Bollywood Hungama Dream Girl Music Review. Despite the fact that Ayushmann Khurranna’s upcoming film is titled Dream Girl, don’t expect a romantic soundtrack. The reason for this is that, despite the presence of Nushrath Bharucha as the main lady, this Ekta Kapoor and Raaj Shandilyaa film is more of a comedy about a man who imitates the voice of a woman. As a result, one may expect a situational fun score from Meet Bros, who will be accompanied by lyricist Kumaar.
This is also what one gets immediately away when Amit Gupta sings ‘Radhe Radhe,’ a joyful song about the Radha-Krishna love romance. With this song, Ayushmann Khurranna gets into a full-on fun mood, and it’s also his biggest in terms of stage, setting, and canvas. In fact, the way this song is constructed and orchestrated harkens back to the type of music developed by Sajid-Wajid at the turn of the millennium. DJ Harshit Shah provides a terrific remix version of this good foot tapping track.
With Jonita Gandhi and Nakash Aziz letting their hair down and getting together for ‘Dil Ka Telephone,’ there’s even more fun to be had. There are a lot of’masti’ and’mazaa’ in this song, which has a 50s retro flavour to it. This song, in which Ayushmann Khurrana engages in phone chats with his many suitors, is a fun outing with a catchy chorus that sticks with you right away. In fact, it would be a great addition to the film if segments of the song, which also has a DJ Himani Singh remix, appeared at various points throughout the storey.
Mika Singh and Jyotica Tangri team up for the iconic Marathi song ‘Dhagala Lagali,’ making it a hat-trick of fun tunes. This is a foot-tapping tune with no dull moments. It’s instantly appealing and will garner a lot of attention throughout the Maharashtra belt. ‘Dhagala Lagali,’ a vibrant tune with good music arrangements, could easily find its way onto the playlists of DJs in no time.
The tone shifts with ‘Ik Mulaqaat,’ a sufi outing. This song follows in the footsteps of ‘Dekhte Dekhte’ [Phata Poster Nikhla Hero], with Altamash Faridi taking the lead and singing in the style of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. This love number features Palak Muchhal and Altamash, with guest lyricist Shabbir Ahmed contributing. Meet Bros hope to add a contemporary twist to this one by incorporating rock elements as well. Though this one isn’t expected to cover a great deal of ground, it should work nicely as part of the film.
Dream Girl’s music finishes with the obligatory Punjabi ‘desi’ number ‘Gat Gat,’ featuring Jass Zaildar and Khushboo Grewal. The music, once again, has a good foot tapping appeal, ensuring that the joyous mood is maintained. In truth, this is one of those songs that could have been released a bit earlier, as it has the potential to become successful in the future if vigorously promoted.