The Dabangg Khan makes his appearance on the big screens for the
second time in 2014, and this time under the banner of Nadiadwala
Grandson Entertainment with the much awaited film, Kick
. For the
first time, Salman Khan
pairs up with sultry Sri Lankan beauty
Jacqueline Fernandes in Sajid Nadiadwala
's upcoming action thriller.
Despite being a remake of the popular Telugu version of the same name, Kick
screenplay has been written by Nadiadwala and famous author Chetan
Bhagat. Randeep Hooda
and Nawazuddin Siddiqui
are also said to play
pivotal roles in this flick.
The music album was released in early July and comprised of mainly
four tracks, three of which have various versions to it. The music is
composed by the talented Himesh
Reshammiya and Meet Bros Anjjan.
Interestingly, Khan is another actor who has taken up singing as a
serious side profession as he sung a majority of the songs in this
album. BollyCurry has taken the initiative to give the album a listen so
sit back and read on to see our thoughts.
Opening with the much hyped "Jumme Ki Raat", Himesh Reshamiyya and
Palak Muchhal's powerful vocals carried the song to another level; as
did Salman Khan
's. This track has four versions to it - "Jumme Ki Raat",
"Jumme Ki Raat - 1", "Jumme Ki Raat, Part 1 (Remix)" and "Jumme Ki
Raat, Part 2 (Remix)". In essence, they are all similar with some extra
instrumentals here and there and an upbeat tempo. However, one can
settle on the original as it is bubbly and perfect for the dance floor.
Next up, Salman Khan
teams up with the gifted Shreya Ghoshal
Bros Anjjan to vocalize "Hangover". This exhilarating track encompasses
three versions - "Hangover", "Hangover (MBA Swag)" and "Hangover
(Remix)". With its fair share of instrumentals and a rather high pitch,
these are great foot tapping and head bobbing numbers.
The soft and melodious "Tu Hi Tu" graces the list next as Mohammed
Irfan, Neeti Mohan and Salman Khan
do wonders with their respective
versions of the song. Five versions are available - "Tu Hi Tu, Part 1",
"Tu Hi Tu (Reprise), "Tu Hi Tu, Part 2", "Tu Hi Tu (House Mix) and "Tu
Hi Tu, Part 2 (Remix)". The smoothness that drones on is easy to groove
to and easily makes this a good romantic track.
"Yaar Naa Miley", sung by Yo Yo Honey Singh
and Jasmine Sandlas, is
another up tempo track in this album. Utilizing the trend of talking
some lyrics, this track has a single version but is not entirely
different from the other hyped songs of the album. With simple
instrumentals backing the vocals, the track is quite impressive. The
track is dubbed to be the "Devil" song of the album (Owing to Khan's
Concluding with the collaboration of Meet Bros Anjjan and Salman Khan
is the freshly released "Hai Yehi Zindagi". A violin dominated track
that is both peppy and soothing to the ears. Quite a rare combination,
but this is effortlessly pulled together by the talented music composing
The music ceases to amaze after all the excitement and can be rated as average, at best. BollyCurry
wishes Khan and his entire team immense success critically and
commercially. With that, we've come to the end of this review; be sure
to let us know your thoughts below.
Author: Mohini N.
Editors: Ritchelle C. and Sonia R.
Graphics: Shikha A.
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