Last song of the album isn't particularly exceptional either as 'Sigdi' turns out to be a track composed keeping Sunny Deol's fans in mind. With reference to a girl being a 'sigdi', this one mixes Punjabi, Western and 'kabeela' genre of songs and results in a 'bhel puri' that is just not spicy enough to make you ask for more. It is just the fast paced rhythm that may help one sit through the track when being played on screen.
While the 'mukhda' is still bearable, the subsequent portions are such drags that one wonders about the kind of effort that would have gone in finalizing this track. The remix version comes with some Punjabi elements added in the instruments but when the foundation itself is so weak, how can one expect any turnaround in fortunes through change in arrangements?
Ok, now what is this all about? Classic 'Jo Waada Kiya Wo Nibhana Padega' is electronically given a child-like sound to play in the background as 'Masti remix' brings the album to its end. Songs heard before in their remix versions now cross paths with each other at numerous junctures but that's about it.
Except for this four minute musical piece being used for the promotional purpose in true Firoz Nadiadwala style, what with flying vehicles and humans amidst exotic locations, there is nothing else to look forward in Kunal Ganjawala, Himani, Himesh Reshammiya, Jayesh Gandhi and Hanif Shaikh rendered 'Masti remix'.
While 'Ek Kalsa' and 'Sigdi' are hardly the tracks to remember, 'Yeh Dooriyan' can be heard at least till it lasts. This leaves the onus completely on 'Tere Layee' to provide Fool N Final some momentum. Though even 'Tere Layee' isn't slotted as a chartbuster of the year, it at least gets your feet tapping that gives Reshammiya something to cheer about.