Rahman is back with a bang with is magical tunes. Get ready to travel in his world of music and enjoy song for every mood. A.R.Rahman has sung two songs in the album, Maahi Ve
and Patakha Guddi-Male Version
. Both of them are example of sheer brilliance. His version of Patakha Guudi will make you forget the original version sung by Jyoti Nooran and Sultaan Nooran. Both these songs are the best picks of the album. Another song that makes you praise this gem of music is Tu Kuja
in Sunidhi Chauhan’s voice. This is something that proves Sunidhi’s versatile singing. The composition and tone of this songs make it a stand out song in the entire album. Heera
sung by Shweta Pandit and Kahaan Hoon Main
by Jonita Gandhi are the decent tracks. Not of Rahman caliber. Their composition and tone are both very ordinary the novelty is missing in them and any other composer can make it the same way. Sooha Saha
is mesmerizing, very slow paced and just make you enjoy the song for the moment and do nothing else. It is on the same lines of Kahaan Hoon Main and Heera but Sooh Saha makes it place for its unusual tone. Wanna Mash Up
is something off track as far as this album in concerned. This song makes you think where will this find a place in the film. It is very much western with all western beats totally influenced by the western pop music. Implosive Silence
is an instrumental track which could have been better. The variations in the track are completely missing it is very flat pace lacking innovation and creativity.
On the whole good album but then Rahman has given much better music than this in his previous films. His charm is missing but this will definitely find a place for itself in you collection. This one is absolutely recommended just for the genius Rahman.