Aping Pritam’s sound, Bekali’s dancy sound is monotonous while Bulle Shah is amateurish, to say the least, despite Irshad Kamil’s interesting lyrics. Jalwa has Shaan mouthing ambitious words in a terribly bland tune. Mahalakshmi Iyer’s soulful singing is wasted in Nazar lage na, with its outdated, meandering tune that tries quite hard to be a ghazal-like track. Parwazen too, just tries to be great, but falls much before it can reach anywhere. Legendary composer Salil Chowdhury’s son Sanjoy makes a poor debut in A Wednesday’s soundtrack – he seems to be trying ambitiously hard but his score doesn’t register at all.
Keywords: Sanjoy Chowdhury, Naseeruddin Shah, Anupam Kher, Jimmy Shergill