Soundtrack of ' Let's Enjoy ' releases in the wake of other multiplex audience catering albums like ' Where Is The Party Yaar', 'Hyderabad Blues - II', '99.9 FM ' etc. that had relied mainly on songs that have not been originally composed for the movie but have been taken from other already released/recorded non-film albums. Nothing wrong with that as long as the listener is getting to hear quality songs. ' Let's Enjoy ', a Quartet production is directed by debutant duo of Sidharth Anand Kumar and Ankur Tewari and has music by 'Midival Punditz'. 'Let' Enjoy' starring Ashish Chowdhry, Arzoo Govitrikar, Roshni Chopra and Vinod Sherawat has a mix of some original numbers and a few inspired ones that sum up to staggering 16 tracks with a duration of more than 75 mins!
As is the trend with such movies, one expects a series of Punjabi youthful tracks and one is not disappointed. The opening track which is today's take on ever popular traditional track ' Dhol Wajda ' is simply pulsating that makes the very place you are sitting a dance floor. 'Needless To Say' is the band behind this remix that is elevated to great heights by Kailash Kher ( Allah Ke Bande - Waisa Bhi Hota Hai - II ) and Rashmee. A good piece of remix that works! Another traditional number to follow is ' Challa ' that is presented in its brand new remix avtaar for which singer Jolly and musicians Julius Packiam and Midival Punditz need a pat on the back. They revive this traditional number for today's generation and keep the legacy alive. Use of western arrangements is superb and live performance like effect in the entire duration rush up the adrenalin.
Rabbi Shergill's ' Aa Yaaran ' follows next that can not be classified as a dance floor number in spite of it's pop arrangements due it's Sufi nature and lyrics that are not exactly understood in detail due to the heavy background music. Composed by Ashvin Mani Sharma and Midival Punditz, this is the first track in the album that is just about average.
Immensely talented Richa Sharma arrives on the scene with classical ' Kesariya Baalam ' that is again camouflaged with western pop arrangements. The number has a haunting effect and the high-pitched vocals of Richa only adds on to the effect. A 'Lounge' track, it will be lapped up by the pub hopping crowds. Jolly, who earlier sang ' Challa ', writes ' Punjabeen ' sung by Arvinder Singh. A charged up number about waiting for the loved one to come back again, it puts on display the singing prowess of Arvinder Singh who is a revelation. He intersperses the number with classical notes and impresses the most.
If you thought that this was entertaining then wait, as there is more to come. This was just the first half of the journey. Because soon comes ' Dhol Dhamaka ', literally a 'dhamaakedar' song sung by Jasmeet. Though the number is composed with western instrumentals, 'dhol' and 'iktaara' still play in the background throughout, hence keeping the Punjabi touch intact. You will soon find this number being played in the marriage processions, at least in the North India belt.