'Khanna & Iyer' music fare unappealing

Apr 3, 2007 Meghna Menon

One would expect at least a few interesting numbers from an interesting title like this but all you get is disappointment in capital letters.

Music composer Tabun Sutradhar and lyricist Rajesh Johri don't seem to have put in much effort to this soundtrack comprising eight tracks.

Kunal Ganjawala and Shreya Ghoshal flag off the album with "Rootho na", a romantic track. It makes you wonder when was the last time you heard such a typically mushy and lovey-dovey song. It's an okay number.

"Raasta pyaar ka" plays next with Jojo and Suzanne crooning to lyrics written by Sunil Jha. Honestly, nothing much can be written about it as it is just another average track that you wouldn't want to listen to again.

Ganjawala teams up with Sudesh Bhonsle in "Boom boom boom". The song is nothing close to being a hit campus number. Jha has penned the lyrics for this soon-to-be-forgotten number too.

Sukhwinder Singh croons to another forgettable number "Meri jindari" along with Madhushree. Despite being fused with bhangra elements, the song fails in its effort. Rajesh Johri's lyrics are meaningless.

Usually, the music plays a major role in bringing audiences to see the movie in theatres. In this case the music disappoints totally.

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