Title Track: Badri Ki Dulhania To be fair, in Badri Ki Dulhania there is a sizeable contribution from Bagchi; it is only the main hook that the song borrows from Shankar Jaikishan’s Chalat Musafir from Teesri Kasam (which itself was a folk tune adaptation).
Aashiq Surrender Hua: Composition and sung by Amaal Mallik. What’s good is to see he is now trying something different than electro music to compose dance music. Amaal Mallik as said earlier is also the singer for the song which he does well enough to match the energy of Shreya Ghosal at the other end.
Roke Na Ruke Naina: Another composition by Amaal Mallik where I must say, he did a good job. The music and instrument arrangement is something I did loved. Especially, the flute and guzheng by Tapas Roy
Humsafar: Akhil Sachdeva, Leader of Delhi-based Sufi Music Band, made his debut in music composing with Humsafar. And undoubtedly I must say, he did an excellent job considering it to be his Official debut. The problem with the song is the vocals of Akhil Sachdeva, which doesn’t do proper justice to such a lovely composition.
Tamma Tamma Again: Unexpectedly awesome remix by Tanishk Bagchi in my opinion. The song is a revamp of Bappi Lahiri’s hit song which was in turn inspired from Mory Kante’s Tamma Tamma. Not to forget Laxmikant Pyarelal’s Jumma Chumma which was sourced out of the same composition. I had personally loved the rap by Badshah but don’t much appreciation about it all around.
Overall I would say, this music album is going to stay for longer than expected in your mind.