Haseena Parkar Music Review: Sachin-Jigar and Arijit Singh's album is a mixed bag of romantic and rowdy tunes | PINKVILLA

2020-12-31

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Here’s the music review of Shraddha Parkar and Apoorva Lakhia’s film, Haseena Parkar.





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Haseena Parkar is based on the real-life story of Dawood Ibrahim’s sister Haseena Parkar who took charge of his Mumbai business. Shraddha plays the titular role and her real brother Siddhanth essays the role of Dawood Ibrahim in Apoorva Lakhia’s film. The music has to go with the vibe of this gangster film. 

 
Here’s the music review of Shraddha Parkar and Apoorva Lakhia’s film: 
 
Tere Bina
 
Tere Bina – the very first track of the album is an out and out romantic number. You will fall in love with the soothing vocals by Arijit Singh and Priya Saraiya. If you love someone truly, the song would be pretty much relatable and the best way to enjoy the song is to sit near the window and let the cold breeze brush against your face. If you are a music buff, you would love how intelligently the music composer has done the musical setting with instruments like flute, acoustic guitar, guitar riffs and piano.
Coming to lyrics – Jaise bina haya ke parda ho koi, Jaise bina duaa ke sajda koi, Tere bina – it’s not really strong but the soulful voices by the singers make it a soothing number.
 
Bantai
 
Bantai – a typical Mumbai slang which means ‘Bhai’. The song inherits the same aamchi Mumbai tapori feel. Sung by Divine and Kirthi Shetty, the song is a foot-tapping number and it will slowly grow on you. You would love the tunes of electronic guitar, drums, keyboard and trumpet. It will remind you of the song Aye Ganpat Chal Daru La from Shootout At Lokhandwala.
 


 
Tere Bina (Sad)
 
If you are a person who loves unplugged versions, you would find this better than the original one. The section wherein you can just hear the tunes of piano – you would surely praise the music composer for that. Sung by Priya Saraiya, this version might leave you teary-eyed. 
 
Piya Aa
 
A Gangster movie and item numbers go hand in hand. Piya Aa is a jazzy number sung by Sunidhi Chauhan. If you are a music buff, you would the tunes of saxophone, trumpet, electronic guitars, drums and keyboard. 
 
Verdict: In a nutshell, Sachin-Jigar has tried to make the album co-relate to the theme of the movie. The songs don’t really a recall value, but they do go by the rowdiness of the film. 
 
We give it 60 out of 100 on the Pinkvilla meter. 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 

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