Welcome to another take of Music 'N' Masti as we wave goodbye to the old tracks and showcase the hottest new songs in B-Town this week!
Film: Krantiveer - The Revolution
Singers: K K, Shreya Ghoshal
A new entry this week in the form of Khuda Mere Khuda. While the rest of the album, sadly, has not clicked with the audience; this light performance from the wonderful romantic duo goes on to become a pleasant listen.
Film: Badmaash Company
Chaska definitely tops this album! Krishna does a good job with the vocals though Pritam's melodies falls short of his Dan Te Nan composition for 2009's Kaminey.
Despite being on it's last leg, Mika's bindaas number remains a favorite with the audience, perhaps a success it owes partially to the parent track from the yesteryear blockbuster Laawaris?!
Singers: Vijay Prakash, Mustafa Kutoane, Keerthi Sagathia
This one clearly carries the A R Rahman stamp! Whilst situational (and no doubt impressive on screen) Behene De is a delightful combination of the maestro's music and some excellent voices.
6. Bheegi Si Bhaagi Si
As melodious as it is foot-tapping, and beautifully crooned by Chauhan. Unexpectedly romantic in an album which belongs to a world of dirty politics et al ..
5. Kajra Kajra Kajraare
Despite coming from completely different composers, Bin Tere vaguely reminds us of the monster hit, Noor-E-Khuda. Maybe that's why we love it so much?
A track that is light on the ears and well-sung by Dadlani. It has quickly become popular with music fans despite it's relative lack of lyrical depth as such.
Singers: Rekha Bhardwaj, Javed Ali, Anuradha Sriram
We aim to please! Khilli Re is swapped for the popular Ranjha Ranjha of the same album. A folksy based song reminiscent of the magnificence that was Taal, Ranjha is an energetic and exciting listen.
Let us know your favourite songs this week and you may just find it in the next week's charts!