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When you have a super-bombastic and explosive combination, made of the most gorgeous-looking actors in B-town (Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif), scorching the silverscreen with their relentless oomph, you’ve got to have music that justifies the allure of the duo. Naturally, it was a challenge of sorts of for Vishal-Shekhar to give their best to produce chart-busting music for the most striking-looking and high-octane movie of the year. Also Read - Tiger 3: Salman Khan to Begin Shoot in February? - All You Need to Know About YRF's Film

Tu Meri: This song did not exactly blow our mind ,but it nevertheless has beats that make your feet tap and body sway to its party tune. Penned and sung by Vishal Dadlani this dance number is more interesting visually with the Greek God of B-town himself using his stunning moves and hot bod to amplify the excitement and Katrina-gorgeousness herself-melts our heart with her elegant presence.

Meherbaan: This beautiful number tugs at the romantic in you with its soft melodious composition. Shilpa Rao and Ash King’s honeyed voices flow smooth with the equally stunning visuals captured at the Santorini Island, Greece. The lyrics of this track-penned by Anvita Dutt and Kumaar-create the perfect mood that befitts the picturesque backdrop offered by the azure waters of this majestic European locale.

Uff: We are excited to see the visuals as this song is not released yet. But we presume, going by the lyrics, that this number appears in the movie when Katrina’s heart goes dhak dhak for the Roshan lad. Peppy and outstandingly rhythmic this track-sung by Benny Dayal and Harshdeep Kaur- makes you hum the tune forever. The backing vocals of Vishal Dadlani add the much needed zing to this one!

Bang Bang: An obvious ode to Hrithik’s dancing idol, the King of pop, Michael Jackson this track sees.Hrithik slipping into his dance shoes and delivering some exceptional moves. Though the song is as peppy and fresh to the Bollywood music listeners, but it seems to be inspired by Daft Punk’s music. Beny Dayal and Neeti Moha’s vocals are energetic but don’t really offer anything new.

 Our rating: 3.5 stars