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Jannat 2 AlbumHindi music of Jannat 2 was written and composed by Pritam Chakraborty. 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: Pritam Chakraborty
Director: Kunal Deshmukh
Producer: Mahesh Bhatt
Cast: Emraan Hashmi, Randeep Hooda, Prachi Desai, Esha Gupta, Imran Zahid
Release Date: May 4th, 2012

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1Tu Hi Mera6585
2Tera Deedar Hua2907
3Tujhe Sochta Hoon2498
4Rab Ka Shukrana1873
5Jannatein Kahan2008
6Sang Hoon Tere1639
7Jannatein Kahan - Power Ballad1294
8Tera Deedar Hua - From the Heart1264
9Rab Ka Shukrana (Reprise)1163

Jannat 2 Music Review

I don’t think anyone would have forgotten the blockbuster album of Jannat. At the end of the day, we possibly cannot forget ‘Zara Sa Dil Mein’ by KK, ‘Lambi Judai’ by Richa Sharma and the rocking ‘Jannat Jahaan’ by Rupam Islam. Well, since we are gearing up for a sequel the expectations are high and with Bhatt camp, no one wants to settle for anything but the best when it comes their films’ music. Moreover with Jannat 2, when names like Pritam, KK, Shafqat Amanat Ali, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Mohit Chauhan come together then we should be in for a musical feast.

To start off with, we have Sayeed Quadri’s lyrics and Shafqat Amanat Ali lending his voice to ‘Tu Hi Mera’. The words are great and the song has been sung with élan but the music composition falls flat. It is not a bad composition but the song resembles numerous other contemporary Bollywood numbers. Music of Jannat was dramatically different from what the industry had been delivering back in 2008, with ‘Tu Hi Mera’, it does not look such was the objective.

‘Tera Deedar Hua’ may sound like a serious romantic song with some Sufi touch and some Qawwali styles blended in as well but it is more of a frolicking song. While romance and love interest is still the crux of the lyrics, the execution is lighthearted. Rahat Fateh Ali Khan delivers a decent number but we are accustomed with him singing much better numbers which is also why ‘Tera Deedar Hua’ does not make an immense impact. However, Javed Ali’s rendition of the same song packs in much more punch. Perhaps Javed Ali is more suited when such songs need to have energy and punk. The composition of the ‘Tera Deedar Hua – from the Heart’ also sounds a bit better than the original.

‘Tujhe Sochta Hoon’ is what we naturally associate the Bhatt camp and Vishesh Films with. Emraan Hashmi gets another soulful song to lip sync. KK is in elements with ‘Tujhe Sochta Hoon’ and Pritam gets back to what he does well, contemporary number with a general dose of beats. Sayeed Quadri does a fabulous job with the lyrics which he failed to do with ‘Tu Hi Mera’. ‘Tujhe Sochta Hoon’ is a soulful love song that has pathos, a sense of solitude, helplessness and an urge to transform the situation for the better. The melody is great and KK must have had a blast singing it while Emraan would have had a great time filming it. Pritam impresses with the interludes and the solo guitar is a treat any given day. ‘Tujhe Sochta Hoon’ would surely stay with you long after you have heard it out. Is it time to actually set the tempo for a Jannat 2 album that we have been expecting? Let’s check out!

Next, we have Mohit Chauhan with ‘Rab Ka Shukrana’. The song starts on some fascinating beats and percussions. Although it sounds like a number for the pubs, it soon takes a turn towards the lovelorn sensation. A slow start with a heartwarming melody at the core, ‘Rab Ka Shukrana’ is well written by Sanjay Masoomm. Mohit is not allowed to pitch high with his voice with this one and as a result we have a fantastic subtle number. The generous use of Urdu blended with pure Hindi elevates the song further. As the album progresses we notice a shift from different genres to what the Bhatts have been synonymous with.

On a different note, considering the character Emraan plays in the movie, it is a little questionable if the literary words suit the protagonist. Well, it is a film so some creative liberty is, I guess, a right of the composers and the makers.

Considering the success of the title song of Jannat, one would certainly wait for the reprise of the hit number that had become a youth anthem. This time KK gets a chance to sing the title song (Rupam Islam sang Jannat). ‘Jannatein Kahaan’ has the same melody at the core and the same tune although the treatment is largely different from the Ae Suno Na. KK takes it slowly, Pritam blends the lyrics with the arpeggio and then lets it go. The rapping portions are attractive. It somehow tweaks the song for better, for a change since raps are infamous for ruining Hindi songs. While ‘Jannatein Kahan’ has been fairly written by Mayur Puri and composed by Pritam, it is a punch of several genres of contemporary Bollywood music.

Music of Jannat 2 does not disappoint, although some songs are strictly for one time listening, ‘Tujhe Sochta Hoon’, ‘Rab Ka Shukrana’, ‘Tera Deedar Hua – from the heart’ and ‘Jannatein Kahan’ would certainly call for a looped playlist.

Honestly, one would have expected a lot more from Jannat 2 album considering that it brings together a plethora of talented singers, composers and lyricists but possibly the expectations were too high. Jannat was possibly a notch better than Jannat 2 but the latter is still worth a buy. Four songs to bat for are enough to shell out a few bucks. Strangely, there are no songs for the film’s leading lady and it is a surprise since ‘Lambi Judai’ of Jannat was a blockbuster. One would have wanted to capitalize on its prequel’s success strategy. Well, nonetheless we have a good album; at least it is not a disappointment.