is not appealing. With dull lyrics and music, it’s easy to skip this one. The title track, Bullett Raja with Wajid and Keerthi Sagathia as vocalists makes for a good rowdy number, with strong use of dhol, drums, bass and trumpets. Wajid has sung the track with great style, making it worth a listen. Wajid and Keerthi Sagathia come together again, with Danish Sabri joining in for Satake thoko, a fast paced social message song which fails to impress. Neither the music nor the lyrics (a mix of Hindi and Awadhi) have the power to make you listen to it. Overall, the album has just a couple of songs that shine, making it a lackluster soundtrack.