Mastizaade Movie Info:
Mastizaade is a 2016 bollywood sex comedy film, directed by Milap Zaveri and produced by Pritish Nandy and Rangita Nandy.
Initial release: January 29, 2016
Director: Milap Zaveri
Production company: Pritish Nandy Communications
Producers: Sanjeev Singh Pal, Ajay Rai
Screenplay: Milap Zaveri, Mushtaq Sheikh
For a film that goes with a title Mastizaade, you expect a lot of ‘masti’ in the music as well. Moreover, since Meet Bros Anjjan have been roped in as the composers (along with Amaal Mallik and Anand Raj Anand chipping in as guests) and Kumaar is the key lyricist (along with Manoj Muntashir and Anand Raj Anand), there is some good dhamaal that awaits the listener.
It is a surprise beginning for Mastizaade, what with ‘dandiya’ beats kick-starting the proceedings. For a film with Sunny Leone in a double role, this dance number sung by Mika Singh, Armaan Mallik and Amaal Mallik is a new experience for her due to the ‘desi’ flavor in the contemporary setting. While the hook-line ‘Rom Rom Romantic’ is actually pretty catchy, the overall lyrics by Manoj Muntashir are pretty much in line with the theme and genre of the film, hence being pretty straight forward instead of beating around the bush to be double meaning.
Meet Bros Anjjan and Kumaar take over the scene from this point on and start their campaign with ‘Hor Nach’. As the very title indicates, this one is a Punjabi ‘bhangra’ dance number which moves ahead at an unrelenting pace and doesn’t have any breathing moment whatsoever in it. Ritu Pathak is roped in to do the job and she is suitably exuberant in her rendition while not quite minding the naughty lines by Meet Bros Anjjan around her.
Benny Dayal, the youngster behind many a dance numbers, joins hands with Meet Bros Anjjan for ‘Kamina Hai Dil’. While the start is just right for the song, it is the hook-line of ‘Ooa Ooa Ouch, Aaja On My Couch’ – while leaving nothing really to imagination – which is catchy enough to join the ranks of a party number. This one has a 80s feel to it in the way it is put together and reminds one of the Bappi Lahiri era gone by.