Its Entertainment, is a movie by Sajid- Farhad with main leads as Akshay Kumar and Tamannah Bhatia. The music is composed by the duo Sachin Jigar (Sachin Sanghvi and Jigar Saraiya). These guys are known to make fearless, fun and incredible music piece having the right desi tadka as their benchmark in the B Town. The soundtrack you discover in the movie comes out with some of the best and incredible masala energy. The lyric writing credit goes to people like Mayur Puri, Ashish Pandit and Priya Panchal. The very first track called Veerey Di Wedding encompasses the spark of Mika and Puri’s wise, which is the amalgamation of fun and Punjabi Tadka making it a perfect Funjabi movie.
One of the most romantic Tera Naam Doon comes as a big surprise in the movie comprising of the Celtic inspired tune coming right at the start. However, it seems to be failing in some way as it didn’t go perfectly. The sound and words being uttered from Atif Aslam seems to come out in somewhat processed fashion though but this time Shalmali Kholgade seems to be doing the right thing. The kids nursery voice is seen coming in a right twist for the dance floor thus making it a very big party song all together. The movie is scheduled to hit the theatres soon in August 2014.
You can find Puri going very much creative with the rhyme’s lines wherein Panchal, Madhavy and Jigar was seen signing out with their heart and soul. You can find the song Teri Mahima Aprampaar with a funjabi element as it was seen with a Punjabi Bhagra riff and rap, though was seen suffering from a very weird kind of clutter element. The words of Ashish Pandit and Anushka Manchanda seemed good thanks to the credibility in singing, however, the ace and known singer Udit Narayan was seen in a tired mode. The song Nahin Who Saamne seems to be a smaller reprise of Tera Naam Doon. Though this song could be seen blending perfectly in the storyline, however, it seemed going weak this time while Atif Aslam failed to lift it up. But thank god, you have a remix called Veerey Di Wedding is seen closing the album with some of the best note.