It is the sequel to 1990 film Ghayal and will continue from where part 1 left off.
Ajay Mehra, after finishing off his life sentence, starts a newspaper called Satyakam. Still dealing with the haunting trauma of losing his loved ones, Ajay manages to make a credible name for himself in investigative journalism. Working with a strange team of RTI activists, ex-criminals and ilk; and even stranger ways of unearthing & presenting truth, Ajay Mehra has earned quite a fan following among the youths, who finds his fearless & unforgiving approach in dealing with all kinds of sociopaths very inspiring.
Director: Sunny Deol Producer:Dharmendra Actors: Sunny Deol, Om Puri, Soha Ali Khan Genre: Action Release Date: 5 February 2016
This action movie is a sequel to the 1990 movie 'Ghayal' starring Sunny Deol as well. Originally planned for release in late 2015, the music isn`t the main focus of the film as it only consists of 2 songs, which is quite unusual... even for an action film. But quality is better than quantity, so let`s find out if this 2 song album has some quality to offer.
The first song is 'Lapak Jhapak', a youthful song for the youth. The song is energetic and with somewhat motivational and rebellious lyrics. Not something to make an impact on the music charts, but entertaining for a lighthearted moment in the movie.
The second song is 'Khuda Hai Tere Andar' which is much more serious. The lyrics are very motivational and make you reflect upon yourself and your life, in a sense of responsibility and if you wish to achieve something. The instrumentals are present, but relatively 'average', but that`s ok since the lyrics are amazing and Arijit of course demands your attention (as he usually does) with his singing. There have been similar songs which offer an amazing melody as well, but this song relies more on the vocals backed with the instrumentals.
Overall this short album won`t be heard much on the radio, but that doesn`t mean you have to dismiss it. Both songs are quite motivational, the first one a bit more playful and the second song is more adult. So if you like 'serious or conscious' music, you may want to save them. In comparison with other albums the rating won`t be as high, considering this isn`t an album like others with numerous songs, catchy tunes, variety of genres and enjoyable for repeat several times, it`s too short for that, but you can easily take the 2 songs and add them to your playlist.
Bollywoodmood`s Choice: Khuda Hai Tere Andar
Rating Explained: - Nice songs (+)
- Good Lyrics (+)
- Only 2 songs (-)