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Taapsee Pannu is all set for her spy thriller ‘Naam Shabana‘. A spin-off of Akshay Kumar’s ‘Baby’, the film will show the journey of Shabana as a spy and her bravery to hunt down the enemies.
The film also stars Manoj Bajpayee, Anupam Kher and Akshay Kumar. It is directed by Shivam Nair and it is releasing on 31st March.
Following is our Music Review on Naam Shabana:
Music Directors: Rochak Kohli and Meet Bros
Rozaana battles with its own slow pace that never picks up the momentum. It’s sad that despite Shreya Ghoshal’s amazing voice, the song doesn’t impress. The music by Rochak Kohli fails to justify the romantic offering of the track. It has linear beats and without improvisation, it eventually causes a dull experience.
Zinda is an elegant song that narrates the hard life of a spy and their fighting spirit. It has good lyrics written by Manoj Muntashir and the music by Rochak Kohli is equally strong. Sunidhi Chauhan’s skillful crooning is a delight to listen and a smart background score is a firm support. It gives a much needed inspiration to the album.
Well, another remix of old classic Bollywood song and the same stale result, it doesn’t impress. The recreational version of Zubi Zubi is an average mixing and nothing else. Its music is not even exciting enough to give it a try. The music director should have at least added some zeal to the composing or would have simply created a new song.
Baby Besharam (Dil Hua Besharam)
Baby Besharam is a raw song with amazing energy. Jasmine Sandlas has a powerful voice and she makes this track worthy of listening. She did the same magic in ‘Brake An Fail‘ song from ‘Machine‘. The beats and music by Meet Bros is refreshing and peppy. It’s a dance track full of rush.
Naam Shabana is an average music album. Considering its action thriller genre, it was never expected to have brilliant songs but even by that front, they are pretty generic. Zinda and Dil Hua Besharam are good additions but none of them are going to enjoy much longevity. Overall, it is not satisfactory.
Here’s the Complete Audio Jukebox of Naam Shabana: