Noor Music Review: Amaal Malik, Armaan Malik, Kumaar and Manoj Muntashir strike the right chord | PINKVILLA

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The filmmakers of Sonakshi Sinha’s Noor have finally released their jukebox. Read on to know about our review.





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Noor is about a journalist played by Sonakshi Sinha who is goofy and yet a hard working professional. The story narrates the journey of Noor. Keeping up with the plot, the songs should be a little up on energy and even depict the downfall of a journalist. The film is set to release on April 21, this year. 
 
The filmmakers of Sonakshi Sinha‘s Noor have finally released their jukebox and here’s our music review:
 
Uff Yeh Noor
 
Dil ye nikamma.. baaz na aaye, Ulte sulte.. pench ladaye 
Ajab gazab hai iske tevar, Zara zara si baat lekar, Kare tamashe macha de yeh halla..Uff yeh Noor.. wallah
 
Uff Yeh Noor, sung by Armaan Malik and composed by Amaal Malik, is a fun number and has breezy feel to it. Sitting in office, you will go back to your college times (at least I went back), thanks to Armaan’s vocals. You would love how it starts with tunes of guitar, piano and claps and then the song will pick up the pace. The best part was when there is section of electronic guitar and it just makes you dance and travel places. The lyrics by Manoj Muntashir will give you an insight to Noor’s character – ziddi, nakchidi, aankhon mein gussa bhara hai. 
 
Gulabi 2.0 
 
Here comes the much-hyped song of the album, Gulabi 2.0! Amaal Mallik, Tulsi Kumar & Yash Narvekar’s vocals keep the energy level of the song high till the time song ends. Well, remixing has become a trend and this song has joined the bandwagon. Gulabi 2.0 is yet another version of the hit song Gulabi Aankhein from the 1970 film, The Train. Keyboard and bass guitar keep the tempo level high to a level that you just want to dance like no one is watching you. It might become one of the popular tracks being played in the clubs, thanks to the bass!
 


 
Jise Kehte Pyaar Hai 
 
Badla nahi hain kuch bhi, Yoonhi khamakha, Koi toh hai wajah suno, Tehri hoon main toh chalta jaaye rasta, Jaadu hai har jagah suno
 
A Bollywood movie without a romantic song is incomplete and here we have Jise Kehte Pyaar Hai from Noor. Just play this song and go for a long drive and just sing the song at the top of your voice with your loved one. We assure you won’t regret it. Piano, electronic guitar and keyboard does rest of the job. Sukriti Kakar’s vocals make it for a soothing number and you wouldn’t mind listening to the song on a loop. 

 
Hai Zaroori 
 
If you have fallen love, heartbreak is next in line! It is not us who are saying it, but the pattern of Bollywood movies. Noor is heartbroken in this song. Is it the musical setting or Prakriti Kakar’s voice – you’ll land up being teary-eyed. And if you are going through a breakup, the song is a NO NO (just a suggestion)! Manoj Muntashir’s lyrics do wonders for the songs. For the music buffs, the song has a buffet of instruments to offer – guitar, piano, violin, bass guitar and a dash of drums. The last section where the song ends on the tunes of saxophone and piano is just beautiful. 
 
Gulabi Redux 
 
After listening to Gulabi 2.0, you would scratch your heads wondering how Amaal has used his intelligence to fit Tulsi Kumar’s vocals with Yash Narvekar and the result is just magnificent. 
 
Verdict: In a nutshell, Amaal Malik has used a smart move to put both the platter of instruments and singers and the jukebox surely works for Sonakshi Sinha’s Noor. 
 
We give it 70 out of 100 on Pinkvilla meter.

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