Bangalore girl Sowmya Raoh and Sonu Nigam rock in the best song of the album
- 'O Dushmana'. A very catchy number, it is a David Dhawan song all the way and
reminds of the Govinda-Karisma Kapoor songs and dances of the yesteryears. At
least this number is good as a timepass. A weak attempt on recreating 'Ramta
Jogi' from Taal, 'Main Jogiya' by Udit Narayan, Sneha Pant and Shankar Mahadevan
ends up being yet another romantic track of the 80's when Bappi Lahiri ruled the
roost. Nothing original about the song, even the lyrics are as simple and
primitive as they go like - 'Main Jogiya, Jogiya...Maine Dil Tujhko De Diya'.
Great !! We didn't know this !!