Music Critic: Goher Iqbal Punn
Film Producer: Bharat Shah
Director: Puja Jatinder Bedi
Starring: Shiney Ahuja and Sayali Bhagat
Music: Sharib Sabri and Toshi Sabri
The controversial actor Shiney Ahuja is making his comeback in Bollywood after his arrest and then release from the rape case with Owl Village Films Pvt. Ltd’s horror flick, ‘Ghost’ opposite Sayali Bhagat, who alleged him and other Bollywood biggies recently of sexual harassment. The film is produced by Bharat Shah and directed by Puja Jatinder Bedi who writes the story and script of the movie as well. The music has been scored by Sharib Sabri and Toshi Sabri. Lyrics are penned by various lyricists such as Kumar, A.M. Turaz and Sandeep Nath. The music has been released by T-Series.
Jalwanuma (Singers: Toshi Sabri and Akram Sabri)
The album starts with Jalwanuma sung by Toshi and Akram Sabri. Both the singers are potentially super and allure the spirits by raising the pleasures to the heights. The chorus in the background in qawali style really appeals to the hearts. The musical instruments attract in particular the drumming stands out among all the instruments. The lyrics are well penned and the composition is spongy.
Aaja Khatam Sabr (Singer: Sunidhi Chauhan)
Sunidhi Chauhan picks up the mike to sing the Aaja Khatam Sabr and she looks sachcharine in her singing. The song is melodious. The lyrics are dashed off well and the musical beats are well arranged. The number is good but not truly hummable.
Salame Salame (Singers: Shaan and Sharib Sabri)
Shaan and Sharib Sabri raise the mood well with their singing of Salame Salame. The singers look classy in their respective singing. The lyrics are good but not that of good standards – the same is the case with music.
Dil Ke Liye (Singer: Javed Ali)
Javed Ali croons the next song of the album cover. The singer is a quality vocalist but why he tries to copy the style of Sonu Nigam and Kumar Sanu in this number, it’s weird? The lyricist seems to be run out of the ink here that he penned mundane lyrics and the composition is just about okay.
Kahan Hai Tu (Singer: Sharib Sabri)
The album concludes with Sharib Sabri’s sung Kahan Hai Tu that has superb rendition by the vocalist. The lyrics hold values and the composition is a class.
The soundtrack of Ghost is melodious except the two songs, which spoil the pleasures. The album may fetch good sales and if some of the songs are promoted well, the film will have the impact of the same upon release.
Overall Rating: 3/5