Barring Sunidhi’s spirited singing, the rest of Pappi le loon is plain zany, while Bhangra da sajda—and White Noise’s Laaj sharam—is predictably spirited Punjabi wedding dance material. But Sashwat Sachdev drops the bass to great effect in Bass gira de raja, and Aa jao naa, where lyricist Raj Shekhar’s pensive deliberations get a beautifully somber expression from Arijit amidst atmospheric music. Vishal Mishra’s Veere veere is easily the soundtrack’s best – bouncy and instantly likeable. His other song, Dagmag is a competent Amit Trivedi-knockoff. QARAN’s Tareefan is effortlessly catchy, made better by Badshah’s rap. Perfect modern-day Punjabi wedding soundtrack, this!
Keywords: Veere Di Wedding, Sashwat Sachdev, QARAN, Vishal Mishra, White Noise
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