Aye Khuda is refreshingly un-Anand Milind-ish, with its breezy pop-based arrangement. Kunal Ganjawala and his missus Gayatri do a fab job on the vocals front, and make this song an engaging listen (barring the short-yet-cringeworthy dialogue sequence that appears in the second interlude). Sadly this happens to be the only pleasant affair in the entire soundtrack, as it then disintegrates into a collection of thoroughly dated/middling tunes. Dil Ne Mere and the title song are just about listenable despite the jadedness owing to some interesting points in the arrangement and a spirited rendition by Udit Narayan and Shreya Ghoshal, and Abhijeet respectively. But the other three — Rock You Baby, Teri Shame and Ayo Manaye Jashn (sung respectively by Arun Bakshi & June Bannerjee, Shaan & Gayatri Ganjawala, and Monali & Rahul Seth) are banal beyond repair.
Anand Milind went out of fashion a few years ago. Tum Hi To Ho’s music is a mere reconfirmation of the fact. Not that the movie seems to be the type deserving a musical masterpiece anyways.
Music Aloud Rating — 4/10
Recommended Tracks — If you must, listen to Aye Khuda.