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Ram Leela Music Review: Watch and listen songs

Dated : October, 5, 2013 BY Pooja Nayak


Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, 'Ram Leela' is an upcoming romantic drama starring Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone in lead. The music of the film is composed by director-composer Sanjay Leela Bhansali whereas the lyrics are penned down by lyricist Siddharth-Garima. Comprising a total of 10 songs, the musical tour of Ram Leela is impressively love bound and can be given a score of 2.5 ratings.


Ram Leela is believed to encrypt the unconditional love that reprises the famous Shakespearean characters, Romeo and Juliet. In addition, this upcoming Indian adaptation has further enhanced the love by setting an extremely ethnic backdrop of Gujarat. Now, having known this, one would expect the musical venture of Ram Leela to bind the beautiful essence from the land of Gujarat right? Well, seems like the makers have exactly offered you what you are looking for! However, before hopping on to the conclusion, let's browse through each track and then pass our viewpoint.

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Ram Chahe Leela...

'Ram Chahe Leela' is a feet tapping number voiced by singer, Bhoomi Trivedi and nevertheless, she has managed to give the apt tempo through her harsh voice in the song. Talking about the comprehension, the lyrics have equally managed to compliment the contemporary side as well as the cultural space by inculcating some impressive, Hinglish lingo, and to top it, also the regional Gujarati. Claiming to be not less than a title track of the film, this song definitely sets a speedy launch to this musical tour of Ram Leela.

Lahu Munh Lag Gaya...

'Lahu Munh Lag Gaya' is a soft, love-bound number sung by renowned, Shail Hada. The song initially kick-starts with a welcoming chant but no sooner loses its pace and accompanies the slow beats of the famous traditional musical instrument dhol. Highlighting the positives, this song will magically draw you into the web of intimacy, and in addition, the lyrics too are quite breathtaking.

Ang Laga De...

'Ang Laga De' is a sensational romantic duet, sung by Aditi Paul and Shail Hada. Elaborating on this track, right from the beginning, our Bhansali's music is enough to woo you off your feet, but what tops the musical treat in this one, is its spellbound lyrics. However, having praised the narration, what highlights the negatives here is the duration of the song. A bit too long!

Poore Chand...

'Poore Chand' is a yet another passionate number sung by singer, Shail Hada. This track is quite on an average, due to its monotonous genre, if we compare with the couple of previous numbers in this music album. However, the lyrics of this song are quite appealing, having courted a loving reprise.

Nagada Sang Dhol...

'Nagada Sang Dhol' is a typical garba-dandiya number sung by the well known singers Shreya Goshal and Osman Mir. Well, it ravishingly takes you to the land of Gujarat. The song enchants some playful lyrics that compliment it by several traditional instruments, adding on to your cultural treat. However, hitting on to its reprisal side, one would definitely relate this track to the much-loved garba song, 'Dhol Baaje' from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. But apart from that, it will undoubtedly make it to the Navratri hits!

Laal Ishq...

'Laal Ishq' is a flowing soft number voiced by singer, Arjit Singh, and nevertheless, it beautifully narrates the value of love. However, having heard the lyrics, it also makes you ponder on to the famous song, Ishq Bina, from Taal but compromising on the reprisal side, the music of this track stands quite commendable.

Ishqyaun Dishqyaun...

After a overdo of slow paced tracks , 'Ishqyaun Dishqyaun' hops to a whole new dance genre, thanks to our youthful singer, Aditya Narayan. This song is a groovy number and clings on to some catchy, cheesy lines with the lead line itself being, Ishyaun Dishqyuan. However, this song is quite a hit only till the first half, but soon loses its charm getting repetitive with its lyrics. However, the musical play will definitely keep you hitched throughout the track.

Mor Bane Tanghat Kare...

'Mor Bane Tanghat Kare' is a typical Gujarati song voiced by the famous voices, Osman Mir and Aditi Paul. The song not only leans to the Gujarati classical sounds, but further also traces its lyrics in the regional language, hence making it a little difficult to comprehend. However, the music acts as a bonus for the song. Bhansali has got some ecstatic blend of classical and Hindustani music which is definitely something to vouch for.


'Dhoop' is a yet again sensational female tour, sung by one of our favorite singer, Shreya Goshal. Well, having heard this track, it will definitely compel you to relate through the songs of our famous love hits, Devdas and Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. However, having boarded one of the commendable voices like Shreya, this track makes you sail through the beautiful journey of love. People, who prefer romantic numbers, would definitely prefer this song on their playlists.

Tattad Tattad...

'Tattad Tattad' is a full-fledged tapori song, yet again sung by our budding playful singer, Aditya Narayan. This track has infused some impressive folk sounds that keep you grooving throughout the track. Now, talking about the comprehension, the lyrics are again been worked on with the mindset of making it to the chartbusters, and well, it will definitely last its impression for long.


Well, having detailed through each tracks, the music album of Ram Leela definitely stands out on the basis of breath-taking music, inculcation of regional touch and to top it all, the meaningful lyrics that will make you grab wings of love. However, now highlighting a little over the negatives, the reprisal attempts in quite a few songs could have been compromised, but apart from that, this album is a refreshing sip of unconditional love.

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