Good Newwz Music Review: Akshay Kumar & Team End The Year On A Musical Note!

Let's go through the album and analyze has the songs made any right buzz yet.

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Good Newwz Music Review: Akshay Kumar & Team End The Year On A Musical Note!
Good Newwz Music Review: Akshay Kumar & Team End The Year On A Musical Note!

Good Newwz Music Review: It’s just a couple of days and Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kiara Advani, Diljit Dosanjh will gift their fans good news. Let’s go through the album and analyze has the songs made any right buzz yet.

Chandigarh Mein:
It’s an original track from Tanishk Bagchi and even Karan Johar is shocked as the song starts. With a very groovy chorus and music, this makes up for a good dancing track. Badshah’s rap falls flat but it’s hummable with the entire song as a package.

Sauda Khara Khara:
Probably one of the best recreations Bollywood will ever witness. It’s the innocence of Diljit Dosanjh’s voice and Sukhbir’s ‘seeti-maar’ cameo that this also will be remembered for a long time. The song was a hit since the idea of remaking it was conceived.

Maana Dil:
Despite the movie is titled Good Newwz, a sad song stands out to be the best of all. The claim is a mixture of B Praak’s heart-tearing voice & Rashmi Virag’s touching lyrics. This deserves a great placement in the film and has everything to leave people teary-eyed.

Laal Ghaghra:
It’s almost impossible to stay original with having Tanishk Bagchi on-board. Is it good or bad? This time it’s surely rocking because he chooses Herbie Sahara’s less-hears Laal Ghagra to remake. A good thing he retains the singer and that’s why it still has the groove.

Dil Na Jaaneya:
This is one of the most delightful collaborations in the history of Indian cinema. Lauv, known for its simply quirky songs unites with Rochak Kohli & Akasa Singh for this one. It’s a happy-to-go track backed with feel-good lyrics.

Music Review Rating: 3.5/5


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