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Raaz Reboot Music Review

By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network

Raaz: Reboot is a horror film, the fourth instalment of the Raaz series. The film, which released on 16th September, stars Emraan Harshmi and Kriti Kharbanda in the lead roles.

Unfortunately, and as expected, the film proved no success. And the music album? Lets go through it and decide!

1. The sound of Raaz
Though the first track is a love song, it is eerie and ends abruptly.  Jubin Nautiyal’s voice does absolute justice to the hidden fear of the song. A great way to sum up the movie in one and half minutes!

2. Lo Maan Liya
This one is a heartbreak song by Arijit Singh. It’s quite depressing and boring, and Arijit’s voice doesn’t save the song.  The lyrics are rather unimpressive (and kind of weird in some places too). It took me a lot of willpower to listen to the entire song, and it was definitely not worth it.

3. Raaz Aankhein Teri
The track is a longer version of the first track. This time in the voice of Arijit Singh, this one is not so creepy. Arijit’s voice is familiar and warm, and the music has less of a mystery to it, compared to The Sound of Raaz.

4. O Meri Jaan
Another overly dramatic love track by K.K. There’s nothing great about it, but of course we love K.K.’s voice, probably the only thing that makes the song worth a listen.

5. Yaad Hai Na
Arijit Singh yet again, but this number has a slightly lighter and peppier feel. Still quite dramatic, though. The lyrics will promise to bore you to unconsciousness, if not death.  When I read the name of this track, I thought that somewhere it would be similar to Kya Tumhe Yaad Hai, from the very first movie Raaz. However, that was absolutely beautiful and this definitely cannot be compared to that.

6. Hummein Tummein Jo Tha
A very, very sad and boring song in the beautiful voices of Palak Muchhal and Papon.
All in all, every song sounds almost exactly the same... Not even one song holds the album up. Alas, not even the music album can save this film!