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Jayeshbhai Jordaar Music Review

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Music composer Vishal-Sheykhar is back after a long break with ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’. The duo has collaborated multiple times with YRF in the past years. If audiences are expecting something like the superhit party anthem “Nashe si Chad Gayi” then they will be disappointed, even though“Firecracker” is somewhere near it. The music album is pretty decent with five songs and theme music, which are penned by lyricist Jaideep Sahni, Kumaar and Vayu.

The electronic beats of “Firecracker” makes it engaging even when it feels as if it has been heard before. The spirited rendition by Vishal Dadlani and Sheykhar Ravjiani in the song is something one shouldn’t miss. Social media users must be in love with this song. Written by Kumaar and Vayu, the lyrics will keep the audience hooked. This song also has an English version sung by Vishal which uses the Hindi lyrics as well.

“Dheere Dheere Seekh Jaaunga” sung by Sheykhar is probably the best song on the album. The track starts with Gujarati lines rendered by Priya Saraiya. It goes to make one emotional and touches the heart.

“Jordaar”  is the track that was also played in the film’s trailer. It’s upbeat, engaging and gives a folk vibe that can be credited to Keerthi Sagathia’s rustic voice. Vishal sings the latter half of the song and does a pretty good job. However, it’s not a party anthem that you would like to listen to on loop.

“Dil Ki Gali” sung by Katyayani and Sheykhar Ravjiani is an unpredictable track that has different moods to it. Abhijit Nalani’s arrangements make the song addictive. This is probably a song you can hear more than once and it doesn’t need the visuals to make an impact.

“Nanki’s Theme” composed by Sanchit Balhara and Ankit Balhara is a wordless song hummed by Jonita Gandhi. The music doesn’t impress much as a lone track. Jonita did a good job but we have heard her in better compositions.

Altogether the music album doesn’t impress much like the tracks of  ‘Salaam Namaste’ (2005) and ‘Befikre’ (2016) did. One would expect a lot more from Vishal and Sheykhar. However, the tracks aren’t a total disappointment either. The cinematography, they have quite a good impact.

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