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14 Phere Music Review

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’14 Phere’ starring Vikrant Massey and Kriti Kharbanda, is a rom-com directed by Devanshu Kumar. Music is composed by Raajeev V Bhalla and Mukund Suryawanshi from JAM8. Released on ZEE5, the movie has emotions, romance, dance, comedy, family values and a wedding. Hence, the soundtrack has got all types of songs for every mood.

“Hum Dono Yun Miley” is penned and sung by Raajeev V Bhalla along with Riya Duggal and Rashmi Harmalkar. This song captures the college-day romance of Sanjay (Vikrant Massey) and Aditi (Kriti Kharbanda). The lyrics of the song is very sweet and pleasant to hear. It’s a very mood refreshing song and the scenes shown in the movie will definitely make one miss their college days. The guitar and the mouth organ tunes make the song jolly and cheerful.

“Aag Ka Dariya” sung by Raajeev V Bhalla, Romy and Rajnigandha Shekhawat and penned by Geet Sagar, is supposed to be funny but it couldn’t make it. The music and the tunes totally fail to impress. This is Romy’s worst song till now. His “Zumba” song from ‘Good Newwz’ (2020) was far better compared to this. That Punjabi feeling is clearly missing in this song. Geet Sagar’s lyrics are too boring to hear.

“Chamak” is composed, produced, mixed and also sung and penned by Raajeev V Bhalla along with Sharvi Yadav and Pinky Maindasani. This is an item number. The music is very peppy and upbeat. It is a complete party song, which can make everyone dance to its tantalizing tunes. In this song, Vikrant Massey, Kriti Kharbanda and Gauhar Khan together show their smooth moves and slay it, which will definitely make us groove to them.

“Ghodi Chadke” is a perfect ‘shaadi’ (wedding) song, which sums up all the feelings of an Indian wedding like – ‘Haaldi’ and ‘Baraat’. It is sung By Raajeev V Bhalla, veteran singer Rekha Bhardwaj, Keka Ghoshal and Ravi Mishra. Pallavi Mahajan has penned the song. The track has a very soothing music and the tunes of mouth organ and harmonium are very quirky and it will definitely build up the mood for a wedding. The amalgamation of the music and the lyrics justify the mood. All the singers have really done a good job behind the mic.

“Hai Tu” is rendered by Raajeev V Bhalla, Himani Kapoor and Sarvpreet Singh and is penned by Geet Sagar. It is a romantic track, which will remind all listeners of their loved ones. The guitar pieces are the best part of the song. It’s very pleasant to hear and it will definitely make your head nod. Himani and Sarvpreet’s voice are too good.

“Shor Sharaba” is an upbeat song, which also adds to the wedding mood, but it was not that much fun to hear. Although the beats are very groovy, the lyrics are not so enjoyable in comparison to “Ghodi Chadke”. It is sung by Raajeev V bhalla, Brijesh Shandilya, Rajnigandha Shekhawat and Shloka Lal and penned by Shloka Lal.

Considering the religious sentiments rooted too deep, Bollywood movies have always been coming up with devotional songs of high quality and “Ram Sita” is one of them. The song is sung by veteran singer Rekha Bhardwaj. Melancholy and melodious are two words which beautifully describe her. Rekhaji’s voice is so calm and deep that one can truly feel devoted towards God. Penned by Shloka Lal, the tune is very soothing and calm.

’14 Phere’ has got a mixture of different types of songs and moves with the storyline.

Rating: 3/5





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