Golmaal Again Music Review: The songs in Ajay Devgn's film are just PERFECT for this Diwali

Ajay Devgn-Rohit Shetty's Golmaal Again it an out-and-out entertainer and the music has to be in sink with that. This jukebox is exactly what is expected out of a film like this. It's fun and upbeat.
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20 October 2017 - Are you ready for a roller-coaster ride? Golmaal Again is the fourth part of the Golmaal series and stars Ajay Devgn, Parineeti Chopra, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade, Kunal Kemmu and Tabu. As the trailer suggests and we all by know, it an out-and-out entertainer and the music has to be in sink with that.
 
Here's our music review of Golmaal Again: 
 
Golmaal Title Track
 
How can Golmaal's jukebox NOT start with the title track? But, this version is a little hatke, but also has that original touch. Sung by Brijesh Shandilya and Aditi Singh Sharma, Golmaal Title Track is an upbeat number and will lift your mood instantly. A perfect song to ring in your festivity time! You would love how music composer Thaman. S has made it fun with giving it a fusion of South Indian and Mumbai flavour. Trumpets, electronic synths and drums make it a high tempo song and you wouldn't stop yourself but dance on the particular dance track. Just put the song on loud and enjoy the beats!
 
Maine Tujhko Dekha 
 

 
Well, this one by Neeraj Shridhar and Sukriti Kakar, is a remake of Anu Malik’s hit Neend Churai Meri from Ishq (1997). To be frank, you might not like the song in the first go but it will slowly and gradually grow on you. Music composer Amaal Mallik has retained the hook tune and then added his own style to Maine Tujhko Dekha. Chand ko complex diya hai, tere chehre ne, teri beauty ka nasha hai, dil ko laga choone - lyrics by Kumaar add that freshness to the song. The break beat structure of the song give it a modern twist. 
 
Itna Sannata Kyun Hai
 
Electronic piano, guitar, electronic synths and bass beats - Itna Sannata Kyun Hai has everything that surely makes it a dance number. As Diwali is tomorrow, play this music in your party and dance your heart out. It also has a breazy romantic touch to it. Amit Mishra and Aditi Singh Sharma's vocals and Lijo George-Dj Chetas' music just blends completely well. 
 
Hum Nahi Sudhrenge
 
Ziddi hain hum nahi maanenge, Karte hi jaayenge badmashiyan, Keh do ye zamaane waalon se, Na ye chheene humse aazadiyaan, Hai dil mein jo kehna hai, Hain jaise, waise hi rehna hai, Ho… ek zindagi hai, Zyada nahi par thoda toh bigdenge, Hum nahi sudhrenge
 
Hum nahi sudhrenge is a song that you would love to listen to when you are with a bunch of freinds - it has that sort of a vibe to it. Sung by Armaan Malik and composed by Amaal Malik, Hum Nahi Sudhrenge is a fun song and you would love the electronic beats! The friendship appeal of the song  make it stand out. 
 
Verdict: This jukebox is exactly what is expected out of a film like this. It's fun and upbeat. 
 
We give it 70 out of 100 on the Pinkvilla meter!
 

Comments

Only Golmaal 1 had some good tracks. After that they got so so bad.

How on earth such rubbish songs get 70%? An album which is an insult to song Writers n lyricists all over.

One way or another... good publicity for padmavati

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