The next track of the album, Tu Hai, is what tells you that this Lalit Pandit might be the same guy who was in the that duo called Jatin Lalit. [In case you were actually wondering or didn’t know, he actually IS that guy.] So yes, he picks up some memories of old days, some styles and pieces which would remind you faintly of maybe Fanaa [that’s the interlude] or some parts of Tumhi dekho na, especially in the beginning [that being a Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy tune made for KJo, who was then trying to extract a Jatin-Lalit from them] and create a simple nice tune and throw in Shreya Ghoshal and introduce-Sonu-mid-song technique [used in K3G, line: aankhon mein doob jaane ko hum bekaraar baithe hain, and Kal Ho Naa Ho, Line: Sach hai ki dil to dukha hai] and promote it (yet to be done) and expect it to burst the world.
Phew, what a long sentence!
So yeah, Sonu Nigam already did burst the world in his Maahi vay part.. almost.