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Review |  02 May 2016 18:38 |  By RnMTeam

Sarbjit Music: Set to top the charts

MUMBAI: Starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Randeep Hooda in the lead roles, and Richa Chadda, Darshan Kumar in supporting roles, Omung Kumar's biopic drama film ‘Sarbjit’ is set to hit theatres on 20 May 2016. T-Series recently released the album of the biographical drama film and Radioandmusic.com had a quick listen.

Song: Salamat

Singers: Arijit Singh and Tulsi Kumar

Music: Amaal Mallik

Music Producer: Abhijit Vaghani

Lyrics: Rashmi Virag

This is the first song in Sarbjit and it will surely torque your mind. This is a melancholic yet positive number penned by Rashmi Virag. Beautifully composed by Amaal Mallik and outstandingly sung by Arijit Singh. Tulsi Kumar too has tried her best to match the tune of the song and we think that her voice suits the melody of the track quite well. In addition, the video of the song presents a great chemistry between Richa and Randeep which is appealing. This track will definitely touch your heart.

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Song: Dard

Singers: Sonu Nigam

Music: Jeet Gannguli

Music Producer: Abhijit Vaghani

Lyrics: Rashmi Virag & Jaani

This song can leave you out of words. The lyrics of the song are so powerful that it makes the song intense. The situational is skilfully sung by Sonu Nigam.

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Song: Tung Lak

Singer: Sukhwinder Singh, Sunidhi Chauhan, Shail Hada and Kalpana Gandharv

Music: Shail- Pritesh

Lyrics: Sandeep Singh

Music Producer: Shail- Pritesh

Tung lak has a rustic tune and it is a foot-tapping melody sung by Sukhwinder Singh, Sunidhi Chauhan, Shail Hada and Kalpana Gandharv. Though according to us, the Punjabi rap was not required. Otherwise, the song has the essence to pump you up.

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Song: Rabba

Singer: Shafqat Amanat Ali

Music: Tanishk Bagchi

Music Producer: Tanishk Bagchi

Lyrics: Arafat Mehmood

Lyrics by Arafat Mehmood, composed by Tanishk Bagchi and sung by Shafqat Amanat Ali, this song is pretty average. Apart from Shafqat Amanat Ali's singing style, there is nothing extraordinary about this passable track. We feel that the beats and the lyrics are kinds of off-putting.

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Song: Meherbaan

Singer: Sukhwinder Singh

Music: Shail-Pritesh

Lyrics: A M Turaz

This is a Sufi and Qawwali based song which is wonderfully sung by Sukhwinder Singh. The lyrics of the song are penned by A M Turaz. The music arrangements and lyrics are a blend of Urdu and Punjabi and it gives a brand new outlook to the track. The song initiates with bass guitar and ends with Punjabi dhol beats which we liked. The voice variation of Sukhwinder Singh is noteworthy and this is an energetic track.

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Song: Barsan Laagi

Singer: Shail Hada

Music: Shail–Pritesh

Music Producer: Shail–Pritesh

Lyrics: A M Turaz

This is a beautiful song based on Indian classical based on Thumri raga. Skilfully composed by Shail and Pritesh, this song is sung by Shail Hada. The music arrangement is unique and includes a variety of Indian classical instruments, soft vocals, percussion and western instruments as well. The voice range of Shail Hada is absolutely remarkable. This song is a standout track of the movie.

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Song: Allah Hu Allah

Singers: Shashaa Tirupati, Altamash, Rabbani Mustafa Khan

Music: Tanishk Bagchi

Music Producer: Abhijit Vaghani and Tanishk Bagchi

Lyrics: Late Haider Najmi

This is a prayer song beautifully sung. It is composed by Abhijit Vaghani and Tanishk Bagchi and beautifully sung by ShashaaTirupati, Altamash, and Rabbani Mustafa Khan.

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Song: Mera Junoon

Singer: Shail Hada

Music: Shail-Pritesh

Music Producer: Shail-Pritesh

Lyrics: A M Turaz

The gist of the song is, do not lose hope. Composed by Shail-Pritesh, this song is sung so well by Shail Hada.

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Song: Nindiya

Singer: Arijit Singh

Music: Shashi-Shivamm

Music Produced by: Meghdeep and Shashi – Shivamm

Lyrics: Sandeep Singh

Music Label: T-Series

This song is a lullaby as it name suggests. Penned by Sandeep Singh and Sung by Arijit Singh, several parts of the song might feel unusual as some of the parts are purposely offbeat.

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