A folk song, which make you wonder if
we have run-out of tunes as this gives
an ‘already heard that’ feel.
Hrishikesh Kamerkar and Hamsika Iyer’s
cute singing make the song work to an
extent. A decent track.
A devotional song sung by Yash Narvekar
and Hrishikesh Kamerkar starts off well
but the high beats rhythm just doesn’t
make you sway god’s way. Justin-
Uday tries too hard to impress with this.
Dhoop ke sikkae
The best song of the album is a song written
on the young who are dragged to terrorism.
An exceptional song with lyrics by Prasoon
Joshi exudes simplistic brilliance. Shankar
–Ehsaan –Loy has rendered
music for this soft-rock song with Shankar
Mahadevan rendering the vocals ably supported
by Anushka Mani - the best song of the
KK’s voice and Sandesh Sandilya’s
music make this Gulaon Mein version really
upbeat but the song seems to be inspired
from an old Bollywood song, they only
try hard to make it different with the
extra instrument usage. Quite decent track
which did have potential, except for the
déjà vu feeling.
cry of pain comes out as a poetic rendition,
with almost minimalistic usage of music
instrument. This little poem is not recommended
for normal listening. Surely while at
the theatres it would have an impact but
when you are in a car or with your headphone
on trying to do your job at the same time
this is not recommended at all.
Rao’s voice fits the song quite
well, but this definitely is not suitable
for continuous hearing. Hopefully this
shouldn’t be an item number trying
to find a place in such a hard hitting
Masakalli fame Mohit Chauhan sings this
serene version of Gulaon mein composed
by Justin-Uday. The song is quite easy
on ears with Mohit’s voice making
Overall Sikandar has its moments but except
for the 'Dhoop ke sikkae' number the other
songs are not something which could be
cherished over years. So do the math and
think twice before planning to invest
in this album.