Anurag Singh’s Directorial ‘Punjab 1984’ starring Kirron Kher, Diljit Dosanjh, Sonam Bajwa and others is a film depicts the longing of a mother for her son and her search for her son, who is labelled a terrorist because of the bad times in Punjab.
Album: Punjab 1984
Album: Punjab 1984
Singers: Diljit Dosanjh, Sukhwinder Singh, Harshdeep Kaur, Veet Baljit
Music: Gurmeet Singh, Jatinder Shah, Nick Dhammu, Gurmoh
Lyrics: Veet Baljit, Raj Ranjodh, Jagvir Sohi, Anurag Singh
Music Label: Speed Records
Music Album of Punjab 1984 consist of 8 Awesome tracks composed by Gurmeet Singh including one by Nick Dhammu and another by Gurmoh. Songs are completely attached to the scenario of movie, As the movie is based on 1984’s serious issue, all the songs are full of sadness and heart-felt excluding a love track ‘Channo’ (music producer – Nick Dhammu).
Rangroot was the first track released from the album, is a nice number in the voice of Diljit, penned by Jagvir Sohi, depicts the change of a decent man into a radical one, when he goes through difficult situations. Awwal Allah Noor upaaya is a traditional religious Shabad sung by Sukhwinder Singh Ji, an excerpt from Bhagat Kabir’s Bani in Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj.
Kismat is a beautiful song in vocals of Veet Baljit and Diljit Dosanjh, is a conversation between Diljit and Sonam, based on role of fate in worst case scenario of life. Rabb Meri Umar is a beautiful Traditional Lori in the vocals of Harshdeep Kaur.
All the songs are Plausible including last two tracks Swaah Ban Ke (Lyrics – Raj Ranjodh), and Ammi Udeek Di (Penned by Anurag Singh). Diljit has proved his vocal ability at best, Perfect music from Masters Gurmeet Singh, Nick Dhammu and Gurmoh and A Grand salute to Veet Baljit, Jagvir Sohi, and Raj Ranjodh for such meaningful lyrics that fulfills a perfect link between music and story of the movie. Nothing to criticize in full album, 5/5.