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    Dil Bole Hadippa!  (2009 - Hindi)

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    Dil Bole Hadippa! cumulative music rating: 5 out of 10

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    • Dil Bole Hadippa! music rating: 4 out of 10(Vinayak wrote on Nov 11 2009 7:14PM)

      The album kicks off with its title song ' Hadippa'. Mika is at the helm of this full on Punjabi number and does his job quite well. Pritam manages to create one rocking fun filled Punjabi song which will surely catch up on You. There is a remix version that features later in the album, which even has Sunidhi Chauhan as a vocalist along with Mika, is quite spunky and very suiting for the discos!

      Next comes , Discowale Khisko , which disappoints right away and spoils the mood set up by the first track . The only good thing about the song is the line 'Discowale Khisko, desi beat bajaani'. This one is so below average in terms of both music and lyrics . KK doesnt impress any bit in the vocals along with Sunidhi Chahuhan. There is a remix version for this one too, which just gets poorer!

      The best track comes in the form of 'Ishq Hi Hai Rab'. Sung by Sonu Niigaam & Shreya Ghoshal, this song is basically about loving our nation and how homesick it makes us when we go far away from it. Pritam has done a commendable job here at creating a soothing soft song!

      Now here definitely comes a bogus track in the form of 'Bhangra Bistar'. Vocals by Alisha Chinoy & Sunidhi Chauhan, and rap by Hard Kaur, this song is a full on dance number, but hardly does it impress you to be a foot tapping number! Overall a really poor composition and song!

      When you have just got over a poor song, comes a far more poorer song, Gym Shim. Crap to say the least, this song is just hopeless. 'Joshilay', the guest composer and singer of the song, doesnt get quite well here!

      On the whole, Pritam does give a good track or two, but fails to achieve the mark, the standard that he and Yash Raj Films are usually known for!

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      Vinayak Chandra

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