Baaghi 2 music review: Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani’s film misses the opportunity to be the best album of the year

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The music album of Baaghi 2 has it all. From the best song to the worst one of the year, which neutralises it to an average.

The full jukebox for the upcoming film, Baaghi 2, is finally out on YouTube. The movie features Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani, who despite the constant rumours, maintain that they are just friends. Though the movie is primarily an action flick, there, of course, are overtones of romance. This gives makers the freedom to add songs to the narrative, despite the trailer making it clear that the movie is heavy on action. The song Ek Do Teen has been underwhelming, but the rest of the numbers seem to have fared well. We are here to give our final verdict on the music of Baaghi 2. Read on…

The music of Baaghi 2 has been assembled by a variety of popular music composers. Sandeep Shirodkar has been credited for two songs. Arko, Mithoon Gourov -Roshin, Pranaay have also contributed to the OST (Original Sound Track). While talking about the songs, from the worst to best, here is our take…

Ek Do Teen

Everyone has said enough already about this song. But the criticism is not stopping this song from fetching views on YouTube. Well, the audience has the final word.

Oo Sathi

Arko has created the energetic romantic track, Oo Sathi. And while it is difficult to put a finger on it, we feel a sense of deja-vu while listening to the track. Not refreshing- we all have heard something like this. Oo Sathi is average at best. However, given the popularity of such songs, it might find takers.


Now here is a groovy track that we can dance to. Cashing in on the trend of remake songs, this one hits the right notes. At least more than EK Do Teen. Sandeep Shirodkar recreates the number by Punjabi MC. Apart from the notable updated beats injected into the song, it is the dance performances by Disha and Tiger that make the song worth watching on a loop on YouTube. You would think that Palak Mucchal’s saccharine sweet voice won’t do justice to an energetic number like this, but she pulls it off and matches the nuances of Navraj Hans.

Get Ready To Fight Again

The song also acts as the theme for the film. It is an impressive update of the version we heard in the first film. You will certainly feel pumped up on listening to the track. This is one of those songs that you would want to include in your workout playlist. Worth a listen.

Lo Safar

What a romantic track! Everything about this song is perfect. But we are especially in love with the poetic lyrics by Sayeed Quadri. Jubin Nautiyal’s mellow voice is a refreshing break from the rut that Bollywood has been stuck with, for the longest time. Right before the song hits the chorus, it has a fabulous tabla infusion which is awesome. What a simple, subtle add-on by the talented Mithoon.

Soniye Dil Nayi

It is almost funny how Baaghi 2 has done such a horrible job with one song remake and a wonderful job with another one. Dil Nahi Lagdi is an awesome tender re-composition of a Punjabi track. Gourov and Roshin are the names behind this melody. Ankit Tiwari and Shruti Pathak have lent their vocals for the number, with the latter impressing us exceptionally. Kumaar’s usage of the same themes of manzil and raastein is getting repetitive but I am going let this one slide as the words perfectly encapsulate the melody of the song.


The music album of Baaghi 2 has it all. From the best song to the worst one of the year, which neutralises it to an average. There was certainly room to do more. This could have been the greatest musical album to come out this year, with Disha and Tiger’s face on it. But well, we will have to settle for a film with high octane, impressive action stunts but average music.

Our Pick

Definitely Soniye Dil Nayi!

Rating:2.5 out of 5

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