The soundtrack of Firangi is apt for the movie with tuneful numbers as Sajna Sohne Jiha, Sahiba Russ
In Firangi, there is just one composer and lyricist for a whole soundtrack. Firangi which has music by Jatinder Shah and lyrics by Dr. Devendra Kafir. Together (with an exception of just one song where there are different lyricists), they come up with half a dozen songs that go well with the theme and setting of the movie.
The soundtrack begins with Sunidhi Chauhan’s 'Oye Firangi'. It is a feel good number hailing the central protagonist of the movie, played by Kapil Sharma. In this song, Sunidhi brings her own individuality into play, especially during the 'antara' portions, It’s a tuneful number.
The next song is 'Sajna Sohne Jiha' which has Jyoti Nooran coming behind the mike. Though Nooran sisters are known to sing in tandem, this one has just Jyoti taking center-stage and she doesn't upset. It is a harmonious number.
The next one is Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s 'Sahiba Russ Gayiya' which is a beautiful number that adds good weight to the soundtrack of Firangi. This time with Shafqat Amanat Ali bringing his singing prowess into play.
The next one is 'Tu Jit Jawna' in which Daler Mehndi is bringing his energetic vocals on the forefront. A situational soundtrack that should appear at a crucial juncture of the movie where the hero played by Kapil Sharma makes an important decision in his life and aims to take on all the hurdles heads-on. 'Tu Jit Jawna' is a tuneful number.
The next one is 'Gulbadan' in which Ashraf Ali & Krishna Bhardwaj come together to write it. Though it was pretty pointless in the movie, one would have still been okay had the tune been alright.
Overall, the soundtrack of Firangi is apt for the movie that has been set in the British Raj and still manages to bring in the kind of music that could suit the modern times.
Firangi’s songs as Sajna Sohne Jiha, Sahiba Russ Gayiya, Oye Firangi are tuneful and melodious.