One Evening Stand Music Evaluation

One Evening Stand Evaluation {2.0/5} & Evaluation Score


Sunny Leone’s Ek Paheli Leela had good songs. Now that she is in a central function once more in One Evening Stand, one expects some good music on play, particularly with a various staff of composers (Tony Kakkar Meet Bros, Vivek Kar, Jeet Ganguly) and lyricists (Kumaar, Shabbir Ahmed, Manoj Muntashir) coming collectively. With Jasmine D’Souza making her debut as a director, one additionally expects some good sensibilities on show in terms of the movie and its music.


The album kick-starts on a successful observe with Tony Kakkar placing collectively ‘Do Peg Maar‘ with Kumaar. One Evening Stand will get a cracker of a begin with this foot tapping occasion quantity that has chartbuster written throughout it. Oh sure, it does comply with the template of ‘daaru’ and ‘nasha’. Nonetheless, for a movie which is ready to cater to an grownup viewers, this was just about on the playing cards as properly. Anticipate this one to play on.

It’s time for some melody quickly after with Meet Bros arising with ‘Ijazat‘. An attractive composition which has some attribute singing by Arijit Singh, this one just about follows the template in terms of the form of love songs which are anticipated from T-Collection within the present instances. With easy lyrics by Shabbir Ahmed, ‘Ijazat’ strikes at a gradual tempo with simple going music that helps it to remain on loop.

What occurs subsequent is a not-so-pleasant shock as Jasmine Sandlas croons ‘Ishq Da Sutta‘. Leaving apart the truth that it’s in complete distinction to the lovelorn temper that had been created with ‘Ijazat‘, the composition by Meet Bros is hardly spectacular whereas Kumaar’s lyrics are method beneath what one expects from him. Whereas Meet Bros. come behind the mike as properly, the track cannot be anticipated to have a lot of a life until the choreography seems to be exemplary and turns across the scene solely.

Vivek Kar and Kumaar come collectively for the unhappy track ‘Ki Kara‘ which has Punjabi undertones to it. Crooned by Shipra Goyal, this one has Western fusion aspect making it sound like Punjabi pop. A situational monitor that sometimes finds its method within the second half of the movie, anticipate this one to play within the background whereas the montages are on.

Jeet Ganguly comes on the scene with ‘Le Chala‘ and really delivers the most effective track of the album. Sung fairly successfully by Jubin Nautiyal, this one can be written fairly properly by Manoj Muntashir, even because the protagonist wanders within the hunt for love. Anticipate this one to really go properly with the movie’s narrative because it has the form of depth to it that solely riches the general soundtrack of One Evening Stand.

The soundtrack turns additional attention-grabbing with Dev Negi sung ‘Tum Mere’. Poetically written by Kumaar, this one has some good music by Vivek Kar and solely makes one marvel why this one hadn’t come earlier within the album. Fairly simple on ears, ‘Tum Mere‘ is situational as properly however manages to carry fairly properly. Spectacular.


One Evening Stand has the form of music that you’d hear past only one night time!


‘Le Chala’, ‘Do Peg Maar’, ‘Ijazat’, ‘Le Chala’

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