Ek Se Bure Do – Music Review

ek-se-bure-doEk Se Bure Do is the latest no-brainer comedy flick on the block having Arshad Warsi and Rajpal Yadav donning the lead roles. The music has been done by Ravi Pawar to the lyrics of Panchhi Jalonvi.

Ishq Ki Zaat

Delivered in the high energy vocals of Daler Mehndi and Bhojpuri singer Kalpana (who previously sang
Uncha Lamba Kad in Welcome) this Punjabi song is a decent listen. The interludes have a heavy Arabic lilt.

Aisa Pehli Baar

Ravi Pawar’s attempt at a fast-paced dance number fails miserably as this song is nothing but a whole lot of noise. The voices of Sunidhi Chauhan and Suzanne do little to mitigate the effect. Its time Sunidhi
stopped wasting her time and energy on such item numbers and concentrated on songs that utilize her talent better.

Jaana Jaana

The sax refrain strongly resembles the one in Anu Malik’s Rock Star from Humko Deewana Kar Gaye. But
that refrain is one of the more attractive things about the song which reeks of a stale tune. A waste of three singers, one of them being Hema Sardesai, a singer who once showed a lot of promise debuting with A R Rahman but has of late strangely stopped getting chances though her talent is still very much intact. The other two singers by the way are Shaan and Harshdeep (Ik Onkar
from RDB)

Ek Se Bure Do

A song made along the lines of songs like Munnabhai, with references to Dadagiri and so on. And the
composer has gone quite ideally for Vinod Rathod to join Sonu Nigam. But he got only the choice right.
On the music front he once again falls flat on his face after showing promises of a good tune for a fleeting moment at the start.

Meri Har Ada Ke Charche

Not a very great song, but after all that you have gone through this would indeed come through as a bit of relief, primarily thanks to Sonu Kakkar’s superior vocals.

And thus ends a rather pedestrian soundtrack from Ravi Pawar. Not quite surprising considering that even his previous album, Wafaa was an equally forgettable one. But if one were to look at his past where he had delivered some decent songs, like Zoom Bumbura from Tum Bin, Shweta Shetty’s Deewane To Deewane Hai etc, this is indeed a big let-down. And the movie perfectly matches up on the letdown factor I hear.

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