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Lets have a look on Govindudu Andari Vadele Songs Review...

Song 1: Nelirangu Cheeralona

Lyrics: Suddala Ashok Teja

Singers: Hariharan

Rating: 3.5/5

Govindudu Andari Vadele songs album starts with a simple yet elegant melody 'Neelirangu Cheeralona'. Versatile singer Hariharan has added the right feel to the meaningful lyrics by Suddala Ashok Teja. As siad earlier, Yuvan Shankar Raja has rendered a soulful and hummable tune. Though the song is tuned at an acceptable pace, Yuvan included energetic fast beats before the last paragraph, which took the song to a next level.

Song 2: Gulabi Kallu

Lyrics: Sri Mani

Singers: Javed Ali

Rating: 3.5/5

Gulabi Kallu is a romantic song with electrifying composition from Yuvan. Javed Ali is an apt choice for the song, he has owned the song an dmade it endearing with his rendition. Sri Mani grabs your attention with his loveable lyrics that are sure to go viral with youngsters. Gulabi Kallu is sure to top the charts.

Song 3:- Ra Rakumara

Lyrics: Sirivennela Sitaramasastri

Singers: Chinmayi

Rating: 3/5

Ra Rakumara is a hardcore romantic songs that shows the passion between the lead pair. Chinmayi has done justice to the song. The song surely hits right through the heart for present day lovers. Yuvan has made use of Dharmavathi raaga and has done a good job.

Song 4:- Pratichota Nake Swagatam

Lyrics: Ramjogayya Sastry

Singers: Ranjith

Rating: 3.25/5

Fourth song from GAV music album, Pratichota Nake Swagatam is Ram Charan’s introduction song in the movie. Though the track sounds like a retro-pop, Yuvan has nicely recreated it with the blend of disco beats. Ramjogayya Sastry takes center stage with interesting lyrics.

Song 5:- Baava Gari Choope

Lyrics: Chandrabose

Singers: Ranjith, Vijay Yesudas, Surmukhi, Sri Vardhini

Rating: 3.5/5

Baavagari Choope is expected to be a family song. Yuvan has taken the song forward with a celebration tune including various instruments in the backdrop.The soundtrack hits the right chord of family audiences. Listeners are sure to anticipate for Krishna Vamsi's trade mark touch in this song with some dance steps like in his 'Chandamama' song. Lyrics by Chandrabose carries the emotions naturally. Singers have done a good job.

Song 6:- Kokkokkodi

Lyrics: Lakshmi Bhoopal

Singers: Karthik, Haricharan, M. M. Manasi, Rita

Rating: 3/5

Lakshmi Bhoopal has come up with entertaining lyrics 'Kokkokkodi'. The rhyming in the first stanza is well sung and gets a good treatment from Yuvan. Both Hariharan and Karthik have beautifully rendered the song and is well supported by Manasi and Rita.

Final Verdict: Govindudu Andari Vadele is a feel Good melody from Yuvan Shankar Raja...

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<![CDATA[Aagadu Music Review]]> 2014-09-02 09:10:39 aditya Mahesh Babu's Aagadu Music Review, audio launched on August 30th in Hyderabad. Tamanna, Shruti Haasan, Sonu Sood, Rajendra Prasad and others are part of the film. Aagadu continues the superhit combo of Superstar Mahesh with SS Thaman and Srinu Vytla after Dookudu. Thaman has composed five songs for Aagadu music album, which also marks his 50th music album. Bhaskarabhatla is the lyricist. 14 Reels Entertainments presenting Aagadu will hit the screens on September 19.

Here we go with quick Aagadu songs review...

1. Song track: Aagadu


Rating: 2.5/5

Title song of Aagadu is a replica of Title song of Dookudu, which was the superhit combo of music director and Mahesh last year. Since, Aagadu is treasted as sequel to Dookudu, Thaman might have willingly rendered the song with similar music scores.

2. Song track: Aaja Saroja

Singers: Rahul Nambiar

Rating: 3/5

Aaja Saroja is a romantic number. Thaman's score is simple yet elegant for the song. Lyrics by Bhaskarabhatla take the center stage for the song. Hero's love for his lady is beautifully scripted. Rahul Nambiar is a perfect choice.

