For audiences with an appetite for Bollywood love songs, title track Sanam Teri Kasam is laudable. The music is romantic and weaves a sense of passion through words. Ankit Tiwari and Palak Muchhal deserve credit for this song. A reprise version of the same song stays much the same with changes only in male vocals (done by Mohammed Irfan). Another high point in the album is Tera Chehra by Arijit Singh. A very delicate vibe of emotion runs through the song making it instantly likable. With the title track, its reprise version and Tera Chehra, this album does not cast a wrong throw of the dice.
If only Himesh Reshammiya chose to leave singing for others, Sanam Teri Kasam could have lived up to expectations. The music director lends voice to Bewajah and Ek Number. Nothing is worth mentioning about the two tracks that slip out of the mind as soon as they are over. For all we knew, Arijit Singh’s voice could save even a bad composition. Here the last track Main Teri Yaadon Mein proves otherwise. A techno track devised to stylize an otherwise average album falls flat yet again. Sanam Teri Kasam offers very little in exchange for a generous 149 bucks at the store.