Composed by Amit Mishra and Pritam Chakraborty and written by Irshad Kamil, the music scores of the film ‘Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge?’ are just about average. One of its songs that is being popularized through promos and television advertisements is the title track. It is good for a one-time listen, but nothing great that can be hummed later on.
Most of the songs are just situational that sound good in the movie due to the story’s comic value, but they are not at all appealing to music lovers in particular. Composed by Pritam, ‘Aaja aaja’ is a messy number. It was supposed to be a foot tapping marketable number but fails to create the magic that Pritam always does. Likewise, its remix also is a thanda flavor.
‘Suhani Raat Dhal Chuki’ is meant to be funny and spoofy and that it is. But you would not like to play it while alone or even with friends. Its fun part ends with the movie.
A holy version of the dancing number ‘Beedi jalaile,’ that is ‘Jyoti jalaile’ is a little attractive that one might enjoy listening to for the first time. Devoted to Goddess Durga, this version of the dance number is also sung by the original singer, that is, Sukhwinder Singh.
Those who like to buy devotional music might like to have ‘Dohay’ composed and sung by Amit Mishra for keeps. Likewise, another prayer devoted to Lord Ganesha, ‘Sukh Karta’ may also interest some listeners.
All in all, this movie might have scored above average, but the songs failed to make any particular impact.