Sonchiriya Music Overview – Bollywood Hungama


It’s in actual fact stunning to discover a soundtrack for Sonchiriya. Sure, director Abhishek Chaubey has included music in his earlier movies like Ishqiya, Dedh Ishqiya and Udta Punjab. Nonetheless, with the Chambal setting of Sonchiriya, you do not fairly anticipate music in there. Nonetheless, Abhishek has executed that by bringing on board composer Vishal Bhardwaj and lyricist Varun Grover.

Music Review: Sonchiriya


It’s a Western nation music starting for Sonchiriya as Mame Khan brings on an ‘alaap’ for ‘Baaghi Re’ whilst a guitar performs within the background. This one has a haunting really feel to it which matches effectively with the theme of the movie. Furthermore, there may be this distinct Vishal Bhardwaj ingredient that comes into play for ‘Baaghi Re’ which units it other than the opposite soundtracks that you just hear in Bollywood. Not that this one, or its ‘remix model’ that follows, can be a chartbuster however within the context of the movie it performs its half effectively.

Rekha Bhardwaj, who undoubtedly comes up with a track or two at any time when Vishal Bhardwaj is the composer, goes solo for the title track ‘Sonchiraiya’ which is later heard within the ‘reprise model’ as effectively. This one is a gradual shifting smooth quantity and has a classic 70s really feel to it which is in keeping with the form of songs that had been created by Gulzar again then. This time round although it’s Varun Grover because the lyricist. Whereas but once more there’s no business worth that the track comes with, it ought to play effectively as part of the movie.

Arijit Singh comes on board for ‘Ruan Ruan’ and just about sings this one in a mode that’s truly synonymous with that of Vishal Bhardwaj himself. The sound of the whistle that accompanies the track is once more in keeping with the Western nation music and also you just like the intoxicating really feel that comes with the core of ‘Ruan Ruan’. Had this song been promoted smartly and aggressively, it could well have covered some kind of distance. That said, despite Arijit on board, this one too is basically quite niche and for a select audience.

Next to arrive is the traditional number ‘Naina Na Maar’ which has its lyrics recreated by Ashok Mizaj Badr. First upbeat number of the soundtrack, this one has Sukhwinder Singh at the helm of affairs and his free flow mode of singing does aid in bringing good vibrancy into the proceedings. He is supported by Rekha Bhardwaj and while there is some kind of energy that comes in when the song is being played, one waits to see how it is picturised for the big screen.

Last to arrive is an out and out situational number ‘Saanp Khavega’ which is basically about the ‘survival of the fittest’. A kind of number which is basically put together for the purpose of aiding the storytelling instead of playing a part where the commercial aspect of the soundtrack is enhanced, this Sukhwinder Singh sung number just about passes muster.


Strictly situational with no real commercial appeal.


‘Ruan Ruan’, ‘Baaghi Re’

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