Kaise Mujhe (Instrumental)/Kaise Mujhe – Benny Dayal, Shreya Goshal
From being a boring song after the first listening, this song has gone on to become what I would call a haunting melody, the kind of song that lingers in your mind long after you have stopped listening to it and transforms you to a sort of tranquil state. At least that’s what it has done to me. But, it wasn’t the vocal, but the instrumental version, that did that to me. The flute parts are so beautiful! I started enjoying the vocal version only after the instrumental version had me mesmerized by it.
Aye Bachchoo – Suzanne
This song is in complete contrast to Kaise Mujhe. I liked it instantly the first time I listened to it. Makes you want to increase the volume, sit back, tap your feet and enjoy.
Guzarish – Javed Ali, Sonu Nigam
The humming in this song that was there in the first trailer of this movie had me hooked to it big time that there have been days when I have spent something like half an hour or so listening to just the trailer on a loop! I was very eagerly waiting for the audio of Ghajini to release soon just for listening to this song. After listening to the full song, the humming parts are the ones that I still find to be the best part of the song. Sonu Nigam rocks!
Behka – Karthik
I am listening to it on repeat mode now. Excellent song! Karthik has sung it really well. I like the way the music of Guzarish has been beautifully blended in between in this song.
Latoo – Shreya Goshal & backing/additional vocal by many more singers
Super song! All the singers are amazing in this song! I just loved the Yaar Yaar Yaar Mera Yaar parts and the transition from yaar yaar to O Palak Kyun.
With yet another treat from Rahman for us Rahmaniacs this year, 2008 is always going to remain a year that we Rahmaniacs will fondly remember for years to come. 🙂 Thank you, Rahman! 🙂