In the soundtracks like Aamir, Dev D, Wake Up Sid and Aaisha, Amit Trivedi has given enough evidence of his multi-faceted talent as a composer-singer-lyricist-musician. Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu is another welcome addition to his repertoire.
The racy, foot-tapping dance-tracks – Ekk Main Aur Ekk Tu (Benny Dayal, Anoushka Manchanda) and Aunty Ji (Ash King) are sure to make it to most Party Music-themed compilations. Vishal Dadlani and Shilpa Rao’s duet Kar Chalna Shuru Tu is another good peppy song.
I especially liked the softer ballads – a romantic sentimental Aahatein (where Karthik and Shekhar Ravjiani take turns to accompany Shilpa Rao in two different versions) and a philosophical Gubbare (Amit Trivedi and others).
With its pop, rock and Jazz influenced westernized tunes, this soundtrack serves as a perfect foil for the film’s NRI rom-com theme.