Vaani & Ranveer at 'Befikre' trailer launch
Rani Mukerji at North Bombay Sarbojanin Durga Puja
On the sets: Dwayne Bravo in 'Jhalak Dikhla Jaa'
Big B celebrates his 74th b'day
Jennifer Winget at 'Beyhadh' show launch
Manoj Bajpayee promoting 'Saat Uchakkey'
 Latest popular Songs

    Critic Ratings

    Dabangg review by Hindustan Times
    Dabangg critic rating (Hindustan Times): 3
    Dabangg review by
    Dabangg critic rating ( 2.5
    Dabangg review by
    Dabangg critic rating ( 4.5
    Dabangg review by Times of India
    Dabangg critic rating (Times of India): 4
    Dabangg review by DNA India
    Dabangg critic rating (DNA India): 3.5

    Club Members

    Music review of

    Dabangg  (2010 - Hindi)

    Dabangg cumulative rating: 4.1 out of 54.1/5 (109 users)

    Dabangg cumulative music rating: 7 out of 10

    My Rating

    • Vigourous Enough To Excite

      Dabangg music rating: 0 out of 10(Anonymous wrote on Aug 26 2010 9:57AM)

      Is Dabangg going to be Salman’s next Wanted? I don’t know, but I’m sure the movie will rock even if it’s half as good as Wanted. Salman Khan has been successful with masala flicks and Dabangg is expected to be another feather on his hat. Well, how the movie fares is something we’ll wait and see, first, let’s take a look at its music, composed by Sajid Wajid.

      The album begins with Tere Mast Mast Do Nain, a soulful romantic number crooned by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. A wonderfully melodious track, it kicks the album off on a perfect note.

      Next up is Munni Badnaam, the item number featuring Malaika Arora Khan. Mamta Singh and Aishwarya sing the song. I’m not a big fan of item numbers, they’re obviously more fun to watch then listen to. Munni Badnaam is quite fun though, it has raunchy lyrics with mentions of famous Bollywood actresses.

      Chori Kiya Re Jiya is another romantic number. Behind the vocals of this one are Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghosal. However, this one doesn’t make much of an impression.

      The other two original numbers of the album are Humka Peeni Hai, a folk-based track sung by Wajid and Hud Hud Dabangg, sung by Sukhwinder. Now, both of these tracks are awesome numbers. They’re going to rock the movie; they’re typical Sallu style numbers – bold and brash. Salman fans are going to go nuts over these two tracks.

      The album also features four remixes and one instrumental Dabangg theme. All in all, the music of Dabangg has got enough vigour to make anyone look forward to the movie even more.

      Review by:


      Location: NA, India

      Friends: 0Clubs: 0

      My recent posts: Handcuff music review, Bhalobasar Rajprasade music review(view all posts)


    Is this review useful?

    • +1
    • -0

    Write a comment