Film: “Chance Pe Dance”
Music Director: Adnan Sami
Lyricists: Kumaar, Irshad Kamil, Irfan Siddique and Amitabh Bhattacharya
Singers: Sukhwinder Singh, Tulsi Kumar, Javed Ali, Vishal Dadlani, Soham Chakrabarthy, Shreya Ghosal, Kunal Ganjawala, Master Saleem, Neeraj Sridhar, Amit Kumar and Shaan
Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to shake a leg with the music of Shahid Kapoor-Genelia D’Souza-starrer “Chance Pe Dance”. The soundtrack has been composed by Adnan Sami and it boasts of fast-paced, high-on-energy dance numbers.
The album contains seven originals and two remix versions.
It opens with “Pe pe pepein” that starts with typical wedding music in the background. A Western song with rap by Hard Kaur and vocals by Master Saleem and Neeraj Sridhar, “Pe pe pepein” has a strong Punjabi flavour. It’s a fast-paced song and slowly grows on you.
The song also has a remix version that adds more beats and makes it a perfect dance number.
Next is “Pump it up” with Vishal Dadlani behind the mike. The song has a punch and starts with a bang. It’s a full-on dance number with a mix of dhol and electronic guitaring.
This track too has a remix version which is faster and includes more orchestration.
Up next is a slow love ballad “Pal mein hi”, which is beautifully crooned by Soham Chakrabarthy and Shreya Ghoshal. The song brings in a tranquillising effect. It’s a sweet and pleasing romantic number that touches a chord with the listener.
Then we have another fast track in the guise of “One more dance”. The song sung by Kunal Ganjawala is not that impressive. The song has a techno feel and is meant for the dance floor; it, however, fails to create an impact and falls flat.
It is followed by “Yaba Daba Yahoo”. Sung by Kunal Ganjawala, it takes the dance flavour of the album further. A fun number, it has a heavy dose of English lyrics.
“Rishta hai mera”, sung by Shaan and Tulsi Kumar, changes the mood of the album. It’s a soft, smooth song. An inspirational number, “Rishta hai mera” is a melodious composition and generates interest.
Finally there is “Just do it”. High on electronic arrangements, the song has been crooned by Amit Kumar and director Ken Ghosh has composed it. It has influences of hip hop and is a dance number yet gain.
On the whole, if you want to dance away to glory, then “Chance Pe Dance” is the album you are looking for.