After an intriguing trailer of Raaz Reboot, the makers have now released the complete jukebox of the movie. The music has been composed by Jeet Gannguli and the album has a total of seven tracks. Here is our Raaz Reboot music review-
1. Lo Maan Liya
Arijit Singh has given his voice to the first song of the album. The simple yet touching lyrics have penned by Kausar Munir. Lo Maan Liya is an emotional love ballad that you will add to your playlist as soon as you hear it.
2. Raaz Aankhein Teri
Arijit Singh once again gets behind the mic for what seems to be the title track of the movie. With Rashmi Virag‘s lyrics, the song makes good use of the violin but you may not want to hear the song on repeat.
3. O Meri Jaan
This song is composed by Sangeet and Siddharth Haldipur with K.K. singing the song. The melody is soothing and Kausar Munir‘s lyrics are very touching. You will want to hear this song more than once.
4. Yaad Hai Na
Arijit Singh‘s seems to be Jeet’s favourite choice as he is back with another song titled as Yaad Hai Na. The music is innovative made better with the lyrics penned by Kausar Munir.
5. Hummein Tummein Jo Tha
The only duet from the album in the voices of Palak Muchhal and Papon. The song is sad from the beginning to the end and will likely be a super-hit among the lovers who have suffered from a heartbreak.
6. Yaad Hai Na (Unplugged)
Jubin Nautiyal has sung the unplugged version of Yaad Hai Na and this version sounds way better than Arijit’s version. The minimal use of guitar makes you focus more on the lyrics and that’s what makes the song amazing.
An eerie song in the voice of Jubin Nautiyal who is crooning the lyrics penned by Rashmi Virag. This song will surely give you goosebumps!
Here is the complete jukebox-
Raaz Reboot Music Review and Soundtrack: Our Final Verdict: Vikram Bhatt has given us a set seven of lovely songs and we are not complaining. The songs completely suit the movie’s theme and it is everything that we expected if not more. Our pick of the lot will be Lo Maan Liya, Yaad Hai Na(Unplugged) and The Sound of Raaz.
Our Rating: 3.5 Stars
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