There is not much heard about this movie titled Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal and thus there are no expectations from the music
album of this movie. The music album of this movie is composed by Shaadab-Abhik and Siddhant Madhav and lyrics here are given by Manish Vatslaya along with Arafat Mehmood and Saurabh Choudhary.
Core message is given by the first single meaning song here by Saberi Bhattacharya titled 'Palang Tod Hai Tere Jawani'. This one is composed by Shaadab-Abhik and Saberi here is accompanied by Siddhant Madhav. Lyrics of this track are by Manish Vatslaya and this song doesn’t get any success in impressing the listeners. Thus the listener can instantly move to the next track and there is also a remix version of this song in the album which could create space for it as well.
Next track 'Tees Uthee Dil Mein' brings Kailash Kher behind the mike and this composition is a said one by Siddhant Madhav. Here one things about why this outing is even attempted by Kailash Kher when we have heard only selective and amazing numbers by him.
'Ankhiya Mila Ke Channa' has lyrics by Arafat Mehmood and this song is sung and composed by Siddhant Madhav. The song also has an unplugged version in the album which is again sung by him and there is nothing much impressive about this number as well. This one is another sad number but the passion that attracts is missing here.
Then you would be hearing police siren soung with Shaadab-Abhik composed title track of the album 'Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal'. This theme song has a western base attached to it with lyrics here given by Saurabh Choudhary. This number is less than three minutes track and again fails to attract listeners.
The music album comes to an end with the track 'Kahiya Se Jogali Gullackwa' by Parshuram Mishra. This one is an outing with rural setting and is composed by Siddhant Madhav. This track is set in 50s with lyrics here given by Manish Vatsalya.
Overall there is nothing in the album that would initiate a repeated hearing for this album.