Dhadang Dhang has that OTT percussions, perfect for this masala flick. Only good for roadside dance, nothing works here except the catchy 90's beats. The 'Chinta ta ta' phrase is addictive, but the song in totality disappoints with typical Mika singing. Yet another (yawn...) addition to the 'Item' race of Bollywood - Aa re pritam pyaare is just - mediocre. Chammak Challo Chel Chabeeli is clearly, a 90s song. Why not? After all it has Kumar Sanu too ! With Shreya Ghoshal, the song is going to be a guilty pleasure of mine, reminding the old days ;). Tera Ishq Bada Teekha does give some relief with its bit naughty bit mushy parts. (Javed Ali, of course). Chandaniya (Lori Lori) is sounds exactly like something by Rahman, with minimal arrangements and all. Should take time to grow on me. And the final track - Rowdy Mix - a QGM inspired music piece filled with dialogues. Nothing special, even the dialogues tries hard to become 'punch'lines, but not punchy enough.
Sajid-Wajid's Rowdy Rathore is a 90s mixed bag, given more efforts this could've been a kick-ass album, which it isn't. Though this would be a perfect on screen with all the masala elements.
My Picks : Chammak Challo (yes, kill me ;) Chandaniya, Tera Ishq
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