'Right Yaaa Wrong' fails to delight music buffs

Feb 17, 2010 Ruchika Kher

After "Saawariya", composer Monty Sharma has struggled to deliver a hit soundtrack. He could have done it with his latest offering "Right yaa Wrong", but this time also he fails to spin any magic with his compositions.

The film, starring Irrfan Khan and Sunny Deol, contains six originals and one remixed version.

The soundtrack starts on a good note with "Meri aashaon ki". Sung by newcomer Amritraj, the free flowing romantic track is pleasing to the ears. The melodious number is slow-paced and grows on the listener and can be called the best song of the album.

Up next is "Lakhnavi kabab" by Master Saleem. This amalgamation of Indo-western influences is high on the beats of dhol and in between has a western angle with the inclusion of rap in some parts of the song. There is nothing great about the composition and the lyrics.

"Lakhnavi kabab" also has a remixed version, which has more western beats and is faster in pace.

Then there is "Tiledar dupatta daale" that has Mika Singh and Shail behind the mike. A song with Punjabi touches, "Tiledar..." has nothing extraordinary and interesting about it. The beats make it a dance number, but it falls flat in terms of uniqueness and appeal.

Next is the title track of the film sung by Ujjaini Mukherjee. The song has philosophical lyrics and Ujjaini's voice is good, but the song fails to make an impact.

There is a male version of the song too, with vocals by Kunal Ganjawala.

Finally there is "Rihaee" by Kunal again. Strong beats and Kunal's trademark high pitched style mark the song. Nothing to look forward to.

On the whole, "Right Yaaa Wrong" is not one of the best works of the composer. Only one song is worth listening.

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