Producer : Sohail Khan, Sunil Lulla

Director : Sohail Khan

Story : A R Murugadoss

Screenplay : Dhilip Shukla

Music : Sajid-Wajid, Devi Sri Prasad, Amal Mallik

Background Score : Sandeep Shirodkar

Cinematography : Santosh Thundiyil

Editing : Harsh Tiwari

Distribution : Eros International

Salman Khan starrer “Jai Ho” is an action-drama directed by Sohail Khan. It is said to be the biggest opener of 2014. The other actors include Manoj Tyagi, Daisy Shah, Tabu , Sabreesh ,Ashmit patel. The story is based on the Telugu film “Stalin”.

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Baki Sab First Class Hai ★★★☆☆

Singers : Wajid

Music: Sajid-Waid

Lyrics : Sajid, Irfan Kamal, Danish Sabri

The album kicks off with the energetic number, sung by Wajid himself. The track is pretty ordinary and has nothing special in terms of tunes and music . The lyrics are satirical and depict the current state of the country, aimed at capturing the theme of the movie. Wajid’s singing is monotonus and musically, it’s a big let down with repetitive tunes from Sajid-Wajid that is very high on dhol beats. Just Masala , No taste !!

Tere Naina Maar Hi Daalenge ★★★★☆

Singers : Shaan, Shreya Ghoshal,Shadab Fardi

Music: Sajid-Wajid

Lyrics : Sameer Anjaan

The album moves ahead with the romantic number Tere Naina. Sung effortlessly by Shaan and Shreya Ghoshal with a small sense of repose by Shadab, this track is probably the best song in the entire album.The lyrics add more charm to this lovely soothing melody. But a kind of similarity can be drawn to the duo-composer’s song “Saamne hai savaare” from Bullet Raja. A cherry on the cake !!

Photocopy ★★★☆☆

Singers : Himesh Rehsamiya,Keerthi Sagathia,Palak Mucchal

Music : Sajid-Wajid

Lyrics : Kausar Munir

A Gujarati mass dance number with the starting hook up tune being catchy and when Himesh Reshammiya sings in his own with his inimitable style. The lyrics are a mix of Gujarati & Hindi words , but just doesn’t infer any situational meaning . Look out for Salman dancing on this fun dance track.

Tum Ko Aana Hi Tha★★★½☆

Singer : Armaan Mallik, Marianne D’Cruz Aiman, Altamash Faridi

Music : Amal Mallik

Lyrics : Shabbir Ahmed

A neat and shortie ,Tum Ko Aana Hi Tha , Sung by newcomer Armaan Mallik (Nephew of Anu Malik). It’s a soothing ballad number ,interspersed with some English lyrics. The flute and other western instruments perform in a poised manner and make this song worth listening.

Nacho Re★★☆☆☆

Singer : Ujjayinee

Music: Devi Sri Prasad

Lyrics : Devi Sri Prasad

DSP appears here a guest composer and leaves out from the mind,the same way. After Ready , he should perhaps deliver a good mix of music , but it earns the name “Most disappointing song in the

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Jai Jai Jai Ho★★★½☆

Singers : Wajid, Armaan Mallik, Brijesh Shandilya, Amal Mallik

Music : Amal Mallik

Lyrics : Shabbir Ahmed

Sung by Wajid and Armaan Mallik, leaves a fine impression, though it arrives late in the album-cover. This song has a fine use of melody and superlative lyrics. Amal Malik has achieved a pie, with this track and singing by his brother Armaan & Wajid , alleviates the mood further.

Love you till the end★★★☆☆

Singer : Armaan Mallik

Music : Amal Mallik

Lyrics : Armaan Maalik

An House Mix version , sung by Armaan Malik in a uncompromising fashion ,is quite appreciable and he handles it with his mature rendering. This song may seem to fall out of place in the, but as a track , it stands tall.

Picks of the album Tere Naina, , Tum Ko Aana Hi Tha, Love You Till The End ,Jai Jai Jai Jai Ho

Bottomline – The songs for the film Jai-Ho , composed by three people having different blend in and out. Amongst them, only Amal Mallik seems to be admiring , while the experienced ones lag behind , strictly blowing off some serious steam in the name of providing a neat ,quality music. The film is ably supported with freshness , but fights too hard to obtain the word “Perfect”.

Album Rating: ★★★★★★½☆☆☆