There is an Amit Trivedi touch in the way 'Aasman
Ke Paar' begins. The choice of instruments is unique
yet again with an 80's feel, something which has
been evidenced in the earlier work of Trivedi.
However, once Raman Mahadevan and Shilpa Rao along
with Joi Barua, Amitabh Bhattacharya and Tochi Raina
begin their ferocious singing, 'Aasman Ke Paar'
turns out to be one of those average revolutionary
number. Nothing wrong with the singing here but then
the tune by itself is so predictable (getting into
the Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy zone with a hint of many a
disco number that they have created) that you are
hardly excited by the time 'club version' arrives.