Naam Shabana Music Review: Shreya Ghoshal, Sunidhi Chauhan & Rochak Kohli strike the right chord with their tunes | PINKVILLA



Taapsee Pannu’s Naam Shabana is all set to hit the screens on March 31, 2017. The jukebox is out and here’s our music review



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Naam Shabana stars Taapsee Pannu, Manoj Bajpayee, Anupam Kher, Akshay Kumar, Danny Denzongpa, Prithviraj Sukumaran and is helmed by Baby director Neeraj Pandey. It’s a spin-off story of the film, Baby. The film is all set to hit the screens on March 31, 2017. The jukebox is out and here’s our music review:
Tere hathon ki taraf
Mere hathon ka safar
Rozaana, rozaana
Teri ankhon se kahein
Kuch toh meri nazar
Rozaana, rozaana…
The songs starts with tunes of piano and soft guitar riffs and the smooth transition of the two is remarkable. Shreya Ghoshal’s vocals make the song even more soothing to ears. Well, the song does inflict on how a person who is lost in this world of chaos and just that a glimpse of a special one work wonders. The lyrics are penned by Manoj Muntashir and if you are the one who is going through a rough patch in life, well, then the song might leave you teary-eyed. 
Sung by Sunidhi Chauhan, the song works as a motivational anthem for the film. It’s a smart ploy by the music composer Rochak Kohli who has put this song next in the jukebox. From being lost to realizing your potential – the journey is called for and is relatable. We fall and then we get lost in the place where people will judge you or stab your back, but soon we get all the strength to fight all the odds. Zinda hoon abhi, Baaki hoon abhi, Meri har saans mein, Thodi si zindagi hai abhi – it seriously sums up the whole life. For music buffs, the song doesn’t disappoint at all and the arrangement of instruments like keyboard, bass guitar, acoustic guitar and piano does the rest of the job.

Zubi Zubi
The hit formula of remixing the old popular has become the ‘it’ thing and has also worked for Taapsee Pannu’s Naam Shabana too. They have the reprised version of Alisha Chinoy’s Zoo Zoo Zoobie Zooby from the 1987 film Dance Dance. Well, the tadka to the song has made the song even more and will make you tap your feet while sitting in your office. Rochak Kohli and Sukriti Kakar’s vocals adds to the energy level of the song. The tunes of electric guitar and keyboard makes the song a definite dance number. 

Baby Besharam
Well, no offense to the singers, but this song takes the entire jukebox for a ride and you’ll end up thinking that what was need of adding it to the album. But, Jasmine Sandals’ voice is addictive and makes the song bearable. 
Verdit: Well, all the songs work well for the film, but Baby Besharam doesn’t just fit the bill (at least for me). 

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