3. Song Track: Bhel Puri

Singers: Rahul Nambiar MM Manasi

Rating: 3.25/5

Third song from Aagadu tracklist, 'Bhel Puri' is a mass number with quirky lyrics by Bhaskarabhatla. Rahul Nambiar has continued his collaboration consecutively for this song too. Manasi is an added advantage and brings in the right mood. One of Thaman's best compositions with nadaswaram interludes along with drum beats and trumpet.

4. Song Track: Junction lo

Singers: Shruti Haasan, Sooraj Santosh

Rating: 2.75/5

Item Song from the Aagadu album is here. Shruthi Haasan has given an rivetting start to the song. Thaman has once again come up with his ususal compositions very similar to his earlier compositions. Sooraj Santosh and Shruti has energetically crooned the song. 'Junction lo' is expected to be a visual feast for audiences, otherwise the song will fall flat.

5. Song Track: Naari Naari

Singers: SS Thaman, Divya

Rating: 3.5/5

Naari Naari is one of its kind. Thaman has rendered an appealing score. Orchestration is unique, Thaman's singing is one of the highlights of the track, Divya has equally supported her co-singer. The song creates a celebration mood with the drums beats and nadaswaram interludes.

Final Verdict: A perfect half century from Thaman...

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<![CDATA[Rabhasa Music Review]]> 2014-08-09 12:23:43 aditya NTR and Santhosh Srinivas have teamed up for Rabhasa film produced by Bellamkonda Suresh under Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Productions banner with Samantha, Praneetha as heroines. Thaman worked as music composer and this is his fourth combo with NTR after Brindavanam, Baadshah and Ramayya Vastavayya.

Thaman has always delivered impressive numbers for NTR and there are good expectations on Rabhasa album. Here is the Rabhasa music review.

Maar Salaam – 3.25/5

Artist: Succhit Suresan

Lyricist: Ramajogayya Sastry

Rabhas album starts off with solo track Maar Salaam, high on beats and Suchit Suresan does his best while Thaman doesn’t experiment and opts for his regular style giving scope for NTR’s dances for his introduction song. Ramajogayya Sastry’s lyrics bring in patriotic feel to the song.

Rakasi Rakasi – 4.25/5

Artist: NTR

Lyricist: Srimani

NTR surprises everyone with his style of modulation in crooning this impressive number, quite different from what he has sung earlier. Thaman’s tune is catchy and different while Srimani’s lyrics are contemporary yet witty. Rakasi Rakasi is instantly-likeable and surely the best song of the album.

Garam Garam Chilaka – 3/5

Artists: Sri Krishna, Deepu, Bindu, and Parnika

Lyricist: Srimani

Garam Garam Chilaka is yet another mass number of Thaman’s style with the usual techno beats. Srimani fills the songs with mass lyrics. An average number to listen but NTR’s dances can make it a good watch.

Hawa Hawa 3.25/5

Artists: Karthik, Megha

Lyricist: Ananth Sriram

Next up is Hawa Hawa is a soothing romantic song penned beautifully by Ananth Sriram. Karthik and Megha’s soulful voices infused with the right blend of musical instruments takes the listeners to a different level.

Dam Damare 3/5

Artists: Simha, Sooraj Santosh, Nivas, Deepthi Madhuri

Lyricist: Srimani

The album ends with Dam Damare, a festive family song that has neat lyrics by Srimani. Simha, Sooraj Santosh, Nivas and Deepthi Madhuri crooned for this colorfully shot song. Dam Damare reminds us of several other Thaman’s earlier composed songs. The song may appeal visually.

Final Say

Thaman hasn’t experimented much and played safe keeping the commercial entertainer tag in mind with a mix of mass and romantic songs with heavy beats giving scope for dances. Undoubtedly, NTR crooned Rakasi Rakasi stands out while the rest of the songs grow on you on repeated listen.

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<![CDATA[Manam Music Review]]> 2014-05-14 12:38:31 aditya Akkineni’s prestigious family entertainer Manam audio has hit the stores. Casting ANR, Nagarjuna, Naga Chaitanya, Shriya, Samantha in the lead roles, Manam is one of the most awaited films of the season.

Director Vikram Kumar and producer Nagarjuna has utilized the services of most happening music composer Anup Rubens who has scored 6 songs for the film. Did Manam audio live up to expectations like the trailer did? Read Manam music review here.

