An Akshay Kumar movie will always have a lot of expectations, not just from the story or acting but also from the music. Kesari despite being battle drama has 7 songs and all of them are unique and a few of them have become really popular. There are multiple composers and lyricist who have worked on different songs and we will analyze and review each one of them separately.
Ek Onkaar – The Prayer Song
It is the first song that occurs in the movie. There have been multiple versions of the song. Here Jasbir Jass has come up with his own rendition and it is pretty impactful.
Ve Maahi – The Beautiful Love Song
A love song sung by Arijit Singh & Asees Kaur and written and composed by Tanishk Bagchi is sweet and melodious. A heart touching soulful song will surely gain a lot of popularity in the days to come.
Teri Mitti – The Best Of The Lot
Without a doubt it is the best track of the movie. It has the perfect blend of impactful lyrics by Manoj Muntashir , glacial music with minimal instruments by Arko and newcomer B Praak’s fresh voice. It is an ode to motherland and will fill your heart with patriotism.
Sanu Kehndi – The Happy Song
A retro style celebratory song will bring back the jubilant mood. The song has a touch of 60s and is full of the Punjabi element. From Romy’s and Brijesh Shandilya’s magnetic voices to energetic composition by Tanishk , dhol by Hanif Aslam and Group and rhythmic percussions by Dipesh Varma add to the Punjabi ness of the song. But the winner is the lyrics of the song by Kumar which makes it truly memorable.
Ajj Singh Garjega’ – The Song Of Glory
Glorifying the Sikh valor, this song is a treat for Punjabi lovers. Composed by Chirrantan Bhatt and penned by Kunwar Juneja this song is sung by Jazzy B. The foot-tapping rhythm, thought-provoking lyrics combined with tiger roars in the background and power packed performance by the singer makes this song unapologetically patriotic and will remain in your playlist for a long time to come.
Deh Shiva – The Inspirational Tracks
The last track of the movie has both a male and a female version. The male version is sung by Sukhwinder Singh and composed by Gurmoh. This high decibel version is very impactful and inspirational. The female version on the other hand put to tune and sung by Jasleen Royal is humble and somber. Based on Shabd by Guru Gobind Singh Ji , the song is just apt for the movie.
Apart from one romantic song and a dance number the songs in the movie are alike and full of energy. The songs fit well into the movie and will earn a good name in the music industry and stay to hit list for a long time to come.