The serpentine, sufi’ish build-up to the title song is mesmerizing, with an added Punju flavor for tadka effect! Tulsi’s vocals jar but Hamza makes up for it! Mithoon’s trademark tune structure works big time in Ke bin tere, along with his refined orchestration. Nachle is eminently foot tapping, with well-placed backgrounds. Paas aaya kyon goes somber and gains significantly from Sayeed Qadri’s words and that tantalizingly paced rhythm. Sayeed words elevate the mushy, but predictable Roop Kumar Rathod track Sehra too. Aggar is a fitting follow-up to The Train and plays quite well without pandering to clichés!
Keywords: Tusshar Kapoor, Udita Goswami, Nauheed Cyrusi, Mithoon Sharma, Sayeed Qadri, Ananth Mahadevan