1. Kanulanu Thaake -- 3.75/5

Lyricist: Vanamali

Artists: Arjith Singh

Kanulanu Thake is a pleasant romantic number with impressive and meaningful lyrics by Vanamaali. Arjith Singh effortless singing makes it catchy and soulful. Anup Rubens style of orchestration electric guitar and piano touches makes it a chartbuster. Expect some beautiful romantic visuals on big-screens. A good start for the album.

2. Chinni Chinni Aasalu – 3.5/5

Lyricist: Chandrabose

Artists: Shreya Ghoshal, Ashwin, Hari

Next up is Chinni Chinni Aasalu, a refreshing and soulful melody number sung beautifully by Shreya Ghoshal, Ashwin and Hari. Shreya Goshal soothing vocals adds charm to the song. Anup Rubens comes up with yet another catchy tune keeping it simple with flute and tabla. Chandrabose lyrics are pretty good. A classy number!!!

3. Kani Penchina Maa Ammake – 3.25/5

Lyricist: Chandrabose

Artists: Master Bharath, Chorus

Sung by Master Bharath, Kani Penchina Maa Ammake track comes up next. What catches your attention is its lyrics written by Chandrabose. The kids chorus is effective. The composition is simple elevating the beautiful lyrics making it a touching number, which highlights the film’s soul. The song may attract with its visuals.

4. Piyo Piyo Re – 3.75/5

Lyricist: Anup Rubens

Artists: Jaspreet Jasz, Anoop Rubens, Meghraj, Rahul

Piyo Piyo Re comes next which is a fast pased energetic number interlaced with the remix of late legendary ANR's all-time classic Nenu Puttanu song. Anup Rubens does a good job with remix though the lyrics were routine. Crooned by Jaspreet, Meghraj, Rahul along with Anup, the song hits the right chord. The remixed verses make Piyo Piyo Re a chartbuster.

5. Edhi Prema – 4/5

Lyricist: Chandrabose

Artists: Haricharan

Haricharan’s vocals stand out in this slightly altered version of Kanipenchina Ma Ammake. Anup Rubens does a neat job with this montage tracks. As said, Chandrabose’s lyrics are an asset for the number. Catchy tune with meaningful lyrics makes the song grow on listener.

6. Manam Theme – 4/5

Anup Rubens wraps up the album with theme song. The composition is quite impressive which starts off on a slow classic note and ends up in a contemporary fast pace. The theme song is soothing and creates a positive effect.

Final Verdict

All in all, Anup Rubens does an impressive job with Manam album. The album has hummable, soothing and feel good music that would entertain and enthrall the melody lovers. Do listen to Manam audio which is Rejuvenating & Refreshing.

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<![CDATA[1 Nenokkadine Music Review]]> 2013-12-20 12:10:46 aditya Superstar Mahesh Babu, Sukumar’s much awaited combo 1 Nenokkadine audio has been launched in grand style. Sukumar’s favorite Devi Sri Prasad has composed the music while he has scored tunes for the first time for Mahesh Babu. Expectations are quite high on 1 Nenokkadine album and let’s see how engaging the musical scores are.

Here is 1 Nenokkadine Music Review on way2movies. Read on folks…

1) Who Are You – 4.25/5

Singer: Devi Sri Prasad

Lyricist: Chandra Bose

Devi Sri Prasad blows you off with Who Are You number that strikes an instant chord with music lovers. Besides amazing hard rock style orchestration, DSP takes the song to the next level with his rendition. Chandrabose’s interesting lyrics are another asset. Great Start!!!

2) Aww Tuzo Mogh Korta – 3.75/5

Singer: Neha Bhasin

Lyricist: Chandra Bose

What’s more interesting to Aww Tuzo Mogh Korta is Neha Bhasin’s vocals who has spin the magic with her voice. Her voice is unique yet soothing to years. DSP’s yet another unique composition in Latino style. Expect some good romantic scenes on Mahesh and Kriti Sanon.

3) O Sayonara Sayonara – 3/5

Singer: Sooraj Santhosh, M.M.Manasi

Lyricist: Chandra Bose

Cheli Cheli Cheliya is a fast beat number in typical Devi Sri Prasad style. Despite a routine number, the song has good interludes. Sooraj Santhosh adds pep but this is a typical number that may not be liked by everyone. Let’s wait for the visuals.

