|Laaga Chunari Mein Daag — Journey Of A Woman|
|Studio album by Shantanu Moitra|
|Released||10 September 2007 (India)|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Label||Yash Raj Music|
|Shantanu Moitra chronology|
The film's soundtrack was released on 10 September 2007. Songs such as Hum To Aise Hain and Kachchi Kaliyaan featured playback singers such as Sunidhi Chauhan, Shreya Ghoshal and KK. The soundtrack received a 3 out of 5 rating on indiaFm.com.
|1||Hum To Aise Hain||Sunidhi Chauhan, Shreya Ghoshal, Swanand Kirkire & Pranab Biswas||05:07||Rani Mukerji, Konkona Sen Sharma, Jaya Bachchan & Anupam Kher|
|2||Zara Gungunalein Chalo||Babul Supriyo & Mahalakshmi Iyer||04:46||Abhishek Bachchan and Rani Mukerji|
|3||Chunari Mein Daag||Shubha Mudgal & Meeta Vashisht||04:21||Rani Mukerji|
|4||Ik Teekhi Teekhi Si Ladki||KK & Shreya Ghoshal||04:45||Kunal Kapoor & Konkona Sen Sharma|
|5||Ehi Thaiyaa Motiya||Rekha Bhardwaj||04:40||Hema Malini|
|6||Kachchi Kaliyaan||Sonu Nigam, KK, Sunidhi Chauhan & Shreya Ghoshal||04:35||Abhishek Bachchan, Rani Mukerji, Kunal Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Jaya Bachchan & Konkona Sen Sharma|
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