‘Gazab’ is a track that is set up with some western arrangements. Sung by Shaan & Sunidhi Chauhan and composed by guest composer Pritam, there is nothing so Gazab about this song and is actually a poor track in the offering. It later appears in the club version, which doesn’t impress anyhow as well.
Aa Dekhen Zara is recreated and how so awefully. Neil Nitin Mukesh replaces Kishore Kumar, while the music is a total remix with some English lines sung by newbie Sunaina. This is a dance number, but a failure in terms of composition as well as singing. It also features in a lounge version, which instead sounds so good and turns out far better than the original title track.
Paisa hai Power is a track, that one cant afford to offer his/her ear even for a second. Horrible from the word go, this Dibyendu Mukherjee vocal lended track qualifies for one of the worst tracks of the year! HIGHLY FORGETTABLE! What adds insult to the injury is the fact that this song later returns in the form of a club mix, which is again highly intolerable and urges the listener to quickly switch on to another song.
Party mood is set as we have a full fledged Sunidhi Chauhan track ‘Rock the party’. Supported by Shweta Vijay and set to be a dance no, ‘Rock the party’ actually turns out to be quite an ordinary affair and doesn’t appeal one bit. The song gives you a certain outdated feel and thus adds to the list of forgettable songs from the album.
Pritam composes one more track for the movie, which unlike Gazab, is an impressive track. ‘Mohabbat Aapse’ has vocals by the sweet n sugary Akriti Kakkar who impresses to an extent. This sad track’s composition is quite good and would stand out in the list of forgettable tracks from this album.
On the whole, Aa Dekhen Zara is a highly useless album, with the title track literally murdering the original one from the movie ‘Rocky’. Only two songs manage to stand out and they are Aa Dekhen Zara (Lounge) and Mohabbat Aapse.