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‘Commando 2’ Music Review

Vidyut Jammwal in a still from Commando 2
Vidyut Jammwal in a still from Commando 2

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Vidyut Jammwal’s action thriller ‘Commando 2‘ is all set to hit the screens on 3rd March, 2017. This is the second film from this franchise and it has a bigger cast as well.

The film also stars Adah Sharma, Esha Gupta and Freddy Daruwala. It is directed by Deven Bhojani.

Here is our Music Review on Commando 2:

Hare Krishna Hare Ram

Hare Krishna Hare Ram seems like a promotional song. It’s a spin off of Akshay Kumar’s ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa’ track by the same name but as the trend goes in Bollywood, the original was better and had great impact with its beats. This one is a mere addition in the album for a filler. There’s no real musical feel in the song and the beats are not happening.

Tere Dil Mein

This is a decent song and flows smoothly with its calm background music. Armaan Malik sings it genuinely and this romantic track is a good addition to the album. An appreciable music from Mannan Shaah is pleasant.

Tere Dil Mein Club Mix

The Club Mix of Tere Dil Mein is a pointless addition. It’s just a fast paced version of the original and doesn’t have any uniqueness.

Seedha Saadha

Seedha Saadha has very weak lyrics and even weaker music. ‘Bulleya’ fame singer Amit Mishra tries hard to make it work but his singing can’t hold the song together, The problem is also the tone which doesn’t feel right and the music goes haywire. There is no synchronization between the beats and the singing.

Commando (Title Track)

The title track ‘Commando’ will only make impact with the action in the film otherwise it doesn’t have any value to add into the playlist. It has ordinary music which you would have listened million times in such genre of films. Aditi Singh Sharma sings it honestly but without much support from the music department, she couldn’t pull it off.


For an action thriller, Commando 2 has too many songs and none of them actually connect. With weak music and some unnecessary songs, the album completely disappoints. The tracks seemed to be made just to create a buzz and not make any contribution to music.

Check out Commando 2’s complete Audio Jukebox here:

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