However, all apprehension fades away with 'Tum Ho Mera Pyar' bringing with it
the kind of effervescence that one associates with an Emraan Hashmi number.
Guest lyricist Shakeel Azmi spins words that are in line with what one is used
to hearing in films coming from the house of Bhatts - whether Vikram, Mukesh or
Mahesh - and hence a sense of familiarity sets in. A romantic number which is
basically sung by K.K. with Suzanne chipping in the background as well, 'Tum Ho
Mera Pyar' is a simple melody which takes the kind of route that never fails. A
quintessential Bollywood track, it gives a good start to Haunted.