From Jhankar Beats to I Hate Love Storys, Vishal- Shekhar have established themselves as the go-to composers for urban rom-coms. For this romantic comedy, too, the composer- duo comes up with a handy mix of modern romantic ballads, duets and party-songs. The all-in-one talented duo also doubles up as singers and lyricists in this soundtrack.
The album begins with the title-song, a peppy dance-track Anjaanaa Anjaane Ki Kahani (Nikhil D’Souza, Monali Thakur) and then keeps changing pace and themes. Lucky Ali’s moody Hairat, Shekar- Caralisa Monteiro’s fluffy romantic Tumse Hi Tumse, Mohit Chauhan- Shekhar-Shruti Pathak’s melancholic Tujhe Bhula Diya, Vishal – Shilpa Rao’s upbeat I Feel Good and their sad version of title-song Anjaana Anjaani are mainly situational numbers. But Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s Sufi-colored Aas Paas Hai Khuda stands out as the best number of the album because of an excellent rendition.