10 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Amit Trivedi, Bollywood's go-to progressive music director, crafts an appropriately Punjabi soundtrack for this film about a love triangle set in the winding lanes of Amritsar, the Sikh holy city. He opens strong with the festive folk-hop of "F for Fyaar", then deftly turns contemporaneous Punjabi pop tropes on their head with "Dhayaanchand", cramming traditional dhol beats into the chorus of a club banger. Still, it's quiet stunner "Jaisi Teri Marzi" that steals the show when he transforms Bhanu Pratap Singh's dreamy voice into an earnest harbinger of love.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Amit Trivedi, Bollywood's go-to progressive music director, crafts an appropriately Punjabi soundtrack for this film about a love triangle set in the winding lanes of Amritsar, the Sikh holy city. He opens strong with the festive folk-hop of "F for Fyaar", then deftly turns contemporaneous Punjabi pop tropes on their head with "Dhayaanchand", cramming traditional dhol beats into the chorus of a club banger. Still, it's quiet stunner "Jaisi Teri Marzi" that steals the show when he transforms Bhanu Pratap Singh's dreamy voice into an earnest harbinger of love.

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