>> Khaike palang tod paan. A Sunny Deol film is incomplete without some tod phod, no wonder then Sameer Anjaan decided to pack a punch with the betel leaf.
>> Tinku jiya, ishq ka manjan ghise hai jiya. We are sure that Anu Malik thought of this while brushing in the morning. Every moment should be a creative one.
>> Pungi baja ke. One of the gems from Amitabh Bhattacharya’s collection, this Agent Vinod number was one of the few things people loved about the film.
>> Aa re pritam pyaare. The song is quite okay till you come to the khoonkhar shikari bit. Carnal instincts are at its peak.
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>> Hip Hip Hurray by Kumaar from Mere Dad Ki Maruti
>> Chinta ta chitaa by Sameer Anjaan from Rowdy Rathod
>> Bum pe laat from Himmatwala by Sameer
>> Booty shake from Chennai Express by Amitabh Bhattacharya
>> Tooh Tooh by Anvita Dutt Guptan
>> Dreamum Wakeuppum Critical Conditionum. With so many projects in his kitty, Amitabh Bhattacharya’s creativity is indeed critical.
>> ABCD’s Daru piyega nahi toh bheja hoga psycho by Mayur Puri reiterates that anything sounds nice once you’re drunk.
>> Firebrigade mangwa de re tu, angaro par hai armaan. It looks like Sameer Anjaan took the director’s directive of composing a hot number too literally.
>> Jhak maar ke. Kumaar must have spent months composing this. Main likhunga jhak maar ke.
>> O re chori chichori, chedein humein chingam chaba ke. Don’t be surprised if you see a bubblegum branding somewhere.
>> Sari ke fall sa kabhi match kiya re. In the era of skimpy outfits, Mayur Puri shows his nine yards of poetry.
>> Tere shirt da main button soniye from Kya Supercool Hain Hum. Kumaar finds a lyrical way to get up close and personal with this number.
>> Dil da balloon, fula de very soon. Kumaar seems to be getting better with every song.
>> Electric Piya from Gangs of Wasseypur 2. Varun Grover’s mehendi number is a hilarious one, and this time the compliment is a genuine one.