Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Boss: Music Review

So I had downloaded the songs of Boss like a week ago, but they lay there dormant in my hard disc as I was too occupied in studies and also in preparing for a competition. While chilling out a bit in college, I and my friend went to YouTube to check out some of the competition related videos, and the small thumbnails at the side caught my attention.

The work lay at the side, and we went on to see several movie trailers including Boss, Besharam, and Dhoom 3. We did reach to our early opinions of the films, but what attracted me was the one of the songs in the trailer of Boss.

On reaching home, I rushed to listen to all of the songs of Boss and I was surprised. Starring Akshay Kumar, the trailer does give me a faint idea that this film is a dhamaal film, with stunts which would never happen ever in real-life. And that gave me hint of the type of music I was in. But...

The name Arijit Singh attracted me first to the song ‘Har Kisi Ko” which has been adapted from the song from Jaanbaaz, whose music directors were the legendary Kalyanji Anandji. There are two versions of the same song, with different singers, but the tune remains the same and so does the music.

Next was the song which my friend had mentioned to me while seeing the trailer: “Hum Na Tode”. Now that song is another adaptation from a Tamil song which everyone must be familiar with, Apdi Pode Pode. Sung by Vishal Dadlani, this new song does feature on the exact tune of the Tamil song.

The other song which interested me was “Party All Night”. Punctuated by Yo Yo Honey Singh’s rap, the song uses some words which would rather not be taken here (you can read up the lyrics via A good tune, and fast beats do seem good to me, and I guess it will take the teen audience completely.

The other songs of the album seemed pretty good as well, and they are the title track, which is sung by Yo Yo Honey Singh, and “Pitah Se Hai Tera Naam”, which is sung by Sonu Nigam. The common singers in both these songs are the trio of Meet Bros Anjjan and they do well as well.

In my opinion, this album is a good past time and you could enjoy it for a week. Well, that’s what I think, and this opinion is based on the albums coming up, like Krrish 3. Hope to come back with a review on that as well.

You can read my other song reviews here.


  1. Hmm.... lets see whether Krrish 3's music turns out good as well... :)

    1. Ya..that will be something to see..
      Keep visiting..:)

  2. party all night is kk kk....!!
    n as usual honey singh rap..!!
    he's bcum a star..!!
    widout him....a bollywood rock song seems incomplete..!!

    1. Yaa he is famous now...but I find all the tunes of his songs to be same...!!

    2. yup...similar rather...!!
      bt he's famous nw...!!
      nw even if he sings shit...its gonna b a hit..!!