The music of Karan Johar's KAAL has generated a good deal of curiosity in the market. The latest one hears is that out of the six tracks that have been planned, only two will actually be seen in the adventurous thriller. The rest will be shot as music videos as part of the pre-release promotional strategy for the film. "That's not entirely true, though two of the songs will be definitely seen in the film one of them being the background track and the second being the background theme song," says music-director Salim of the Salim-Sulaiman jodi for whom KAAL is a major breakthrough in the big league of reckoned filmmakers.
According to Salim, each of the songs in the album will have a different concept with a couple of songs being re-mixes of famous English numbers, for which the rights have already been acquired and two other songs being Punjabi tracks. "The idea is the brain child of Karan Johar and director Soham Shah, who decided to have a different concept for each song," Salim informs.