A Gentleman

The music of action-comedy, 'A Gentleman - Sundar, Susheel, Risky' is out and it has some interesting tracks. The music of the film was composed by Sahin-Jigar. The film has altogether five tracks. The music of ‘A Gentleman’ is an amalgamation of sad, entertaining, funny and disco.

The first track is a club number, titled, ‘Disco Disco’. Benny Dayal crooned the number along with Shirley Setia and Vayu pens the peppy lyrics. It sets the dance floor on fire and the song is a treat to the eye with shiny attire, eye-catching sets and above all Sidharth and Jacqueline’s raunchy moves.

The next in the line is ‘Baat Ban Jaye’. The song is out and out an entertaining number. It is a perfect beach number crooned by Siddharth Basrur and Priya Sariaya. This New Year the song is sure to rock the beach side tourists.  

The third track goes as ‘Chandralekha’. It is an office party karaoke song, very peppy and foot-tapping in nature with Arabic background music. The lyrics was penned by Vayu, Vishal Dadlani and Jonita Gandhi crooned with full zest. Choreography is the USP of the song as Jacqueline performs hot pole dance.

The fourth track goes as ‘Laagi Na Choote’, rendered well by Arijit Singh and Shreya Ghosal. It is a soft, romantic track which touches the soul. Piano and guitars are the main musical arrangements.

The last but not the least track is ‘Bandook Meri Laila’, a purely situational track. Since the song is played during dare-devil action sequences, it is power-packed in essence and quite instrumental.  The important factor of the song is Sidharth Malhotra, the actor makes his singing debut with it with rap singer Raftaar in support. It is funky rendition by Ash King and Jigar Saraiya. The lyrics was penned by Vayu.

In the nutshell, the music of 'A Gentleman - Sundar, Susheel, Risky’ ranges from average to bad. It would not get instant popularity but gradually the music will find place in the heart of the audience.