Mubarakan Music Review: Sonu Nigam, Mika Singh, Vishal Dadlani and Amaal Mallik's album boasts of Punjabi groovy tunes | PINKVILLA



Here’s our music review of Arjun Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Athiya Shetty and Ileana D’Cruz’s Mubarakan.

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Mubarakan is a story of a crazy family and the confusions that prevail in it because of the twins, Karan and Charan, both essayed by Arjun Kapoor and their uncle, Kartar Singh aka Anil Kapoor. The film also features Athiya Shetty and Ileana D’Cruz in the lead roles. Well, going by the genre which is masala comic entertainer, the music has to be groovy and a little on the upbeat side. 

Here’s our music review of Arjun Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Athiya Shetty and Ileana D’Cruz’s Mubarakan:

The Goggle Song

The album of the jukebox starts with a quintessential wedding song – The Goggle Song. Well, now we have something in accordance to the popular Kala Chasma. How should I put it – the song boasts of a pure punjabi flavour – we would, while sitting on a chair and writing this music review, go to Jalandhar (in your dreams, of course) and do some bhangra moves in a proper Punjabi shaadi with all the dhol and nagaras. Sung by  Sonu Nigam, Armaan Malik, Amaal Mallik, Tulsi Kumar & Neeti Mohan, The Goggle is an upbeat number and would surely one of the peppy songs in your playlist. Don’t think too much soniye, Mere sang kamar hila, Tu Goggle paa ke nachi, Toh munda kehnda akhiyan milaa, Tu Goggle paa ke nachi – lyrics by Kumaar add to the funk element to the song. Music composer Amaal Malik has done a great job in terms of setting up the musical setting. Coming to instruments – the song has buffet to offer – dhol, dholak, dhad, keyboard and drums. 


Here comes the title track of the movie – it continues the tradition of a fun number. It’s transfused beautifully with the tunes of some sufi and belle music. The title track might also give you some retro vibes – that typical RD Burman brand of music. Juggy D, Yash Narvekar, Badshah and Sukriti Kakar’s vocals have added that X factor to the song and who can forget to mention the rap by Badshah. Music composers Rishi Rich and Yash Anand have intelligently used this format and it doesn’t disappoint at all. Dhol, Dholak and drums are surely a part, but it’s the tunes of chimta which makes the song even more fun. 

Jatt Jaguar

Sache Badshah Waheguru..Tera naa laike kam karde aa shuru, Charhdi kala vich rehn deyan, Na bura sunde na bura kehne aa – As Arjun Kapoor, in his words, ” My excitement of the song was the alaap in the beginning and it sucks you in.”  It’s so true and will move you. After the alaap ends, begins the party! Vishal Dadlani, Navraj Hans and Apeksha Dandekar have crooned the song and yes, they know how to keep that essence of Punjab’s culture. If you hail from that part of the land, you would understand how the song portrays the correct setting – starts with remembering the ‘sache badshah’ and slowly, you will understand why the title of the song is this way – Jatt Jaguar utte beh ke, Aaya sohni-sohni kudiyan nu laike!

Haathon Mein Thhe Haath

As we say that any Bollywood film is incomplete without a romantic number and here we have Haathon Mein Thhe Haath by Papon, Altamash Faridi, Aditi Singh Sharma and Arpita Mukherjee. Aditi Singh Sharma’s vocals stand out in this romantic number. It’s the only one sad song in an otherwise full-entertainer album full of upbeat numbers. You would relate to the song if you have a complicated love life and are stuck with a lot of things in your life. It’s the instrumental quotient which makes the song that gloomy and sad – acoustic guitar, piano and the tunes of tabla make it worth listening to. 

Hawa Hawa

Here comes the popular track which has already become one of the songs which a DJ will never forget playing in the club – Hawa Hawa. With quirky lyrics by Kumaar and singing by Mika Singh and Prakriti Kakar; and composers Gourov-Roshin’s reworked version has already done the wonders. It’s fun number but there is a point the pace drops and you would feel there is something off beat about the song. But, still, the song manages to make you whistle and dance like no one’s watching. 

Dil Dhadke Louder Louder

This is called a perfect Punjabi chaukedaar tadka. If you have attended a typical Punjabi wedding, you would know about the popular number – Baari Barsi and here we have Dil Dhadke Louder Louder. It’s such a song that will make all your family members dance on a stage. Rinku Giri And Puja Basnet have sung the song and no doubt, this is a truly a Punjabi iconic song. 

Verdict: In a nutshell, singers like Sonu Nigam, Mika Singh, Vishal Dadlani and Amaal Mallik add a perfect Punjabi tadka to Mubarakan’s album. 

We give it 75 out of 100 on Pinkvilla meter. 

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