Atif and Shreya kick start the album with lovely Piya O Re Piya, this is something that Atif does the best. Track repeats as a sad version too Next one is again a kind of track that Mohit Chauhan excels in. Jeene De with Qawwali arrangements, sounds pretty good. And the, a punjabi track comes in the picture- Pee Paa Ho Gaya (!). [not my favorite genre, repeating again] is as foot tapping as a punjabi track should be.
Atif comes back with Monali Thakur & Priya Panchal, in Tu Mohabbat Hai, yet another mushy track, not as impressive as Piya, yet charms. And after all this, what's left? Yes, an item number. Sunidhi and Kailash Kher's Fann Ban Gayi is nothing special to go ga-ga about, except the fact that it must be good fun sequence in the movie.
Composer duo Sachin-Jigar who gave some commendable tracks in 2011, starts off 2012 in a pretty mixed mode. Lets see whats ahead in store.
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