The promos of Gori Tere Pyaar Mein (GTPM) made it very clear what to expect from this film and from it’s music. Looking at the theme and feel of the film it is very predictable what sort of songs album will consist. Vishal and Shekhar have always composed a particular type of music. Listening to their you can always recognize that it’s their song. The composer duo have always received a good response for most of their albums. Their best albums being Om Shanti Om, The Dirty Picture and Balak Palak were something where they pushed themselves a bit and created something different. GTPM is nothing but an extended version of their previous work like Anjaana Anjaani, I Hate Luv Storys, Break Ke Baad, RA.One, Bachna Ae Haseeno etc.

The album has 6 original tracks 2 remixes and 1 mashup which is current favorite among the youth. Mamta Sharma seems to be lucky for all the composers. Every second movie has some or the other song sung by her. Here it is the wedding song Tooh, accompanied by Mika Singh, Shruti Pathak and Vishal Dadlani. The song is a very good dancing number but it’s okay lyrics and decent composition make it an average track. Shalmali Kholgade has a long way to go in the music industry. Even her voice can be herd in many recently released movies. In GTPM she has sung the beautiful village track Chingam Chabake along with the versatile Shanker Mahadevan. This one also makes a good dancing number, it’s average lyrics and composition make it a decent song. Dhat Teri Ki sung by Sanam Puri and Aditi Singh Sharma is just like title track of I Hate Luv Story’s. Same composition, lyrics on the same line even the choreography and set is on the same lines. This song has zero innovation but if you like any sort of party songs you might like this one as well. A romantic comedy is incomplete without a slow romantic number, here it is Naina sung by Kamal Khan and Neeti Mohan. The song is very ordinary and very Vishal Shekhar type romantic number. Dil Duffer is one more romantic track and this one is also very ordinary. Moto Ghotalo in Sukhwinder Singh’s voice makes you scratch your head to visualize this song. But then it is a typical Sukhwinder type song. If you like his songs you will like this one as well.

On the whole GTPM album has nothing new to offer. If you have enjoyed the composer duo previous work, you are in for a treat. The music will connect very well with the current generation for whom it is meant to be, so the composers have succeeded in their mission. Add this to your collection only if you are a huge fan of Vishal-Shekhar else listen it online.

Best Song:Chingam Chabake
Worst Song: Dil Duffer

My Verdict:2/5


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