Naa Jaane - Composed by Sachin Jigar Naa Jaane is an frisky number with some refreshing pop beats. The english verses were a bit ordinary, maybe the intent for a modernised output is a fold. Sung by Neeraj Shridhar and Anusha Manchanda this track may amuse the youngsters for a while.
Saajna - Pakistani singer Falik Shabri turns up with "Saajna" a melodic love ballad, the intro guitar riffs and the ambiance maintained throughout dispenses a pleasant tune. Although it strikes a chord of Kalyug's Aadat, "Saajna" stands out for one of the best part of the album.
Capuchino - Filled up with some rolling instrumentals and a few heavy doses of folk rock materials "Capuchino" is more likely to be John Abraham's introductory song. Sung by Abhishek Nailwal and composed by Sachin-Jigar this track may not surprise or engage you but befits the intro feel.
Darbaar - Monali Thakur's shines with "Darbadar" composed by Sachin-Jigar again. This is an impressive version of an typical Indian classical song mingled with a high tempoed contributories. The violin part was flawless and the ending segment of Monali was splendid.
Meri Jaaniye - Sung by Shaan & Monali Thakur this turns up to be more pensive and delightful. Shaan as usual impresses but Monali's voice was a bit grate and is a wrong pick for this genre. The magnificent vibe created by Govrav Dasgupta the composer is radiant.
Nasha Nasha - Raghav Sachar composed this track which was sung by Neha Bhasin is a girly peppy number. The addicted atmosphere was balanced well and the sexy vocals by Neha leaves a much better impact than expected.
Final Verdict : As i intially stated I, Me aur Mein has the wide variety of music which is deeper and enjoyable and the lyrics were confined well. On the whole, this album is listenable quite a few times.
My Rating - 3/5
-By Surya Komal aka KM