Soundtrack - Notepad
Dir: Neerav Ghosh
Soundtrack starts unsurely, mildly irritates while casually displaying a wasted life amidst drugs, alcohol and sex and then grips you into a story that makes you want good things to happen to a person you didn't like much or worse, were indifferent to.
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This page has additional observations, other than the ones noted in the main review.
Raunak (Rajeev Khandelwal) has moved to Mumbai to make it big in the music industry. And he begins to do well too, but...
- The documentary style of narration. Only thing is it wasn't consistent. But liked it because it was something different. Also good use of cameos!
- The "guy" talk between Raunak and the club-owner, Charlie - appropriately disgusting.
What did not
- The repetition of the "like father , like son" dialogue.
- The use of old Hindi film songs in the background, except for "khullam khulla pyaar karenge" didn't work.
- Police constables start dancing! I thought this was a non-Salman Khan film!