Bhatt’s offering is always filled with excitement, thrill, twists and turns. Basically, it’s music which never goes unhearing. The music of the Bhatt camp is basically the USP of their movie. Their music always creates chartbuster. The music of ‘Jannat’ was still liked and played by music lovers. Pritam has delivered an ear-soothing music with ‘Jannat’ and again the Bhatt camp has given the responsibility of delivering a soothing soundtrack to music composer Pritam.
Pritam, Sayeed Quadri, Shafaqat Amanat Ali Khan, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Javed Ali, KK and Mohit Chauhan are the singers who lend their voice to ‘
The album kick starts with a sufi track "Tu Hi Mera" sung by Shafqat Amanat Ali. Pritam is very regular in delivering at least one sufi number. The track catches your interest from the word go. The chorus too is enchanting and has been able to create a desired impact.
Next offering is "Tera Deedar Hua" which is a show stealer, which brings freshness. It is Pritam- Rahat Fateh Ali Khan's conglomerate that has brought glory to the song. The song is very soothing to the ear, the instrumental arrangement is very catchy and it again has a qwaualli touch. On first hearing, it would strike the right chord. Romance fully flows in the song.
Next on the playlist is “Tujhe Sochta Hoon” by KK. It is a slow and painful song. The lyrics say that the two lovers have separated and they are feeling the pain of separation. It indicates that they missing each other. It has a melancholy feeling. KK’s soulful voice has done full justice to the song.
The next song of the album is “Rab Ka Shukrana” crooned by Mohit Chauhan. The song is like a gentle bliss. It is one of the best track of the albums. On first hearing the song will touch the heart. The music arrangement by Pritam is commendable.
Its reprise version has been sung by Anupam Amod. It too has a desired effect
After that is "Jannatein Kahan". Nikhil D'Souza rendered the song. It is a fast number, highly instrumental and very rocking. It is a foot-tapping number. The track is very similar to "Zara Si" from "Jannat".