Bhoomi Music Review: Sanjay Dutt-Sachin-Jigar-Rahat Fateh Ali Khan's powerful vocals impart soul to the album | PINKVILLA



Bhoomi is a revenge drama and explores the relationship between a father and daughter – how he will fight against all odds just to protect his daughter’s respect. Coming to Bhoomi’s music, it goes with the theme of the movie.

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Sanjay Dutt is finally coming back on screen with Omung Kumar’s film Bhoomi. A lot of fans are anxiously waiting for the film to finally hit the screens this Friday (September 22, 2017). The movie is a revenge drama and explores the relationship between a father and daughter – how he will fight against all odds just to protect his daughter’s respect. Coming to Bhoomi’s music, it goes with the theme of the movie.
Here’s the music review of Sanjay Dutt’s Bhoomi: 
Lag Ja Gale
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s Lag Ja Gale is the perfect start to the jukebox of Sanjay Dutt’s comeback film, Bhoomi. His powerful vocals have all the ability to spell magic as it has a Sufi touch to it. Zinda hai yeh dil mera, Saanson se teri sanam, Tere dil mein basa hai mera sara jahan, Pehla pyar tu mera, Tu hi akhiri sanam, Teri chhahat ko maan baitha main hoon Khuda – lyrics by Priya Saraiya impart soul to Rahat’s melodious office. Coming to musical setting, you would fall in love with tunes of guitar, sarangi, tabla, flute and harmonium. If you are in love, the song is just a perfect for listening with a special one in the evening and just hugging your partner tight would set things right.
Trippy Trippy
Sung by Neha Kakkar, Benny Dayal, Brijesh Sandhaliya and Badshah, Trippy Trippy is a quirky number and falls into the category of the song which slowly grows on you. At the first time, you might not like it but eventually you would find yourself humming the song. The lyrics are fun – Saiyan ne modi humri baiyyan, Haaye main toh mar gayi daiyya, Woh de gaye humka, hickey hickey hickey hickey! If you are a music buff, you would love how music composers Sachin-Jigar have used instruments like electronic guitar, flute, keyboard, guitar riffs and drums.

Kho Diya
After a fast-paced number, the makers have toned it down to a beautiful track – Kho Diya. Sung by Sachin Sanghvi, the song will leave you teary-eyed and you would just flow with the music. You would love listening to the song on loop and the best setting would be sitting near by your window and feeling the breeze. You would also fall for the transition between the tunes of flute, guitar and flute. The lyrics by Priya Saraiya, yet again, does wonders – Kho diya hai maine khudko, Jabse humko hai paaya, Rootha hai Rabb, Chhoota mazhab, Chhoota hai yeh jag saara!
Will You Marry Me
The jukebox is indeed a blend of both fast and slow numbers. The next in jukebox is Will You Marry Me by Divya Kumar and Jonita Gandhi. It’s a typical wedding number or say a different tadka to the desi wedding songs. The tunes are such that are sure-shot earworm as the song stuck in your head. Coming to the lyrical setting, it’s average but you would still want to dance to the loud beats of the song. If you are a music enthusiast, you would surely like how the trumpet has been used in the song. 
Sung by Sukhwinder Singh, Daag is a situational song and would come in the movie wherein everything goes topsy-turvy. Daag means a scar – and while listening to the song, you might think what all bad has happened in your life and have an emotional outburst. The lyrical setting is so strong that you would just find yourself lost in the song. If you have lost someone very special in life, you would want to go back in the past and set things right. The tunes of violin, sarangi, guitar, keyboard and strokes make the song even more powerful. Hats off!
Jai Mata Di


Last on the album is Jai Mata Di, sung by Sanjay Dutt and Ajay Gogavle (of Ajay-Atul fame). The song starts with Dutt’s powerful vocals, which will give you goosebumps. The actor has attempted to sing in his comeback film and he does a decent job. The musical setting of the song keeps shifting from power to darkness.  
Verdict: Composers Sachin-Jigar have used a smart ploy of using a perfect musical setting in keeping with Bhoomi’s theme, and singers Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Sachin Sanghvi and Sukhwinder Singh have added that spark to the album, also Sanjay Dutt.
We give it 70 out of 100 on the Pinkvilla meter. 

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