The first thing that strikes you when you listen to the music of Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi is that, the track, just like the title of the film has been seasoned well with Punjabi 'tarka'. The flavour of Punjab and Delhi, as a city, have crept into the music, very much in keeping with the theme of the film.
Regarding each of the songs, the pick of the lot (at first listen) is definitely 'Haule Haule'. Sukhwinder surrenders himself totally to the mood of the song and renders a beautiful and lilting romantic song.
Next the two versions of 'Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai' in the melifluous voices of Shreya Ghoshal and Roop Kumar Rathod connect with the romantic heart as well as the soul. The songs have a 'Tujhe Dekha Hai' touch them, and a basic rustic beat.
'Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte' is a unique song which could have been sung only by Sonu Nigam in his unmistakable style, replicating the numbers of yesteryears to different tunes, with aplomb.
'Dance Pe Chance' by Sunidhi is true to its purpose, it is peppy and foot tapping.
All in all, an album worth listening to.