A Flying Jatt Music Review : Tiger Shroff’s superhero flick is a chartbuster score : Whole Summer we lived through the magical world of Hollywood superheroes and if you guys are feeling bored of them then here is a twist for you, this is the time to experience the joyous world of the Indian superhero.Remo D’souza has directed A flying Jatt that has Tiger Shroff as the Superhero with some super powers and the hottie girl Jacqueline Fernandez essays the role of female lead, also Kay Kay Menon and Nathan Jones will be seen as the villains.
The album is out now and we are here to take you on the go.
Another Punjabi track this summer to soar some more heat with full on swag, the title song of A Flying Jatt is a sure treat to shake your leg on the floors. Tanishkaa, Mansheel Gujral and Raftaar make the number a peppy one.
Toota Jo Kabhi Taara
All the new birds in the Tinsel town get ready to swoon in the wondrous voice of Atif Aslam the King of Romance. This is the time to lost in the spell of romance with Toota Jo Kabhi Taara. Atif Aslam nailed it again with the lady Sumedha Karmahe. The song is sprightly and enchanting, and the vocalists balanced each other commendably to give the verse a love ballad like touch.
Atif Aslam lent his vocals to the album for the second time with Khair Mangda. A blue song, maybe comes at the point when Flying Jatt is thrashed by Nathan and our superhero prays for the peace, Khair Mangda is packed with enough emotions and sadness to make the precise impression. You can say that it is the best song of the album.
The album has a change in the tone once again, as an exciting song Bhangda Pa just after blue song Khair Mangda. It’s a rather energetic song in the voice of Vishal Dadlani, Divya Kumar and Asees Kaur.
Beat Pe Booty
This is the one that made everybody groove their booty on the beats of this verse. Beat Pe Booty has all the components of a lively chartbuster. Sachin-Jigar, Vayu and Kanika Kapoor’s playful voice will let us forget the little flaws. The song is already rocking the charts, and it deserves to be that.
Raj Karega Khalsa
You have heard this chant during the trailer when Tiger Shroff begins to train seriously for combating with the villain, and when he fighting him probably in the climax. The sentiment is strong in this one, and Daler Mehndi and Navraj Hans’s energetic singing makes you invest in the song. Will look good on screen when the hero takes on the villain.
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