With the movie titled Kaashi, one primarily expects a bunch of situational tracks with some form of thematic enchantment. A number of composers, lyricists and singers come collectively to create music for this Sharman Joshi starrer.
Title monitor ‘Bam Bam Bole Kaashi’ comes proper on the onset of the soundtrack with Daler Mehndi main the cost. He’s supported by Swati Sharma & Divya Kumar on this Shabbir Ahmed written quantity that’s put to tune by Vipin Patwa. There’s a little bit of rap included as effectively which particulars ‘Kaashi ki holi’ however total the track stays throughout flat. Later there’s a reprise model too by Aditya Dev & Vipin Patwa, and although it helps within the recall worth, by and huge there is not a lot that you simply take dwelling.
Subsequent to reach is ‘Tujhe Dhoond Raha Dil’ which is boring from the phrase ‘go’. A tragic quantity that simply does not have any power by any means, whether or not by way of composition [Raj Ashoo], writing [Shabbir Ahmed] or most significantly singing [Yasser Desai], that is a kind of tracks that deserves to undergo a quick-skip.
The unhappy temper continues with ‘Wo Rishta’ which is a BH Music Cafe composition with Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay because the lyricist. One more track that simply does not go anyplace proper from the start, this one seems in a few variations. Whereas first to reach has Ankit Tiwari and Deepali Sathe coming collectively, the one which follows is a solo reprise model by Deepali. A forgettable monitor with no recall worth by any means, ‘Wo Rishta’ is third track in succession which fails to work in Kaashi.
For the primary time within the album there may be Western sound launched by means of the track ‘Ranjha’. The start of this DJ Emenes composition reminds one of many sort of the beginning that the brand new model of ‘Dum Maro Dum’ had taken within the namesake movie. In actual fact as ‘Ranjha’ progresses additional, there are increasingly similarities with the Deepika Padukone monitor, each by way of lyrics [Shbbir Ahmed] in addition to rendition by Payal Dev and Neeraj Shridhar.
The mix of BH Music Cafe and Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay is again with ‘Betahasha’. Contemplating the truth that Sonu Nigam and Palak Mucchal are coming collectively for the track, one has higher expectations for one thing good to finally come out of the soundtrack. Not that ‘Betahasha’ seems to be a chartbuster within the making, however it will possibly a minimum of be heard by means of its length.
General, there is not a lot to extract musically from Kaashi. Forgettable.