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With Salman Khan on a hit making spree this one could turn out to be exactly what Sohail Khan needs as the film builds anticipation at the box office and trailers sweep through the TV screens. Sajid-Wajid are behind the music of the film and need a big hit this year after no big successes in With a string of top lyricists collaborating with them this OST could be it. Talking about corruption, greed and politics the song hits on the hard facts to an upbeat tempo. The situational nature of the song works just for the film and will have a lot of TV airplay but not a song for the charts. Sajid, Irfan Kamal and Danish Sabri combine their writing skills to make an apt statement with this song while the music by Sajid-Wajid has a good tempo to it with a break beat bridge that is well designed and arranged. Not a song for international audiences with limited capabilities in its appeal.
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Jai Ho Love You Till The End ????? ?????
Love You Till the End - Jai Ho 2014 Full Song in HD
Jai Ho Song Love You Till The End (House Mix) Full Audio - Salman Khan, Tabu
Music Review: ‘Jai Ho’