Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan Music Review


As is the present development with majority of Bollywood flicks, soundtrack of Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan too has launched alongside the arrival of the movie in theatres. Although an early launch of the jukebox can properly assist achieve added reputation in days previous to the movie’s launch, one wonders if this development would reverse in time to come back. Furthermore, but once more there are three recreated songs on this album which has over half a dozen numbers in there.

Music Review: Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan


Yo Yo Honey Singh (composer), Kinder Deol (lyricist) and singer J-Star’s ‘Gabru’ from the album Worldwide Villager is recreated by, who else however, Tanishk Bagchi as ‘Pyaar Tenu Karda Gabru’. A enjoyable observe all the best way which is already fairly in style, particularly up North, this one is a celebratory outing with newer lyrics by Vayu. Singer Romy does fairly properly in rendering this hard-core Punjabi quantity that’s set to be a chartbuster once more.

Tanishk – Vayu come collectively to create variety of songs in Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan and one among their first collaborations is ‘Mere Liye Tum Kaafi Ho’. Ayushmann Khurranna brings himself behind the mike for this Vayu written quantity and his voice truly comes throughout as fairly totally different in right here. A good observe which is straightforward on ears, it comes throughout as a situational quantity at finest because it would not actually have that punch in there to emerge as a chartbuster.

Second recreated track within the album is ‘Arey Pyaar Kar Le’ which is a take-off on Bappi Lahiri and Anjaan’s ‘Yaar Bina Chain Kaha Re’ from Anil Kapoor and Amrita Singh’s Saheb. A great recreation by Tanishk Bagchi and Vayu, this one has Bappi Lahiri’s voice been retained which truly works tremendously for the track. Whereas Ayushmann Khurranna chips in as properly, the actual enjoyable is to take heed to Bappi Lahiri on account of his distinctive vocals. A great tackle 80s nostalgia.

It is time for the Kakkar household to come back collectively for ‘Ooh La La’. Whereas Tony Kakkar writes and composes this one (together with Tanishk Bagchi), his sisters Sonu Kakkar and Neha Kakkar take centre-stage to let their hair down. A enjoyable quantity all the best way, its promotion surprisingly kick-started fairly late within the movie’s marketing campaign and it may properly have been useful had this been earlier. Not that the track is a big chartbuster within the making however nonetheless it has the form of power in there that may have pepped the movie even additional.

Mika steps in quickly after for Tanishk – Vayu created ‘Aisi Taisi’. Although the enjoyable ingredient is undamaged this time round as properly, as has been the case with many of the songs heard earlier than, on the finish of the day it solely suits within the wants of being a situational outing. Similar is the case with ‘Raakh’ which is definitely a melancholic outing and arrives out of nowhere. Although Arijit has sung for this Tanishk – Vayu creation, the punch will not be actually there and you do not fairly crave to return and provides this one a repeat listening to.

There may be some enjoyable that involves the proceedings although Anuradha Paudwal and Mohammad Aziz’s ‘Kya Karthe The Saajna’ from Anand-Milind’s ‘Lal Dupatta Malmal Ka’ is sampled for ‘Kya Karte Thay’ by Tanishk Bagchi and Vayu. Although Zara Khan tries to usher in one thing quirky to the proceedings, the enjoyable ingredient truly is available in when the unique makes an look.


The music of Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan seems to be respectable sufficient with a few songs making an impression, albeit each being recreations. One way or the other the brand new songs which were created for the movie do not fairly cowl the space and had there been a chartbuster ortwo there, it could have solely helped the soundtrack additional.


‘Pyaar Tenu Karda Gabru’, ‘Arey Pyaar Kar Le’, ‘Ooh La La’

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