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Bittoo Boss AlbumHindi music of Bittoo Boss was written and composed by Raghav Sachar. Songs of this Indian Bollywood movie can be downloaded below once you scroll down. Just click on the title of the mp3 and it will take you to the download page where it can be downloaded directly to your computer.

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Movie Information:

Music director: Raghav Sachar
Director: Supavitra Babul
Producer: Kumar Mangat Pathak
Cast: Pulkit Samrat, Amita Pathak
Release Date: April 13th, 2012

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1Bittoo Sab Ki Lega1529
2Kaun Kenda997
3Kick Lag Gayi960
4Audi (Tenu Tak De)1305
6Mann Jaage828
7Kaun Kenda (F)749
8Kick Lag Gayi (Remix)817

Bittoo Boss Music Review

The first trailer of Bittoo Boss had set the mood for a fun ride and we have been anticipating if the music album would be able to contribute further to the movie’s light hearted setting and humor derived from colloquial North Indian dialects.

Mika’s “Bittoo Sab Ki Lega” had been touted to become the next youth anthem. Well, the song certainly is not heading to become any anthem whatsoever but that does not imply that it is not a good number. “Bittoo Sab Ki Lega” has Mika in his elements, although there is a deliberate shifting of gears from “Pungi” of Agent Vinod and Mika tries to sound less tacky. The words of the song and Mika’s voice does complete justice to the title track but the problem with the song is somewhere in the music. A couple of distortions repeated continually and blending it in pop genre leaves a taste that we often are left with after listening to any contemporary Bollywood number. The song could have been a huge hit among the youth only had it been a sort of a path breaking music composition, which sadly it isn’t.

“Kaun Kenda” would resonate with all those Sonu Nigam fans and Shreya Ghosal diehards. If Sonu has been the king of romantic songs for more than a decade now, Shreya is certainly one who is heading to take the legacy of Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle forward (not undermining the talents of Alka Yagnik and the likes). “Kaun Kenda” is a delicious treat to what Bollywood does best – romantic duets. The song may not be an all new track which would instantly strike you as a phenomenally out of the world composition but Sonu and Shreya make it a sumptuous ride. The video being promoted does not go well with all the clichés associated as montage and sequences but if you just listen to the song then you would certainly want to listen to “Kaun Kenda” more than once.

“Tenu Tak De” is a Punjabi number and no it just does not have a few Punjabi words in the lyrics but is a complete Punjabi composition – lyrics, tune, drum beats and the entire composition. It is a bit of a fusion of electronic and desi Punjabi. It switches conveniently from the Dhol beats and the techno beats with an English backing vocal by Natalie De Luccio. Raghav Sachar pumps in enough vibes into the song and “Tenu Tak De” or “Audi Saadi Thuk Gayi” which is also a catch line of the song is definitely high on energy and would go down well with the Punjabi and Delhi folks. The song is aimed at the pubs and it should do well over the weekends with DJs playing their revisited versions of the track.

The arpeggio of “Mann Jaage” would remind you of the one for “Pehla Yeh Pehla, Pyaar Tera Mera Soni”. The latter was a blockbuster in its days and although it is not even a remote rip off, the nostalgia is going to be there. “Mann Jaage” is soulful, beautiful and flawless. It is a great composition, brilliant words and superb singing by Shahid Mallaya. You may wonder why Rahat Fateh Ali Khan had not been roped in for a song that is his trademark and niche but Shahid does a brilliant job. If Shreya and Sonu impress you with their renditions, “Mann Jaage” can be reason enough to buy the album of “Bittoo Boss”. Shahid is amazing at the base levels as well as with the octaves. A bow is what one should have for the song. “Mann Jaage” also has plenty of variations and that is unlike in these types of tracks and that is a pleasant surprise. Raghav Sachar (Music Director) gets a five on five for this number.

“Kick Lag Gayi” would remind you of “Band Baaja Baarat” and not just its songs but also the movie. Apparently the entire premise of the song is also similar to what Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma had been catering to (albeit with the difference being in wedding planning and photography). “Kick Lag Gayi” is an all out Punjabi track and although there is nothing major from the perspective of music composition or the lyrics, the energy is high and is a dance number in all its essence. The song has its share of choreography and everything that is needed for a popular dance number in a film.

Mika returns with “Kabootar” and it is again one that is youthful with high on energy and less on quality. The music and the song would appear to be loud and would perhaps not get the job done as Raghav, Mika and the filmmakers would have envisioned.

“Bittoo Boss” album is worthwhile for “Kaun Kenda”, “Mann Jaage” and “Tenu Tak De” predominantly, with the rest, although decent, filling up the playlist.