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Review |  03 Jan 2015 17:28 |  By RnMTeam

'Tevar'- Mixed bag


Label: Eros Now

Composers: Sajid Wajid, Imran Khan, Shafqat Amanat Ali

Singers: Imran Khan, Wajid, Ritu Pathak, Shabab Sabri, Danish Sabri, Shruti Haasan, Shafqat Amanat Ali, Mika Singh, Mamta Sharma 

After dishing out a decent album, ‘Daawat-e-Ishq’ in 2014, music composer duo Sajid-Wajid has composed eight tracks for the Arjun Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha starrer ‘Tevar’ while Kausar Munir has penned the lyrics for the album. ‘Tevar’ is a remake of Tamil film ‘Okadu’ and is directed by Amit Ravindernath Sharma, and produced by Boney Kapoor, Sanjay Kapoor, Sunil Lulla, Naresh Agarwal and Sunil Manchanda.

Main Toh Superman:

The album opens with a rather annoying track which simply glorifies the fact that the protagonist is a Salman Khan fan, thus avoid messing with him. To add to it, the constant metallic beats make the song even more irritating. The song is sung by Wajid and the lyrics are penned by Sajid, Kausar Munir, Danish Sabri.

Radha Nachegi:

The song, crooned by Ritu Pathak, Shabab Sabri and Danish Sabri, begins on a very soothing note. But as it proceeds, one cannot decide if the track is classical or an item number and ends up being hotchpotch. To sum it up, ‘Radha Nachegi’ is not at all impressive.

Let’s Celebrate

The track ‘Let’s Celebrate’ is a groovy, ultra cool party number composed and sung by Dutch Pakistani singer Imran Khan, who makes his debut in tinsel town. The pacy beats tempt keep you tuned into the song, and it could be the next party anthem.


The song ‘Joganiyan’ is sung by Shruti Hasan and is perhaps a little too intense a number to be a considered a romantic track, particularly with the heavy instrumentation in the background. However, Hasan’s high pitched vocals display her singing prowess, and the track eventually grows on you.


The item number ‘Madamiyan’ starts with Mamta Sharma’s vocals, and is also sung by Mika Singh. The amalgamation of Indian and western techno music beats makes this a groovy number. The track has a slight rustic touch with lyrics that have an influence of Uttar Pradesh and Mathura. It is catchy and interesting; thumbs up to the composers and the singers on this.

Main Nai Jaana Pardes

‘Main Nai Jaana Pardes’ is one of the most promising tracks of the album which is crooned by Shafqat Amanat Ali. The track commences with a soulful piano melody, and as it progresses, the song displays influences of classical music. Vocals by Shafqat Amanat Ali are soothing and the song grows on you. The soulful track is composed by Sajid Wajid and Shafqat Amanat Ali.

The album also has a remix of the track ‘Superman’ and a mashup of ‘Madamiya’ and ‘Radha Nachegi’. Barring a few tracks, the album fails to impress. ‘Tevar’ will hit the silver screen on 9th January 2015.