The first song of the album is Ye Tune Kya Kiya, a Qawwali styled track sung by Javed Bashir in a voice which makes me feel that the singer has a long grey beard. But that doesn't make the song go bad in any way. It's a beautiful track with lot of Indian arrangements including Tabla and harmonium, and some deliberate memories of tum jo aaye from the prequel. However, it's a completely contrasting background track in the beginning of the song, starting around 38th second that surprises you the most. The nuances like the very real sounding echo in the beginning poetry tell you how much effort was put into the song. The next song of the album is Tayyab Ali Pyaar ke Dushman Haaye Haaye which is almost copied as it was in Amar Akbar Anthony, with the exception of Antaras. Even the video of the song looks very much the same as the original one. Interestingly, the song is sung by Javed Ali, who began singing with much of a Sonu Nigam like voice, and Sonu Nigam in turn has copied Mohammad Rafi and even recreated many of his albums. Of course, the original Tayyab Ali was sung by Rafi.