Haunted 3D 2011 Music Review

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However, all apprehension fades away with 'Tum Ho Mera Pyar' bringing with it the kind of effervescence that one associates with an Emraan Hashmi number. Guest lyricist Shakeel Azmi spins words that are in line with what one is used to hearing in films coming from the house of Bhatts - whether Vikram, Mukesh or Mahesh - and hence a sense of familiarity sets in. A romantic number which is basically sung by K.K. with Suzanne chipping in the background as well, 'Tum Ho Mera Pyar' is a simple melody which takes the kind of route that never fails. A quintessential Bollywood track, it gives a good start to Haunted.

The sound of piano that begins 'Jaaniya' has a trademark Bhatt sound to it, something that has enticed listeners for over a decade now. This one just picks up from where 'Tum Ho Mera Pyar' left and establishes pretty firmly that Haunted would be following a packaged approach of a soundtrack working as a whole rather than one single track driving the show. From this song on, it is lyricist Junaid Wasi who pens all the songs. Sidharth Basrur is a new voice who is introduced and the youngster does a good job in singing this number that has shades of soft rock to it.

'Tera Hi Bas Hona Chaahoon' too opens in a manner which is expected of a Bhatt track and this time around the introduction of 'tabla' at the very beginning only makes the proceedings further interesting. Sung by Jojo and Najam Sheraz, 'Tera Hi Bas Hona Chaahoon' has a vociferous appeal to it and reminds of 'Tujhe Bhula Diya' [Anjaana Anjaani]. With a touch of Sufi element to it, the song is a passionate take on affairs though one waits to see how exactly it will be picturised and fitted into the film's narrative