The complete soundtrack of Banjo is out now. The album has six songs. The music is composed by the duo Vishal-Shekhar and lyrics of all the songs have been penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya. Let’s have a detailed look at Banjo music review below-
A thumping festival song celebrating Ganpati Bappa Morya sung by Vishal Dadlani. With Ganesh Chaturthi just around the corner, this song will surely be a huge hit thanks to it’s energetic beats and Vishal’s energy. Rashid Bashir Khan gets it on the Banjo.
2. Udan Choo
The second song is a love ballad sung by Hriday Gattani. It’s a simple love song with a 60’s feel to it. With minimum arrangements involved, Hriday’s sweet voice and the melody make the song very likeable.
Rada is the perfect dance club number with an earthy feel, sung by Vishal Dadlani, Nakash Aziz and Shalmali Kholgade. This song has the perfect ‘Mumbaiya’ feel to it!
4. Pee Paa Ke
Vishal Dadlani and Nakash Aziz get together once again for Pee Paa Ke, another high-on-energy number. Vishal has tried to give his best by putting the rock aside, still the song is not as impressive as Rada.
5. Rehmo Karam
Rehmo Karam is the quintessential emotional number. Though the melody is quite typical, Ajay Gogavale voice gives a different depth to the song and makes you feel the pain!
6. Om Ganapataye Namaha Deva
The album ends with another ode to Ganpati Bappa in Om Ganapataye Namaha Deva. This song has quite a different tone than the typical Bappa songs. Nakash Aziz‘s vocals and Vishal Dadlani‘s rap combine to bring out a whole new flavour and it turns out to be quite melodious.
Here is the complete jukebox of Banjo-
Banjo Music Review and Soundtrack: Our Final Verdict- Vishal and Shekhar have given a very powerful album after a long time. They have used Banjo very beautifully in the songs and we love the outcome. Banjo will definitely turn out to be a musical treat. Our pick of the lot are Bappa, Rada and Rehmo Karam. Our Rating: 3.5 Stars