|Music Album Info :|
|Cast:||Jackky Bhagnani, Pooja Gupta & Akshay Kumar|
|Music Director:||Jigar & Sachin|
igar goes solo for the next song in the album which has a ‘High School Musical’ sensibility to it. A campus track which is all set to be showcased as a soft rock campus number in the film, ‘Nayee Subah‘ is about youngsters looking forward to what life has to offer in days to come. With hopes all around and a youthful feel to it, ‘Nayee Subah‘ isn’t quite a number which boasts of turning out to be memorable for long but should do well for the situation in the film.
This is followed by ‘O Teri‘ which appears to be a jamming session amongst the students where they are trying to pull each other’s leg. One of those songs for which perhaps the brief was to go bad instead of being perfect, whether musically, lyrically or vocally, ‘O Teri‘ has Jigar going solo again. This one is more of a conversation rather than a song per se and though it may just about manage to be fun on screen, audibly it is difficult to hear it more than a couple of times. This is one of those rare songs in the album which comes with a ‘Skip Me’ tag.
‘Percentage‘ that follows next isn’t much enticing either and unfortunately just like ‘O Teri‘ it too doesn’t hold much good when compared to the first half of the album that had boasted of five chartbusters in a row. A rock track about youngsters who have just come across their results, this Neuman Pinto sung number is totally situational and belongs to the kind which may just about manage to make an impact due to visual presentation but that’s about it.
The album takes a turn for the better with the arrival of the most experienced of them all, Neeraj Sridhar. He goes solo for the jamming track ‘Beh Chala‘ which has an out and out Western influence to it, as evidenced in many a campus entertainers coming from the house of West. Of course this one too is a situational track, just like a couple of songs preceding it, but thankfully is a better hear than them.
Also, fortunately for the album, the ending is on a similar high as seen in songs like ‘Char Baj Gaye‘ and ‘Fully Faltu‘ with ‘Bhoot Aaya‘ completing the triogy of fun campus ‘high-on-rhythm’ songs. Lehmber Hussainnpuri goes all out to make this song so very memorable with the way he goes about rendering this. Also, full credit to lyricist Sameer who goes into the psyche of youngsters and spins the kind of words that manage to make an instant connect. Add to that some new age sound by Sachin-Jigar and the job is done for ‘Bhoot Aaya‘ to be a potential hit as well.