Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge is a humorous argument where the extent of good music is very less. The musical track is calm keeping in mind the theme of the film. The comedian element is quite obvious in the songs and most of the songs are situational. Starring Ajay Devgan, Konkona Sen and Paresh Rawal, Atithi Kab Jaoge seems very attractive and funny. Ajay Devgan’s flick not always bring a good music and in this movie also deceit the same case.
There are overall five original songs and one remix. Music composer Pritam Chakraborty and Amit Mishra self-possessed the music and Irshad Kamil has given the lyrics of the song. Raghubir Yadav, Ajay Jhingran, Rajneesh, Amit Mishra and Sukhwinder Singh crooned the songs. Most of the songs are devotional and traditional base.
The album opens with ‘Aaja Aaja’ by Raghubir Yadav, Ajay Jhingran and Rajneesh. Chorus joins them and the song is quite funnier. It is a fast track number and its remix number is on the whole played in various TV channels. Cannot be tout outstanding but the song is amusing. It is classical based. The song is lively and clearly indicate the Pritam is behind the music of the song.
Next in the line is ‘Dohay’ by Amit Mishra. This song is deviated from the track and so it sounds unexpected. It has some old trendy proverb and has a devotional touch. Again it is conventional based and the choral group has been best used here. It sounds typical and does not fall in whining group.
The next one ‘Sukh Karta’ is also a devotional song sung in honor of Lord Ganesh. It has Marathi words with western musical planning. Again Amit Mishra took over the mike. It sounds situational.
In the next track ‘Jyoti Jalaile’ by singer Sukhvinder Singh, the mahima of Goddess Durga is reflect. Again it is a devotional song sounds very lively. It seems the character is looking for the blessing of God to release them from some redundant problem.
Last but not the slightest is the title track of the album ‘Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge?’ Pritam gave the task of crooning the title track to Amit Mishra. It’s a combine of Hindi and English lyrics and the blend has a feel good effect.
In the nutshell, the music of Atithi….cannot be rated good but it is very regular. The information are not too nice-looking but situational. The music lovers won’t get much from the album. It also does not have the ingredient to hit the chartbusters.