Composer duo Sachin-Jigar present a lovely light romantic track for Ramaiyya Vastavaiyya that is directed by Prabhudeva.
Atif Aslam and Shreya Ghoshal sing the first track "Jeene laga hoon" beautifully. The track is a very a romantic number and Shreya and Atif do full justice to the number. The tune is addictive, the musical arrangements with santoor and guitar are lovely and the lyrics simple but effective. The humming in the song also sounds line.
"Hip hop beat" is next and, as the name suggests, it is a dance number. Singers Mika Singh and Monali Thakur have sung it in a way that the music's beats are highlighted well. The loud track talks about teasing a girl. After a point it becomes a regular track with all the music and the dhol sounds. Towards the end, the music, however, becomes really fast and brings the climax, which is an interesting turn for listeners.
Atif Aslam and Shreya again team up for yet another romantic number "Bairiya". The song has a magical feel to it and the singers' soothing voices are mesmerizing. It gradually changes pace as more instruments join in. Both singers take the song to another level, making it worth hearing.
Third in the line is "Peecha chutha" in Mohit Chauhan's crisp voice. The song is a rhythmic, happy track. Even though some may like the song, it may not have a long shelf life.
Atif and Shreya weave magic for the third time with another romantic number, "Rang lagyo". With good music, apt lyrics and rhythmic music, this one is the best so far. It has everything required in a love song and that makes it magical.
Item number "Jadoo ki jhappi" ends the album on a peppy note. The whistles, fast beats and fast music make it a perfect dance number. Neha Kakkar's voice gels very well with the composition and Mika later spices it up. Entertaining, but not an out of the box composition.
Overall a light and lovely track.