Kalyanji Anandji don't disappoint with this album: they come up with quite entertaining tracks in Bombay 405 Miles. My favorite is of course the gem "kasam na lo koi humse," beautifully rendered by Asha Bhosle and Kishore Kumar. The usual Kalyanji Anandji elements (electronic effects?) are there in all the songs, but this one has a sombre tone. The highly enjoyable "de de zara" actually seems to continue from where Kishore and Mahendra left "do bechare" in Victoria No. 203. The Rafi-Asha duet "are ho gaye hum aapke" is quite hummable, while the surprise package is Lata Mangeshkar's "kya karoon kya karoon." This must be Kalyanji Anandji's weirdest experiment, which actually works. The tune somewhat conjures up visuals of somebody running down a staircase...yes, hear it to know what I mean! All in all, nice, timepass fare, with a couple tunes that linger.