I like the music of the film as its music director is Pritam who is known for his cathcy music.
The album has a crackling opening, with the 'zor ka jhatka' track sung by Daler Mehendi and Richa Sharma, with Master Salim providing additional vocals. This is a number which has already been doing the rounds for a while and has become quite popular, which is not very difficult to fathom. 'Zor ka jhatka' is extremely easy on the ears and has a fun feel to it which is brought out wonderfully by the two singers. There is a remix version of this number as well which has been sung by Master Salim and Richa, but one misses Daler's punchy vocals.
From the boisterous feel of the first number, one moves into the realm of romance and melody with the second number, 'o bekhabar,' which has been sung by Shreya Ghoshal. This is just the kind of number which allows Shreya to strut her stuff and she is able to bring that out wonderfully with this sweet track. It stands out for its melody and is definitely another clear winner in this crowded album.
The third track on the album is 'nakhre,' which has been sung by Francois Castellino. The atmospherics are terrific as the composer manages to impart a perfect Sixties style rock 'n' roll feel to the track. One is immediately transported back to the rock 'n' roll era, but the vocals leave a little more to be desired. This track also appears in a remixed version and stays true to the original.
The next track on the album is called 'chhan ke mohalla' which is sung by Sunidhi Chauhan and Ritu Pathak. This is another rocking number and should really climb the charts. A 'holi' number which is said to have been picturised on ARB and Neha Dhupia, this number is extremely infectious. Its melody as well as rhythm are extremely catchy and this feeling is further enchanced by the sensuous quality of Sunidhi and Ritu's voices. The retro feel is intact but Pritam manages to add a contemporary twist as well to this track which also has a remixed version.
The fifth track of this album is 'tere mera pyaar' sung by Mahalaxmi Iyer, Karthik and Antara Mitra. This one has all the makings of an epic love song, with an appropriate backdrop of violins and drums. The singers do a decent job with this number which is sans any retro feel.
The next track is called, 'dhak dhak dhak' and has been sung by Mika. The number has Mika belting out 'dhak dhak dhak' like a machine gun all through. But the number manages to work because Pritam manages to keep the tempo and the party going.
The seventh track on the album is called 'luk chup jaana' and has been sung by KK and Tulsi Kumar. This one has a distinctly eighties feel to it and is just as infectious as the opening number. KK is excellent as usual and is well supported by Tulsi.
The eighth song on the album is 'I'm a dog gone crazy' sung by Suraj Jagan. The first thing that one notices about this number is that the singer seems to be holding back and controlling himself. That may be one of the reasons why this number never touches any great heights.
Overall the music is good.