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Humsey Hai Jahaan
Producer: Tajdar Amrohi
Director: Mashhoor Amrohi
Starring: Mashhoor Amrohi, Vishakha Singh, Govinda, Jackie Shroff, Kiran Kumar
Music: Siddharth-Suhas, Abuzar
Lyrics: Kumaar, Tajdar Amrohi
Singers: Adnan Sami, Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan, Kumar Sanu, Suraj Jaggan
Audio On: Mango Fish Music    Number of Songs: 6
Reviewed by: Gianysh Toolsee  - Rating: 5.0 / 10
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Soundtracks of small-budget movies never make it to the music charts, and yet some of them do contain well-composed songs, which never reach listeners, as there is no hype. Earlier titled Hum Laakh Chupayein Pyaar Magar, the music has been composed by Siddharth-Suhas, who are slowly coming on the forefront of the music scene with catchy compositions. This year, they already had two releases; Rama Rama Kya Hai Dramaaa and Bhram. Lyrics are assured by regular Kumaar, while the rest of the songs are composed by newcomer Abuzar.

The highlight of the soundtrack is the return of Kumar Sanu in Hum Laakh Chupayein Pyaar Magar, along with Sunidhi Chauhan. Equipped with a soft melody and tight arrangements, the slow-paced track is a delight all the way till the end. Siddharth-Suhas also work pretty hard on the instrumentation – with the piano, the electronic flute, guitar sounds, including the rock guitar, all blending merrily with each other in this romantic number. The opening with the guitar acoustics and the flowing sounds of the birds singing are enjoyable. Among all the techno-pop stuff coming from everywhere these days, the 90’s influenced track is a welcome relief, although it will not make any waves. The Kumar Sanu-Sunidhi Chauhan combo, which earlier created a craze in 'Meri Zingadi Mein Ajnabee' in Ajnabee, once again shows that they are reliable.

Baaton Mein is a melodious track from Siddharth-Suhas and is sung effortlessly by Shaan and Sunidhi Chauhan. A familiar flute music is heard in the background and the track contains minimal keyboard sounds. However, the excessive length renders it uninteresting at some point.

Suraj Jaggan, a regular with Siddharth-Suhas and who delivered the captivating 'Yeh Faasle' in Rama Rama Kya Hai Dramaa renders the rock influenced title song Hum Sey, which caters for a rock-pop-trendy audience. The high pitched number which incorporates heaps of loud sounds is below the mark. Hum Sey (Remix) is slightly better, with more beats and sounds added.

Composer Abuzar comes with Tu Andhere Mein which is a Nadeem-Shravan number from start to finish! Interestingly, although the approach is borrowed, the track is pleasant as it bears the popular music directors’ music, including the chorus and the usual saxophone. Tajdar Amrohi's lyrics are effective too!

Adnan Sami is in fine form in Abuzar’s Maahaba and the number turns out to be quite catchy! The singer is excellent at delivering these punchy lines and this is what he does here. With an efficient chorus and apt electronic arrangements, the track which does take time to grow, is decent with a good dose of pop and fast-paced music. (Maahaba which is credited on the CD sleeve to Abuzar sounds like a Siddharth-Suhas number)

Music directors Siddharth-Suhas are still continuing the good work with sincere efforts and they only need a big project to showcase their talent. The soundtrack of Humsey Hai Jahaan is average and has a heavy 90’s hangover, but is still enjoyable to some extent, thanks to the voices of Kumar Sanu, Shaan and Adnan Sami.

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