Tu Hi Bataa – Remix Version (By DJ Shiva)

DJ Shiva remixes this number. The remix is not exceptional and nothing great brings up for the entertainment of listeners.

Track’s Rating: 1.5/5

7. Raghubati Raghav – Remix Version (DJ Shiva)

Well, this one too is no different from the previous remix. DJ Shiva does not impress at all with his effort he made on Raghubati Raghav remix.

Track’s Rating: 1.5/5


Final Verdict:

The music album of Krrish 3 is not an extraordinary work rather just about an average soundtrack that can be heard for once only. But, yes, there are one or two tracks, which really make a soothing hearing such as Dil Tu Hi Bataa and Raghubati Raghav. Rest of the album is just about okay. This time Rajesh Roshan could not impress the listeners. There are no expectations of a good sale from the album of Krrish.

Overall Rating: [rating=3]

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