“Dabangg 2” is one of the most-awaited films of 2012. Normally all of Salman Khan’s films release during Eid but this time around Salman is making an exception. The film is all set for a release on the 21st of December. It stars Sonakshi Sinha opposite Salman and has Kareena do an item number replacing Malaika Arora Khan of “Dabangg”.
The music of this film has been released. It has been composed by the duo Sajid-Wajid. The album of this film consists of five songs and three remixes. The songs have been composed by 3 different lyricists.
The first song in the album is “Dagabaaz re”, which is a romantic number quite in sync with “Tere mast mast do nain” from “Dabangg” (2010). Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Shreya Ghoshal have lent their voice to this melodious song.
“Pandeyjee seeti” is sung by Wajid, Shreya Ghoshal and Mamta Sharma. The song features Malaika Arora Khan and Sonakshi other than Salman and sounds like a follow-up of “Humka peeni hain”. It is not one of the best tracks of this album but nevertheless works.
“Fevicol se” is emblematic of any raw song but what sets it apart is that it features Kareena Kapoor who has never been seen in this avatar. The lyrics are crude, as it is supposed to be that, and innovative and has a catchy tune and thus will work wonders. This song works up in the space of “Munni Badnaam”. Mamta Sharma gives the Bhojpuri feel to this song, and is supported by Keerthi Sagathia and Wajid. This song also has a remix version which too sounds good.
“Saanson ne” is a detour from the other set of songs in the album. It is a romantic number again with Sonu Nigam and Tulsi Kumar lending their voice. However, the duet is not able to move the listeners and thus is a disappointment.
“Dabangg reloaded” is in the lines of “Hud hud dabangg”. The song manages to create a stir and set the mood for the film. The voice for the song has been lent by Sukhwinder Singh. This song too has a remix version which does not create any impact on the listeners.
The “Dabangg” album
is quite a success with most of the songs working with the audiences. The remix
versions are a disappointment though, but with this being a Salman Khan film,
the album is sure to become a hit.