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Gangs Of Wasseypur AlbumHindi music of Gangs Of Wasseypur was written and composed by Sneha Khanwalkar. 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: Sneha Khanwalkar
Director: Anuraj Kashyap
Producer: Anurag Kashyap
Cast: Manoj Bajpayee, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Piyush Mishra, Shabana Azmi, Reema Sen, Jaideep Ahlawat, Richa Chadda, Mukesh Chhabra, Harish Khanna, Huma Qureshi, Yashpal Sharma
Release Date: June 22nd, 2012

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TrackTitleDownloads
1Jiya Tu1131
2Hunter1064
3O Womaniya Live960
4Keh Ke Lunga709
5Bhoos612
6Ik Bagal637
7Bhaiyya631
8Tain Tain To To674
9Soona Kar Ke Gharwa580
10Aey Jawanon614
11Womaniya724
12Manmauji648
13Loonga Loonga632
14Humni Ke Chhodi Ke653

Gangs Of Wasseypur Music Review

Anurag Kashyap has always hit the jackpot with his film’s music, whether we talk about his Dev D or the more recent Shaitan. He also has a penchant to identify talents and it is no surprise that he has teamed up with music composer Sneha Khanwalkar of Oye Lucky Lucky Oye fame and lyricist Varun Grover. With ‘Gangs Of Wasseypur’ hitting the shores of France in Festival De Cannes and being screened in the Director’s Fortnight Section and not just holding a premiere in the market for distributors, the excitement and expectations have been skyrocketing with everything associated with the film.

‘Jiya Tu’ takes us straight to the heartland of India and it does so in style. ‘Jiya Tu’ is a completely genuine composition and unique from every aspect. If you have watched the trailer then you would be familiar with the tune and the beats. There is some essence of contemporary beats as well. When the song starts one may not see a lot of difference with other songs being based in Bihar but quickly it takes you on a different exotic ride. What is more important to note is that the first song of the album succeeds in transcending every listener to the lands of Wasseypur whether one lives in Navi Mumbai or in the remote Sunderbans.

Trust Anurag Kashyap to do the different and tread uncharted territories and he would not disappoint. Although we could not manage a screening of the film at Cannes but ‘Hunter’ pretty much establishes that we are in for a one of a kind treat. ‘Hunter’ is absolutely amateurish and it is quaint to note that it has been intentionally crafted that way to gel well with the characters and the settings. Of course you do not want to see a rural man used to killing his adversaries speaking fluent urban English and tapping his feat to electro mixes, did you?

‘O Womaniya’ has been brilliantly written by Varun Grover. It also has a nice melody to it besides being able to capture the local essence among women folk singing. One would have expected some basic percussions and organic music but Sneha Khanwalkar impresses with her nice blends everywhere. Rekha Jha and Khusboo Raaj sing ‘O Womaniya’ in a manner which one doubts if any other popular singer could have done. There is a tendency to pull in some touches common in remixes and that works well.

‘Teri Keh Ke Lunga’ is another song that is heavy on beats and goes rather slow at the start. Amit Trivedi and Sneha (composer) both sing it well while Piyush Mishra’s lyrics weave magic. There is not much to speak about ‘Tain Tain To To’ which is a musical while ‘Bhoos’ and ‘Bhaiya’ are just about an average experience.

Since ‘Gangs Of Wasseypur’ is a film split into two parts the number of songs are also more than usual but the remaining songs ‘Soona Kar Ke Gharwa’, ‘Aey Jawanon’ and ‘Manmauji’ along with ‘Humne Ke Chhodi Ke’ do not ring a bell. They all blend nicely with the flavor of the film but that’s about it.


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