The advent of sequels to successful comedies is one genre that has generated lots of optimism among filmmakers and its prospective viewers. After the smash-hit success of PHIR HERA PHERI, all eyes are set on highly awaited GOLMAAL RETURNS, sequel to GOLMAAL. After Vishal-Shekhar musical hullabaloo in the prequel, Pritam is the ''chosen one'' for this costly warfare that boasts array of A-list actors in its credits. It's been cake-walk for Pritam so far with four back-to back chartbusting albums but KIDNAP has all together stopped his dream run of success. GOLMAAL RETURNS is one tight spot that can really set the ball rolling again for him but does it match up to his gargantuan success standards. The inclusion of another prodigal composer Ashiesh Pandit is promising but does his flair matches up to the fire of Chirantan Bhatt (MISSION ISTANBUL) or Gourav Dasgupta (SUMMER 2007). Do find these out in an album that guarantees unlimited frothy comical entertainment with its hi-profile star cast.
Upcoming guest composers have always been high on energy quotient and their oozing flamboyance has always paved way for thriving success. Prodigal Ashiesh Pandit is one such promising name on the credits that makes waves in the introductory bombastic track ''Tha Tha Kar Ke'', a flashy ostentatious singing-dancing display with billions at stake in its making. Peppy sounding Neeraj Shridhar makes all histrionics with his zestful thump and gets suitable support of Anvesha Dutta, Akruti Kakkar, Earl and Indie to deliver a ''yuppie'' feel. This ''masti'' number is gratingly high on it thumping beat patterns and is well synchronized in its electronic sounds. The proceeding goes ballistic with rip-roaring thumps and bangs makes way with hip-hop disco culture in its ''remix'' version. DJ Nikhil and Naved adds contemporary flows of club-house disco beat fillers that are likely to set fad for this comical bumpy ride.
The funky catch-line of ''Golmaal...Golmaal'' (GOLMAAL) is retained as signature tune as it gets camouflaged with added snazzy arrangements, perky vocals and quizzical wordings in amusingly sounding soundtrack ''Vacancy''. Pritam makes flamboyance in this sprightly formulated number where Neeraj Sridhar makes another impressive move with Benny, Suhail and Suzy Q as competent back-up vocalists. The synchronized choreographic moves, multicolored decorum and domineering face value are likely to be appreciating all these melodic efforts. Do expect this number making back-to-back presence in 24X7 channels and is likely to be catalyzing craze for this hilarious joyride. It's ''Kilogram remix'' as an added attraction that comes with stylish hip-hop ''club'' remix with frenzied emceeing, frolicking disco beat fillers that collages effectively with vocals to create commotion on floors.
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