Banjo Music Review Vishal-Shekhar: Riteish Deshmukh & Nargis Fakhri

Banjo Music Review Vishal-Shekhar: Riteish Deshmukh & Nargis Fakhri :- Banjo is a film that will star Riteish Deshmukh in a very different never seen before avatar in the Bollywood. Nargis Fakhri plays the female lead in the directorial of Marathi filmmaker Ravi Jadhav. The film’s story revolves around the struggle of a local banjo player and his friends that manage to reach the stage of a huge musical contest to compete among elites, so the movie has a lot of music.

Banjo Music Review

Banjo Music Review


To bring the good luck the first song of the album is an ode to Lord Ganesha, and it is as dynamic as we know any Ganpati songs we have heard in Hindi movies are full of positive energy. And Ganesh Chaturthi is coming which is the coincidental plus of the movie’s album. Vishal Dadlani has worked on the spirit of the song to make it energetic one.

Udan Choo

Udna Choo is an amazing romantic number, as it has the 60’s touch with the Mumbai beat. Hriday Gattani chants Udan Choo with full of conviction to make it attractive and soulful for the audiences.


Rada is a classic fun verse, fitted to Vishal Dadlani’s strengths. Rada will surely give you a groovy feel in the Mumbaiya style. In fact, every song on the album will give u feel like they are made especially for Mumbaiyas. Rada may start on some common note, but at the end of the song, you will find it grooving. Nakash Aziz and Shalmali Kholgade lent their voice to add a magical flavor to Vishal’s song.

Pee Paa Ke

Vishal Dadlani and Nakash Aziz return for another fun outing in Pee Paa Ke. Though not as good as Rada, Pee Paa Ke will still make you invest in the song thanks to the rambunctious beats and the singers have a whale of a time here. Will definitely look good on screen. And yes, Mumbai gets mentioned again.

Om Ganapataye Namaha Deva

The album started with an ode so the album should also end with an ode that is as special as the first one. But this song is mixed with the English rap with the fusion of Ganpati bhajan. The song is quite impressive in the voice of Vishal-Shekhar.

Tell us in the comment section below which one is your favorite.