A terribly delayed film, 'Jahan Jaaeyega Hamen Paaeyega' (JJHP) stars Govinda, Divya Dwivedi and Shivani Shivananda.
As far as the music is concerned, JJHP is of the kind that would fade away without anyone realising the same. It has little chance of making it to any music charts.
Greeting one with an irritating tune is 'Banda yeh jaanbaz hai', a track composed by Dev Kohli and rendered by Aadesh Srivastav. With lyrics and music that are extremely passe, the song bugs you from the very start and is of the kind that even Himesh Reshammiya fans would hate. 'Banda yeh jaanbaz hai' is a complete failure.
Next song, 'Deewana main deewana', sounds like a track from god-knows-which-era. Sneha Pant is shrill to the core and Aadesh's rendition, too, falls flat.
A Rajasthani-style track comes in the form of 'Naa choona' where better singers Udit Narayan and Sunidhi Chauhan take care of the vocals. Not any great either, the track is little better than the previous two - and is passable too as an individual track.
'Saala gaya kaam se' takes the cake for the worst of the lot. With lyrics penned by director Janmendra Ahuja and sung by Aadesh again, it makes you cringe. Can't dare to hear it even once.
One wonders why the makers of the film ever thought of releasing the soundtrack of an already delayed film.
After completely racking your brains, the only positive point that can be noticed is that, thankfully, the album consists of only four songs. 'Jahaan Jaaeyega Hamen Paaeyega' is not recommended at all.