Sowmya Raoh's voice perfectly croons the jazzy feel of Idhar Gire. The retro-ish feel accompanied by bit naughty singing, reminds of those songs, mostly sung by 'negative' supporting actress in oldies. Yet another Jugni, this one by Jazzy B has sped up the tempo with lyrics that are in But has nothing new to offer. The desi track, Media Se has some quirky words by Kausar Munir. This one sung by Paroma P Dasgupta, tune-wise it ends up as an average one. Piyush Mishra comes up next. With, well, another version of his old tune. Bas Chhal Kapat is new version of Aarambh (Gulaal). The composition is undoubtedly good with dark tone, but the Deja Vu is definitely there. Last one, Kona Kona Dil Ka by Devaki Pandit is a lovely tune with minimal arrangements. Making it Best of the lot.
Unlike the first installment, soundtrack of the sequel - Saheb Biwi aur Gangster Returns doesn't impress that much. Composed by Sandeep Chowta, this one would work only in line with the screenplay, and not as stand alone album like the first one did.
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