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Directed by: Navaniat Singh

Produced by: Sunil Lulla, Jimmy Shergill

Story by: Dheeraj Rattan

Starring: Jimmy Shergill, Neha Dhupia

Music by: Jaidev Kumar

Cinematography: Yashaswi Bhargava

Language: Punjabi

Directed by Navniat Singh and starring Jimmy Shergill and Neha Dhupia in lead roles, Rangeelay is a Punjabi Film that combines action, romance and comedy, all ingredients required for it to be a family entertainer. Let us see if the music of this film enhances its performance further.

The album consists of six songs whose music has been composed by Jaidev Kumar.





  Babal Rai


Raati Peeni Daaru

 Mika Singh


Tera Bina Din Mere

 Feroz Khan


Yaara Tu

 Ashim Kemson, Shipra Goyal


Dil De Kutte

 Jashan Singh



 Nishawan Bhullar and Simran  Tripat


Dil De Kutte

 Sonu Nigam


Album Analysis:

1. Rangeelay:

This song is reminiscent of the track from Dev D ‘emotional atyachar’ mainly for its opening music. Sung by Babal Rai there is nothing very great or foot-tapping in this. Even though fast paced it is not exactly very entertaining and for a title track it does not do much.

2) Raati Peeni Daaru:

Mika Singh’s all too familiar voice initially promises some fun but after a while becomes monotonous since the neither the tempo nor the music has many variations and after a while just sort of falls flat.

3) Tere Bina Din Mere:

The opening notes of this song are very sweet and melodious and Feroz Khan’s voice complements this track well but somehow does not sound new or unique , more like the tried and tested romantic tracks we hear today. The lyrics are nice though.

4) Yaara Tu:

A pleasant song with good vocals by Ashim Kemson. A tad too slow but might appeal to quite a few people. Shipra Goyal’s voice sounds very mesmerizing though quite brief.

5) Dil De Kutte:

The Punjabi style of singing is a unique and vibrant form and easily recognizable. This song is quite nice and the lyrics sound kind of quirky with a fun and chill out kind of a feel to it . Probably one of my favourites in the album.

6) Boliyaan:

A fast paced typical Punjabi song. Nishawan Bhullar and Simran Tripat lend their wonderful voices to this upbeat song which will probably a hit at weddings.

7) Dil De Kutte:

This version is sung by Sonu Nigam and that is the only difference between this version and the other one and as a matter of personal preferences go I prefer the one sung by Jashan Singh.

The album does not have too many great tracks or unique music that stands out . Hopefully it blends well with the picturization and the movie’s storyline.

Picks of the album: Dil De Kutte, Yaara Tu

Album Verdict: Nothing spectacular, just average.

Rating: ★★★★★☆☆☆☆☆