Updated: August 22, 2014 1:00:16 am
Music composer: Vidyadhar Bhave, Saahil Prem, Sangeet – Siddharth, Dr. Zeus
Label: T – Series
One thing that any music enthusiast will expect from a dance based film is good music. But the six track album of Saahil Prem’s Mad About Dance isn’t extraordinary and no, it is nothing like the soundtrack of a hardcore dance drama.
The album opens with Ishq da bukhar, a Punjabi number synchronised with the melodious rhythm of the piano. Singer Krishna Beura lends his vocals to mediocre number, which is an average composition by Vidyadhar Bhave. Beura is joined by Amrit Maghera behind the mic, who is also the female lead in the film. The actress decently croons a few lines in English. Composers Siddharth and Sangeeth come together for Party Is Going Mad, a track that aims to be full of zest and high on energy, but fails to entertain. The duo have also written and sung the number, but unfortunately, their performance do not shine in any department. Additional vocals provided by Divya Kumar and Bhave adds some spark, but the song is just about okay.
The next song marks Saahil’s debut as a composer, which also happens to be the only decent number in the film. Kahan Hai Khuda, sung by Subhash Pradhan, works well with its minimal use of instruments and a decent pace. The lyrics by Manoj Yadav are good and we love the flow of this soft number, which also has two more versions — dubstep and remix. Dr.Zeus’ Punjabi Mundeya sounds like a re-hash of several popular Punjabi, hip-hop numbers. Penned by Vijay Singh Shekhawat, the song is rendered by Ravindra Upadhyay, with raps by Lil’ Shorty. The song has its moments, with Upadhyay touching the high pitch with great ease and excellence. Overall, this one is a mixed bag.
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