Rashid Khan’s sole contribution, Deewana, despite its uncredited Egyptian origin, is an engaging melody, thanks largely to Javed Ali. Shafqat’s Zindagi se and KK’s Rafta ratfa are both lovely – beautifully sung and a soulful tunes that soar at all the right points, orchestrated well. Oh my love is an annoyingly predictable and simplistic both as a tune and the backgrounds, while Kya raaz hai is even worse – mind-bogglingly outdated faux-Middle Eastern mess. Khayalon mein rounds off the soundtrack unimpressively; barring its unique rhythm, the tune falls flat. Mixed bag of a soundtrack by Jeet, despite his Bengali original reuse.
Keywords: Raaz 3, Jeet Ganguly, Rashid Khan
Note: As usual, Jeet uses his Bengali originals in this soundtrack too – 3 of them. They include,
1. Oh My Love – Oh My Love (Amanush, 2010)
2. Rafta Rafta – Bojhena Se (Prem Amar, 2009)
3. Zindagi Se – Porle Mone (Awara, 2012)