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Fanney Khan Quick Music Review

Popular Tanishk Bagchi, known for his expertise in rehashing 90s tracks, teams up with the melodious diva, Sunidhi Chauhan for “Mohabbat”, which is a fun-filled party number with his usual funky and party beats! Sunidhi Chauhan and Divya Kumar’s “Halka Halka” is Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s classic ghazal “Ye Jo Halka Halka” à la Trivedi style! Divya’s rustic vocals offers an interesting contrast to Sunidhi’s high-pitched vocals, which overshadow the neat programming. “Achche Din” is truly genuine, soothing and pleasing to the ears. Composer-singer Amit Trivedi has nailed it here! Despite the nice progression the song takes, the composer still cannot get away from his old music templates. “Tere Jaisa Tu Hai” is mostly a situational track which does not offer anything new in Trivedi’s music arrangements. Monali Thakur ably handles the track. “Fu Bai Fu” brings a Bollywood potpourri and includes many references but thankfully, it does not go overboard. Monali Thakur oozes plenty of energy. The album relates to the different characters and sticks to familiar territories. It is hard to exclaim ‘wow’ after the first listen. Irshad Kamil’s lyrics are in synch while Amit Trivedi, once again, feels less inspired, and Tanishk Bagchi keeps the party alive!

Rating: 2/5

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