As Chhalaang’s latest soundtracks ‘Care Ni Karda’ and ‘Teri Chooriyaan’ continue to make fans groove, the creators of the movie have today unveiled the much-awaited inspirational and bright title track - ‘Le Chhalaang’ from the upcoming social comedy. The power- packed energitic song is written by Luv Ranjan, composed by renowned music composer Hitesh
Sonik, sung by legendary Daler Mehndi, featuring Rajkummar Rao, Nushrratt Bharuccha and Zeeshan Ayyub. The song will make you get off your cozy couch with its foottapping music. So, get ready for the longest Chhalaang and reminisce your good old PT classes era.
Speaking about the super energetic soundtrack director Hansal Mehta shared, “Le Chhalaang is my favourite song in the film. It is a song about transformation, faith and determination. This song always inspires me. It's sung with great passion and energy by Daler Mehndi and beautifully written by Luv Ranjan.”
Music composer Hitesh Sonik shared, "Le Chhalaang is an inspirational song that defines the movie’s core theme. It is beyond special to have Daler Ji lend his voice on my composition. There is no other voice that comes remotely close to the authority his voice commands, mixed with the vulnerability of a free-spirited soul. Luv and I have worked on quite a few songs till now so collaborating with him is a very organic process. It will be a big reward for us if the song triggers the right emotions and motivates people. We will in turn be motivated to make more such music."
Directed by Hansal Mehta, the film is a Luv Films production, presented by Gulshan Kumar & Bhushan Kumar, produced by Ajay Devgn, Luv Ranjan & Ankur Garg. Prime members in India and in over 200 countries and territories can stream Chhalaang this Diwali on 13th November only on Amazon Prime Video’s as a part of the festive line up for The Great Indian Festival.
Chhalaang is a hilarious, yet inspirational journey of a PT master from a semi government funded school in Northern India. Montu (Rajkummar Rao) is a typical PT master for who, it’s just a job.
When circumstances put everything that Montu cares for stake, including Neelu (Nushrratt Bharuccha) who he loves, Montu is forced to do what he has never done - Teach.