Album opens with the title track sung by Ronit Sarkar. The track begins with a high on electric guitaring giving you a rock feel, which is complimented very well by Ronit Sarkar. But the track that starts off well, goes haywire in the middle thanks to the poor stanzas which make this could be a great track at best, just an average (or even below average) fare.
Mohit Chouhan, the current heartthrob is back with his romanticMac outing 'Man Lafanga', which he does full justice to it. The track has a breezy beautiful feel to it, which works for most of the time for this track. The arrangements are quite minimal yet sufficiate. Soothing to the ears, Mohit Chouhan brings a different dimension to the track overall.
A full on masala track is in the offing as 'Dhatad Tatad' makes its way. Shail Hada and Anushka Manchanda come together for this pacy duet.However the track isnt gripping except for its super musical arrangements. Average at best.
Shilpa Rao is heard after a long time with 'Nain Parindey', probably picturised on Deepika Padukone who plays the role of a blind girl in the movie. This slow track, is woven beautifully by Shilpa Rao, while the lyrics do catch some attention as well. The track stays on to be strictly between above average to good.
Suraj Jagan always assures that the track has got to be a high on enery with high tempo and so turns out to be 'Rang Daalein' which has a rock flavour to it throughout the song. However, nothing helps the song, which stays just poor at best.
While it stays on to be disappointing for most of the time, the end to the album is brilliant as an instrumental theme of over 3 minutes is placed titled 'Born to Fly'. The theme carries an inspiring lift within it, a spirit that has passion and attitude to live life to the fullest. What comes as a beauty, that some of the previous tracks itself are tuned as instrumental in such a way, that you cant help but enjoy this track.
On the whole, Lafangey Parindey stays disappointing and except Man Lafanga and Born to Fly, nothing excites.