Saif Ali Khan, Ileana D'Cruze starer Happy Ending Songs: Online Video Songs of Happy Ending movie with details, Review and Rating
Shot under the drenching rain and across the sea shore, the lyrics of the song are thoughtful. The lyrics and beats create an aura together which make you sense what was intended to. Embellished with two different female voices, the song has come up well. The saxophone piece in between also remarkably adds its presence in the number.
Paaji Tussi Such A Pussycat
Usually when a star holds the guitar in his hands, he looks a rock-star, but if you try to find it in this song, sorry. But still it creates a mood to perk you up. Saif Ali Khan's look is doing justice with the song. His specs to red guitar to socks, and his hat on beard, everything works to remember his look. However, the participation of brilliantly penned lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya has made this getting the attention. The music refreshes the mood.
Jaise Mera Tu
Beautifully played strings in beginning! It is tough to find out what appeals in this love-song, but an ordinarily weaved song seems pleasant to the ears. When tried to probe the song, the two things came in light! First, whatever magic this song sprinkles, it is because of the blend of rock and classical instruments. Second, whatever soul this song reflexes, the credit goes to two singers, Arijit Singh and Priya Saraiya.
G Phaad Ke
Watching Govinda dancing in full mood appeases in this song. The way he has enjoyed in it, this makes you jump your legs and leaves a wish to steal some masti from him. He has undeniably overpowered Saif and Ileana. If talk about (only) audio part, this party song does its job nicely.
Again, the beginning music piece at once catches the attention. The lyrics enters and the overlapped beats still maintain a pace. But when the track moves to get some rock beats, it disappoints that why those beats hid, though they peak time-to-time. You want to enjoy but the lyrics Khamma Ghani with rock instruments doesn't let you do so. The composition got ruined because of mismatch with lyrics as one portion give a glimpse of a Rajasthani folk. The tone of Sajan Beliya in the end could have gone with the that.
Haseena Tu Kameena Mein
Haseena Tu Kameena Mein is a cool but-not-entertaining song that describes the character of Saif as flamboyant writer Yudi.
The Bottom Line: Music Review of Happy Ending Album
No song let you say a sheer disappointment. Somewhere music appeases you, and on other places lyrics make your mood. But no song marks its presence with chances of becoming one of your favorite too. They surely are one-time-hear songs. Some may find place in a long-drive playlist too, but you don't find any of them to remember again and again. Surprisingly, despite the album successfully secures its place in your heart and deserves 2 stars.