"Honestly, the music of ‘Diary Of A Butterfly’ is very good and I am not saying this because it is my film. I think I have that sense of good and bad music as I have had good music in my films. The songs are really exciting," the 27-year-old said here.
Udita, who debuted in Bollywood with the 2003 release "Paap", featured in films like "Zeher" and "Aksar" and the music of the films were up to the mark.
"The same is said for Emraan Hashmi also that whichever film he does, it has great music. Same is the case with me. It’s a nice feeling but you can’t do it consciously, you can’t tell the music director that keep this song or that. It’s simply a matter of luck and co-incidence," the 27-year-old said here at the music launch of the film.
Udita says "Diary Of A Butterfly" music will strike a chord with the audience.
"Diary Of A Butterfly" is about a girl who carves her way to the top of the corporate ladder. The film also stars Rati Agnihotri, Sofia Hayat, Aryan Vaid and Nassar Abdulla.