Music review: Bhagam Bhag

Album: Bhagam Bhag
Music Director: Pritam
Singers: Sunidhi Chauhan, Kay Kay, Kunal Ganjawala, Remo, Suzanne etc.
Album Rating:

Note: Keeping in mind my ears’ safety, I have reviewed only the few original songs of this movie. To read the review of the other numerous remixed versions of these original songs, please head over to some other blog. I love my ears.

Pritam tries to create a few peppy, catchy songs for the movie. Trying to promote the spirit of the movie and to do justice to its title, most of the songs are fast paced. Some songs have such an over-use of instruments that they sound noisy. It’s an album that your music collection can do away with.

Aa Khushi Se Khud Khushi Kar Le

Singer: Sunidhi Chauhan (and annoying chorus)

Out and out Sunidhi Chauhan song. The chorus try their best to give the song a westernised look, but I found it annoying. I read the title of the song and thought it must have some interesting lyrics. Sadly, only the first line is worth noticing. Himesh Reshammiya fans might like this song.

Afreen

Singer: Sunidhi Chauhan, Kay Kay

The energetic Sunidhi and Kay Kay add a lot of zing to this song. The song has a weird set of instruments. It sounds like a ‘misal’ of all categories. I don’t know what Pritam was trying to create, but this song is one mess. In the end, you just pray that the song ends. Phew.

Bhagam Bhag

Singer: Neeraj Shridhar and the digital voice

The title song which is supposed to give you the rushed feeling (Film’s name is BHagam Bhag, remember?) and it does give you that rushed feeling. You want the song to get over as soon as possible. The lyrics don’t make sense. In one line the line goes “Kabhi sharmayegi” and the next line is “Duniya hai gol gol, bhag re bhagam bhag.” What’s the connection? Somebody?
The digital voice which sings the title words will work well in the background with Govinda running for his life! Hmmm.. that’s some scene.

Chal Ud Chale (Run Run)

Singers: Jojo, Sohail Kaul

Another song which is upholding the movie title. Fast paced, noisy song. Oh, it’s a torture on your ears. Avoid it if you can. And if you happen to hear this song playing on your paanwallah’s radio, run. Just run for your life.

Signal

Singers: Remo, Suzanne

One song which you can listen to. I think this is comedy number picturized on Govinda, where he is trying to woo his girl. With the chorus going, “Signaaaal”, it does sound quite funny. I enjoyed tid bits of the songs, but not the complete song. Given the kind of movie which it is picturized in, I think all songs are expected to be fast and noisy.

Tere Bin

Singer: Kunal Ganjawala, Sunidhi Chauhan

This song is not fast and that’s probably becuase it is supposed to be a serious, romantic number. Kunal Ganjawala does a good job and so does Sunidhi. Kunal fans will love this song.

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5 thoughts on “Music review: Bhagam Bhag

  1. vidhi dholakia says:

    ghatia……………………………………………………………………………………………….
    no i waz juz kiddin yaar

    it rokeddd

  2. ITS A GREAT COMEDY ! ALL SONGS ARE ROCKING. THE STORY & SUSPENSE ARE GREAT .MY FAVOURITE SONGS ARE – TERE BIN THERE IS NO DESIRE……& SIGNAL PYAR KA SIGNAL…… KEEP IT UP ALL OF YOU

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