Catchy title track has that Vishal-Shekhar flavor. Starting off with piano piece, however it is addictive. Next Woh Dekhne Mein - is absolutely lovely. Ali Zafar croons with his typical ease with the notes, add wonderful minimal piano led sound in background - fantastic. Punjabi flavored Ting Rang works as a regular foot tapping 'dhol'ed track. Thehree Si Zindgi 's 'stadium' like sounds and soft rock base with (debutant) Aditi Rao Hydari's voice - makes a fine listen. (Surprise, I am that Ali himself has penned all songs !)
The track I was waiting for - just because of the list of singers credited - Sanam Marvi, Hadiqa Kiani & Ali Zafar - turned out to be least liked - trance sound of Oo La La is just another 'play it loud on dance-floor' track. Aaja starts like a ghazal, A standard Ali Zafar stuff, that all of a sudden changes track and visits Bulle Shah's poetry. In a fast paced mood. Interesting. But my most favorite is the last one. The female acoustic version of Woh Dekhne Mein - sung by Aditi Rao Hydari. Loved loved it. And when she giggles and ''oo oooo"s , oh man ! Drool !!
Music, lyrics and singer - the multi tasking Ali Zafar is the one to watch out for, in coming days.
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