Music review: Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye (Hindi – Lalit Pandit & Siddarth Coutto)

Shreya’s Pahle toh is dull, with a Middle Eastern twang Lalit is known for peddling, while Shaan’s Sehmi sehmi is appreciably better, with a lilting tune – but it remains underwhelming as it progresses. Shaan is wonderful in Patthron ke bane, along with Javed Akhtar’s lyrics and the aptly low-key backgrounds. A guy named Aishwarya (blame T-Series!) is credited for singing Zindagi mein, which is obsolete in all departments. Guest composer Siddarth Coutto’s 2 tracks – Anushka’s Kabhi kabhi and Caralisa’s Kab talak are comparable to sleepwalking – terribly boring. Despite an interesting plot, Mere Khwabon mein’s soundtrack is insipid.

Keywords: Raima Sen, Randeep Hooda, Arbaaz Khan, Lalit Pandit, Siddarth Coutto