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Now if we can have a drum roll please as it is time to announce the winners (thankfully there are some). The third place award goes to Dharmesh Darshan for not accepting a half baked effort on the part of our musical composers. Instead of worrying about quantity (both in terms of songs and singers, of which there are a total of 4 in this soundtrack), he has worried about quality. Surely, the repetition of songs may seem like shortchanging us, but it allows us to accentuate the beauty that lies in each version of the other track. He’s done it with the previous hit soundtracks and successfully continues his trend here. With Raja Hindustani and Dhadkan his ability to distinguish a hit soundtrack was clearly evident, and he had to prove it after the disappointment in every sense- Mela. The second place prize goes to each of the vocalists who equally compliment each other’s strong vocals, which includes the small contribution by Sarika Kapoor. Udit Narayan and Kumar Sanu have sung with great feeling, which makes us realize their talent. The first prize and final award goes clearly to the lyricist - Sameer. After his first two collaborations with this musical duo and director together, it is clear that they manage to bring out different lyrics that stand out and are easily his best after periods of lackluster poetry. Honorable mentions? Yes, the music composers. Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya could certainly disqualify itself as Nadeem-Shravan’s best work, but it isn’t half as bad, especially at a time with familiar music ruling the roast (even for these two composers themselves). Unfortunately the other contenders at this ceremony have beaten them at this match. Thanks for your participation, and while we wait for Valentines Day for the film to release we can be thankful for some more romantically melodious hit songs to appreciate during the wait.