Great Grand Masti Music Review- The songs are all full of 'Masti'!
Great Grand Masti Music Review- The songs are all full of 'Masti'!

The soundtrack of Great Grand Masti is out and it has a total of four songs. The music of the tracks is given by a number of composers including Sanjeev Darshan, Shaarib, Toshi and Superbia. The lyrics are written by Kumaar, Manoj Yadav and Sameer Anjaan. Here is our Great Grand Masti music review-

1. Teri Kamar Ko

Teri Kamar Ko is the title track of the movie and it is an ode to the original ‘Masti’ track. In the voices of Sanjeev Rathod, Darshan Rathod and Kanika Kapoor, it is an ideal song we expected as the titled track. It’s hummable and the tune will stick in your minds for a long time.

2. Resham Ka Rumaal

Composers Shaarib and Toshi have recreated the revamped version of the classic folk song Reshaam Ka Rumaal in the voices of singers Toshi Sabri and Soniya Sharma. The lyrics have been penned by Manoj Yadav. Though this rendition gets a bit boring with time and is nowhere as good as the original.

3. I Wanna Tera Ishq

Sung by Shivranjani Singh and Shivangi Bhayana with the lusty lyrics of Kumaar, I Wanna Tera Ishq is the third song from Great Grand Masti. The music of the song is composed by Sanjeev Darshan. Now this number is really catchy and addictive and it will no doubt be a big hit.

4. Lipstick Laga Ke
The trio Superbia comprising of Shaan, Gourov Dasgupta and Roshin Balu have come up with the Lipstick Laga Ke in the voices of Shaan and Payal Dev. Shaan surprises us with his rap, which is quite good. A good composition.

Here’s the complete audio jukebox of Great Grand Masti-

Great Grand Masti Music Review: Our Final Verdict- The complete soundtrack of Great Grand Masti is perfect for an adult comedy. There are not a lot of songs, just four to keep the audience engaged and they bare decent songs too. Our pick of the lot would be Teri Kamar Ko and I Wanna Tera Ishq.

Our Rating: 2.5 Stars

Also read: Great Grand Masti release date preponed to 15th July!

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