'Do Dooni Chaar' packed with situational, fast-paced songsOct 5, 2010 Ruchika Kher
Meet Brothers have composed the soundtrack of 'Do Dooni Chaar', which marks the comeback of yesteryears popular reel and real life couple Rishi and Neetu Kapoor. It has situational songs and is predominantly fast-paced.
The album contains a total of seven tracks.
It starts with wedding song 'Baaja bajeya' sung by Sunidhi Chauhan with ample support from Meet Brothers. It tries to put forth the celebratory mood of a marriage function with loud orchestration. However, it is more of a situational track and might appeal with visuals.
Next comes the title track of the film for which Shankar Mahadevan and Vishal Dadlani have gone behind the mike. It has quirky lyrics and is fast-paced with lots of beats to add energy. An average song with not much to look forward to.
The song also has two more versions. One is a club mix and the other a jam mix.
It is followed by 'Ek haath de', a song revolving money and wealth. Sung by Meet Brothers, it lacks in creating any interest.
This one too has a remixed version called the DJ Phukan mix, which is relatively better than the original.
Finally, the album concludes with another wedding track 'Maange ki ghodi' sung by Rakesh Pandit and Krishna. It falls in the qawalli genre, but in a fast-paced mode. It's neither bad nor brilliant.
On the whole the songs might do well with visuals.
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