The greatest, most resonant find of the Baar Baar Dekho soundtrack is vocalist Jasleen Royal. Her voice is, hands down, the best part of the whole soundtrack. Be that as it may, more on that later.This six-tune soundtrack is a blended pack of various kinds, which incorporates the quintessential wedding tune (Nachde Ne Saare), the quintessential party tune (Kaala Chasma) and the quintessential tune to cry over (Khair Mangdi). How about we simply say Baar Baar Dekho's soundtrack is a well thoroughly considered one, and it demonstrates that there's nothing amiss with the "quintessentials" of the world. There's something to make a wide range of audience members cheerful, including the exceptionally expensive one (yours really).
We should simply get 'Kaala Chasma' off the beaten path. The keep going melody on the collection, and perhaps the end credits tune in the film too, this 2000s repeat works extremely well with the Dharma Productions current collection. It's an expansion of 'Kar Gayi Chull' for all handy purposes.Baar Baar Dekho is the sort of album that brings together different composers, song writers and creates a unique soundtrack that serves more as an amalgamation, and less like songs for the sake of songs. For that, it deserves due accolades. Now if only we can stop adding forgettable songs into the list. Dariya is one such track. There's nothing wrong Arko's composition, or his voice, but overall this is the least memorable track in the album.
'Nachne De Saare' is just a lot of fun; I can imagine it being played in elaborate Sangeets and catching on like Queen's 'London Thumakda' or 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' 'Banno Tera Swagger'. Meanwhile, 'Teri Khair Mandgi' is an original 2011 number by Pakistani singer Bilal Saeed, and it falls into the category of really catchy "sad songs". Like 'Bin Tere Sanam' or 'Tu Hi Meri Shab', it has the same intensity and Saeed's voice is refreshing for a generation that was poisoned with Atif Aslam's tone-deafness (clearly I'm biased).Alright, first the awful news. A large portion of the melodies from the Baar Dekho collection are a decent one time tune in. I question i'd recall 'Nachne De Saare', 'Sau Aasman' or "Dariya" on the off chance that you get me up at 3 am and ask me what I did today.
The uplifting news is, both 'Khair Mangdi' and 'Kaala Chasma' are great picks. I'm not certain who's thought it was to pick these two numbers, and how it fits into the bigger plot of the film, however they are humm-capable tunes that won't be overlooked tomorrow.And afterward there's the delightful 'Kho Gaya Hum Kahaan' which reclaims everything fair about Baar Dekho's sountrack. Much obliged to you Jasleen and Prateek.