It may seem odd and insensitive if I say the soundtrack of Parmanu dropped last week, given its theme. It may be equally bad if I note that the soundtrack isn't explosive. To be fair, Sachin-Jigar's soundtrack is a nice, folksy listen. Shubh Din's ebullient Gujarati flavour comes out best in Jyotica Tangri's 'Aayo re shubh din aayo re' line, with excellent lead vocals by Keerthi Sagathia. Thaare Vaaste and Kasumbi are equally enthusiastic and folksy, but seem content being background-ish. Sapna has Arijit trying to breathe life into its sedentary melody, while it is De De Jagah, the soundtrack's best, that perhaps needed Arijit in place of Yasser Desai (who is competent, however), for the fervent prayer-like melody. Jeet Gannguli's lone track Jitni Dafa rehashes Francis Lai's iconic Love Story theme yet again (after Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam's Chaand Chupa).