By Joginder Tuteja, MovieTalkies.com, 24 September 2013
Now this is the kind of film that warrants a 'genre' soundtrack. Considering the fact that Warning is intended to be a crisp and fast paced thrilled based on the 'survival' genre, one can't really be expecting the youngsters out there to break into a song-n-dance routine in the middle of the sea. Hence, one expects a soundtrack which is basically for promotional purpose while going with the theme and setting of the film.
The album kick-starts with a rather haunting Bebasi which, while staying true to the genre, manages to do quite well in bringing on the sound that was required for Warning. The man who comes on the forefront is James who, though heard quite sporadically in the Bollywood arena, is powerful in his voice once again. A rock number which establishes the hopeless situation that the protagonists find themselves in the film, it manages to catch your attention quite well when a little miss could have well thrown it into the depression zone. However at the very beginning of the soundtrack, composers Meet Bros Anjjan manage to establish the film's mode with Aditi Paul doing well with her voiceover.
Mika Singh brings on a happy feel soon after though with his fun dance number Tell Me How Much. If one ignores rather risqué lyrics that go as Koyi To Keemat Hogi Tere Husn Ki Bol De - Baby Tell Me How Much, considering the fact that far more offensive stuff has managed to make it to screens in the recent times, this Sharib-Toshi number is actually quite catchy. In fact it is rather surprising that the song has been released quite late in the day because if unveiled at the very beginning of the film's promotion, it would have definitely carried a very good distance, what with Poorbi giving Mika good company behind the mike.