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Raaz 3 Music (Songs) Review (Emraan Hashmi)

Raaz 3 Songs Rating: 2.5/5

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Raaz 3 Music Review

Ratings:3/5 Review by:Joginder Tuteja Site:Bollywood Hungama

Raaz 3 begins quite well with ‘Deewana Kar Raha Hai’ and ‘Zindagi Se’ though doesn’t quite take the same melodic quotient till the very end. Perhaps this can be attributed to the huge expectations that one has from a Bhatt film due to which one looks at the final product with a magnifying glass even though Jeet Ganguly doesn’t make a tune that one entirely turns away from. Though Raaz 3 doesn’t quite go all the way as some of the previous Bhatt films have been, especially the ones featuring Emraan Hashmi, this one still has in it to deliver at least two chartbusters with the rest fitting the bill.OUR PICK(S)Deewana Kar Raha Hai, Zindagi Se, Oh My Love

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Ratings:2/5 Review by:Sheetal Tiwari Site:BollySpice

In summary, Raaz 3 fails in comparison to its predecessors. That being said, it does not have a bad collection of songs. The songs simply do not have that endearing and haunting touch to them. In any event Deewana Kar Raha Hai and Zindagi Se are not be missed. Khayalon Mein also has its appeal in a sugar-and-spice-and-everything-nice kind of way but the rest of the album is mostly unremarkable. Hopefully, the film infuses some sizzle back in the soundtrack.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review by:IANS Site:IBNLive (CNN IBN)

The soundtrack of the film has six songs penned by Sanjay Masoomm and Kumaar, composed by Jeet Ganguly and crooned by some fine singers.Vishesh Films has been doling out chartbusters for a very long time and one wonders how they came up with such a sad album.The soundtrack of ‘Raaz 3’ leaves a big blot on their musical taste and leaves a big question mark on what went wrong here?

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review by:Satyajit Site:Glamsham

RAAZ 3 fails to live up to the high standards of earlier Bhatt camp chartbuster albums. It’s an average sounding musical album that has a couple of impressive scores to its credits. After an impressive start in BLOOD MONEY, Jeet Ganguly disappoints to a large extent with outdated, routine and jaded compositions while guest composer Rashid Khan impresses with his solitary work “Deewana kar gaya”. Against all odds, soundtracks like “Zindagi Se”, “Rafta Rafta” and “Oh my Love” deliver some quality singing but again none of the soundtracks have the skill and kill of hitting the charts; overall a routine sounding album with no great shakes.

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