One expects situational soundtrack for Panga, contemplating the truth that it’s a slice of life movie with sports activities because the core theme. Although Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and Javed Akhtar come collectively to create half a dozen songs for the movie, one does not fairly count on a chartbuster outing right here since there has hardly been any promotion both for the music as the main focus has been on the movie.
Harshdeep Kaur, Divya Kumar and Siddharth Mahadevan come collectively to create the title music ‘Panga’ which has a very good hook to it. A really feel good quantity with a catchy rhythm, this one has sure nicety to it, courtesy the style wherein the singers come collectively to croon this one. This one has an anthem really feel to it and will have lined far with good promotion.
Jassie Gill, the main man of Panga, takes cost as a singer for ‘Dil Ne Kaha‘, which has the type of sound that one associates with Salman Khan’s Dabangg franchise. Reminding one in every of ‘Tere Mast Mast Do Nain’ with a little bit of ‘Brathless’ really feel to it within the method wherein it begins, ‘Dil Ne Kaha’ is a romantic observe that is available in two variations with Jassie Gill after which Shahid Mallya taking cost. Asees Kaur is the frequent consider each the songs and she or he does nicely as she has been over a time period now.
Subsequent to reach is ‘Bibby Track’ and this one tries to be all humorous. Nevertheless, at finest this one is a situational observe with no actual enchantment outdoors the movie. Annu Kapoor comes behind the mike for this one alongside Sherry and you do not actually get hooked on it. As a matter of reality you progress on to the following in line quickly sufficient to take a look at what remainder of the soundtrack has to supply.
Shankar Mahadevan makes a belated entry as a singer with ‘Jugnu’ and he has Sunny for firm. Although he does nicely as a singer once more as a consequence of his attribute voice, total the music – with a Sufi contact to it – stays on to be situational at finest. A montage quantity which is about goals and aspirations, it goes with the theme of the movie however that is about it.
Final to reach is ‘Wahi Hai Raste’ which has Mohan Kannan taking cost. This one brings with it the temper and really feel which one associates with the sort that was heard within the non-mainstream movies of the 70s. Slightly later within the album, Asees Kaur’s voice is heard. With Bengali people music base to it, ‘Wahi Hai Raste’ is nearly okay and does not fairly warrant repeat listening to.
The music of Panga is basically situational with a few songs firstly making some form of an impression.
‘Panga’, ‘Dil Ne Kaha’