Shambhu Sutaay packs in itself the thump, percussions that is a must for a 'Ganesha' song. What surprises you is how it concludes with a Duha. Shankar Mahadevan's voice gives you all those goosebumps. With grandeur arrangements in prelude, Bezubaan catches ears instantly. Add Mohit Chauhan backed by Priya Panchal, Deane Sequeira & Tanvi Shah - this is one heady track that should be must-see on screen (oh, and in 3D !). Starting off with Nadaswaram sound - Psycho Re assures a rollicking ride with Mika and Udit Narayan behind the mic. Such an addictive stuff ! (Sigh.. we miss you Udit ji). For a moment Anushka confuses you with Shilpa Rao, impresses in Man Basiyo Saanwariyo - a rock heavy track designed for those 'lock-pop' and more stage acts. After talking about his auntie, another song is here about Chandu. And this time, its Chandu Ki Girlfriend 's turn. With absolute fun lyrics by Mayur Puri. Similarly fun song is Sorry Sorry sung by Jigar himself, has that 'stuck-in-head' quality. While with dark shades and rock base - Duhaai travels altogether a new way, an engaging one. Aptly, last two tracks didn't impress as much as the whole album. (maybe its just me who doesn't like much shor-sharaba?) Suraj Jagan's electric guitar heavy Kar Ja Re Ya Mar Ja Re seems a 'climax theme' material. And Hard Kaur's Sadaa Dil Vi Tu - is pretty heavy on decibels, but an interesting effort of making a dub-step induced Ganesha track.
Sachin-Jigar's soundtrack works as effortlessly as Prabhu's dance. An impressive body of work for this out and out 'dance movie'. ABCD packs a punch that is able to make anybody, dance.
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