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Music Review: Dolly Ki Doli

Comments  Comments [ 3 ]    By Gurprit K. | 08 January 2015 | 11:50pm

After winning everyone's heart as the bratty yet lovable physiotherapist in Khoobsurat (2014), Sonam Kapoor returns to steal the audiences' heart, and her leading man's money in the upcoming con film, Dolly Ki Doli. Releasing on the 23rd of January, Dolly Ki Doli also stars Rajkummar Rao, Varun Sharma and Pulkit Samrat in lead roles, and is directed by debutant Abhishek Dogra. Produced by Arbaaz and Malaika Khan, the movie's music has been given by Sajid-Wajid. The album comprises of 5 tracks, and we at BollyCurry have the pleasure in reviewing the album for our readers.

The album opens with the peppy wedding number "Phatte Tak Nachna". Sung by the effervescent Sunidhi Chauhan, the catchy dhol beats and upbeat tempo make it a perfect song to dance to during the occasion of a wedding. So the next time you're organising a sangeet for your best friend or preparing to hit the dance floor at your sister's, make sure that "Phatte Tak Nachna" is on the playlist!
Next up in the album is "Fashion Khatam Mujhpe", an item song featuring the sexy Malaika Arora Khan. It goes without saying, that when Sajid-Wajid are composing the music for an Arbaaz Khan production, there just has to be an item song sung by Mamta Sharma. Like always, the song is upbeat and Sharma has been accompanied by Wajid and Shabab Sabri. The first item song of the year, "Fashion Khatam Mujhpe", is an average number, and is definitely worth a one-time listen.
The phrase "Babaji Ka Thullu" was coined by Kapil Sharma in his popular show, Comedy Nights with Kapil and went on to become a rage. So much so, that Sajid-Wajid actually composed a rap on it. Wajid and Danish Sabri have lent their voices to this out-of-the-box song. The absolutely nonsensical lyrics make the song all the more ludicrous. A word of advice, don't listen to this song more than once, unless you enjoy losing brain cells to such songs.
Up next is "Dolly Ki Doli", sung by Divya Kumar. The title track of the movie opens to very strong electric beats, and Kumar's baritone only heightens the fast-paced tempo of the song. This one is definitely a good one for the party playlists! 
The album comes to a close with "Mere Naina Kaafir Ho Gaye", sung by the immensely talented Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. The song is the next best in the series of Sajid-Wajid's songs about the female lead's naina, and honestly, this one's nothing different from the previous two outings. Despite having distinct similarities to the previous two, "Mere Naina Kaafir Ho Gaye" is the weakest composition of the entire album.
After the release of the first song, "Phatte Tak Nachna", we at BollyCurry, had high expectations from the talented composer duo, Sajid Wajid. However, this album has nothing different to offer from their previous outings (read Dabangg and Dabangg 2), and we're tired of the repetitive compositions. Hence we rate this album a 2 out of 5 stars.
Nevertheless, BollyCurry urges you to tune into YouTube or your favorite music streaming website to give the soundtracks a listen. Comment below and let us know what you think of the album, and how excited are you for the release of the movie!

Author: Ritchelle C.
Editor(s): Komal P. and Sonia R.
Graphics: Komal P.

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Sonam Kapoor Sonam Kapoor

Kapil Sharma Kapil Sharma

Sunidhi Chauhan Sunidhi Chauhan

Malaika Arora Malaika Arora

Pulkit Samrat Pulkit Samrat

Arbaaz Khan Arbaaz Khan

Wajid Ali Wajid Ali

Sajid Ali Sajid Ali

Rajkummar Rao Rajkummar Rao

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

Mamta Sharma Mamta Sharma

Varun Sharma Varun Sharma

Dolly Ki DoliDolly Ki Doli
Year : 2015