You can listen to the soundtrack here.
Contrary to what I expected, the soundtrack of Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum gets off to quite an engaging start with Dil Garden Garden, courtesy a winning hook from Sachin Jigar (the rhythm reminded me slightly of Roadhouse Blues) and a spunky rendition by Vishal Dadlani. The lyrics by Mayur Puri are also quite fitting to the frolicsome mood of the song. Even the remix doesn’t go overboard with the techno elements and hence makes for a decent listen. In any case, the soundtrack returns to “required” standards fairly soon. Shirt Da Button is a nice melody from Meet Bros-Anjjan which is rendered by Sonu Nigam with his usual dose of soulfulness, but the lyrics by Kumaar, which are pretty much in line with the title of the song, more than negate the whole effect. May be there is some situational thing that necessitated such lines (I would never know, I am definitely not going through it just to figure this out!), but with the tune they don’t help at all. Pretty much the same thing can be said about the alternate version sung by Kailash Kher. No such exceptions for the composers’ second track Volume High Karle sung by Neeraj Sridhar, it is just plain bad. And no, don’t bother with the remix either. The downward slide is consummated with Shankar Ehsaan Loy doing a revamp of their own UP Bihar Lootne, as Hum To Hai Cappuccino. I was not a fan of the original, and it only sounds noisier anv more avoidable in this edition, even with Sukhwinder Singh and Daler Mehndi doing the singing.
Pretty forgettable soundtrack, barring one fun song. And no, I didn’t expect anything more, I saw the trailers too!
Music Aloud Rating: 4.5/10
Top Reco: Dil Garden Garden