Music Review: One Two Three


Film: One Two Three

Banner: Big Screen Entertainment

Producer: Kumar Mangat

Director: Ashwani Dhir

Music Director: Raghav Sachar

Aditya Dhar

Rating: 1/5

One Two Three is another comedy, which is all about mistaken identities and three people with the same name. The music director Raghav Sachar, whose first film as a music director was Kabul Express, has been roped in to give music for this film and surprising he has song most of the songs as well.

The first song in the album is the title track rendered by Kunal Ganjawala and surprisingly the female vocals are by Raghav Sachar. Raghav modulates his voice to such feminine perfection that, unless told, it’s difficult to identify that a male is singing in female voice. I guess this could be the talking point of the album. Earl ED adds the rap in this song.

The second song in this album is “Rock Mahi” is a conventional a dance number can sound. This song has been rendered by Sunidhi Chauhan and Raghav. The less said the better for this number.

The third song in the album is “Gup Chup” rendered by Mahalaxmi Iyer. It’s a sweet seductive number.  

Following this is the “Club Mix” of the same title track and that’s followed by the “Ballad” version… pheww!! An overdose of anything is bad!

If this was not enough, there is a fourth version called the “Amalgamation” version and has some bhangra and qawalli segments. Kaptaan Laadi manages the bhangra while Kailash Kher takes care of the qawalli.

Finally we get to hear a new song – “I Wanna Guy,” an item number, in Sunidhi Chauhan’s voice. It’s a song worth listening to once.

Last on the track is “Lakshmi Narayan” by Ninad Kamat. It’s the theme track and can be ignored.

Song of the album: One Two Three