`RSVP` music review: Peppy and entertaining

Updated: Oct 07, 2013, 10:17 AM IST

Director Vijay Kumar Arora`s forthcoming romantic drama ‘Ronde Saare Vyah Picho (RSVP)’ is replete with fun and entertaining songs. It`s certainly for the masses.

The first track is ‘RSVP’title song. Sung by Jaspreet Jasz, the peppy number is perfect as the introductory song of the movie. The mixing in the song is impressive. The female rapping is done by Nikita and she sounds as happening as Jaspreet. This one may not be essentially a performance number, but perfect for free style dance.

Then comes "Aibo". Singers Lambar Hussain and Tarranum Malik add fun to the song with their vibrant voices. The track has typical dhol beats and is based on the word "Aibo", a common term used while flying kites.

"DJ waale veera" is well composed song and singer G-Deep croons the celebrations song. Don`t be surprised if it goes on to become a must-have song during Punjabi weddings. In short, a complete entertainer.

Next is "Tu vi ni", the only slow number in the album. Sung by Navraj Hans, it is a romantic song and the composition is beautiful. Ideal for those who enjoy soothing music.

One might think that "Channa ve" is a fast paced boyish track. But singer Sandeep Bankeshwar gives soft rendition and the beautiful melody makes it an amazingly soothing song. A sad song, it expresses the emotion of the male character who is missing his lover.

Then there is "Manno". The song starts with electric beats and it has rap, style and class. This one can be a favourite for the Punjabi youth. The rap in the song has international feel to it and might become popular among men folk.

The album also has "Kudi on fire", a fun dance number sung by G-Deep. The track has peppy beats that woo dance lovers.

The best thing about songs of ‘Ronde Saare Vyah Picho’ is the length of the tracks. They are short, crisp and high on entertainment quotient. Punjabi music lovers must listen to all the tracks as the album offers something for every mood.

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