Composer Krsna was a revelation in with his peppy and folklore tracks in Tanu Weds Manu. After he fails to live up to expectations as his albums have been quite decent but not of the same quality. Banno has folklore, harmonium and groovy beat that makes a good listen, even though the chorus is not up the mark. The slow and intense Mat Ja Re is a pleasant surprise, as Ankit Tiwari sings other compositions than just his own pakistani rock rehash. Here, composition is greatly crafted and instrumentation top notch. If only Ankit could take inspiration of this one to do his future songs, it would be fairly better.
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