4) You Are My Love – 4/5

Singer: Piyush Kapoor, D S P

Lyricist: Chandra Bose

Next up is You Are My Love, yet another refreshing composition from DSP. An awesome melody with engaging lyrics by Chandrabose and both Piyush Kapoor and Devi Sri Prasad leaves their mark with rendition. The beats are amazing with right mix of instrumentation bass guitar, keyboard and strings. No doubt, this song stays with melodies lovers for long time.

5) London Babu London Babu – 3.5/5

Singer: Priya Hemesh

Lyricist: Chandra Bose

DSP ends the album with a foot-tapping, fast-paced item number. London Babu is targeted at the masses and it will strike chord with them at instant listen. DSP makes the number impressive with right blend of folk and tchno while Priya Hemesh adds beauty to the number. Expect some stunning dance moves from Mahesh Babu and Sophie Chowdary.

Final Verdict:

1 Nenokkadine will be one of the best albums for Mahesh Babu while it may not be the best of DSP-Sukumar combo. DSP composes two instant chartbusters with Who Are You and You’re My Love. London Babu will be appealed by masses while Aww Tuzo has refreshing tune. All in All, 1 Nenokkadine sure reaches the expectations of the fans.

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<![CDATA[Bhai Movie Audio Review]]> 2013-10-24 14:22:32 aditya Nagarjuna is arriving to big-screens as Bhai in an out and out mass entertainer directed by Veerabhadram Chowdary. DSP has composed the tunes for this Nagarjuna produced film on Annapurna Studios banner. Here is Bhai Music Review. Read on…

1. Bhai – 3.25/5

Artist(s): Suchith Suresan

Lyricist: Ramajogayya Sastry

Devi Sri Prasad has kick-started the album with high energetic title song Bhai sung by Suchith Suresan that has added the needed zing to the number. Ramajogayya Sastry lyrics are neat and the song has become quite popular instantly. The visuals will help the song to stay for a long time with Nag’s fans.

2. Nemmadiga -- 3.25/5

Artist(s): Venu Srirangam, Swetha Mohan

Lyricist: Anantha Sriram

Next up is a soft romantic number Nemmadiga crooned beautifully by Venu Srirangam and Swetha Mohan. The song moves at a good pace and percussion instruments dominate making a breezy cool duet. Anantha Sriram pens lovely words. The song will slowly grow on to listeners.

3. O Pilla Pilla -- 2.75/5

Artist(s): David Simon, Rita

Lyricist: Ramajogayya Sastry

DSP has come up with yet another energetic track O Pilla Pilla which is a pulsating peppy duet crooned energetically by David. Ramajogayya Sastry’s lyrics are mediocre. Overall, a typical DSP number with racy beats.

4. Aibaaboi Neechoopu – 2.5/5

Artist(s): Tippu , Geetha Madhuri

Lyricist: Bhaskara Bhatla

Aibaaboi Neechoopu has nothing much to offer as per music but may appeal visually as it is targeted at the frontbenchers. Tippu and Geetha Madhuri rendered to the song infusing loads of energy while Bhaskar Bhatla does a decent job with lyrics.

5. Most Wanted – 2.75/5

Artist(s): Narendra, Mamata Mohandas

Lyricist: Ramajogayya Sastry

Bhai album ends up with item number and the highlight of the song is Mamata Mohandas vocal rendition. However, the hardcore DSP’s fans may not be delighted with this ordinary number filled with heavy beats. Most Wanted may appeal visually but for the audio listen for Mamata Mohandas voice.

Final Say

Bhai is a typical DSP mark album with his trademark tunes that entertains to an extent. However, Bhai is not the best of Devi Sri Prasad though the title song and Nemmadiga has the potential to stay longtime with the listeners.

Do Check out Bhai Movie Review

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]]> 0 <![CDATA[Masala Music Review]]> 2013-10-16 17:29:00 aditya Venkatesh, Ram starrer Masala audio has been launched on the eve of Dussera. Masala, the official remake of Bol Bachchan is directed by Vijay Bhaskar under Sravanthi Movies banner with Anjali and Shazahn Padamsee as lead ladies. Thaman is the music director of the film.

Way2movies brings you Masala Telugu film music review. Read on folks…

Ninnu Choodani -- 3/5

Singers: Ranjith, Shreya Goshal

Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry

Ninni Choodani is a romantic duet with decent lyrics by Ramajogayya Sastry. Shreya Goshal has done an excellent job for this melodious track while Ranjith has supported her well However Thaman’s musical score is ordinary. . Shot on Venkatesh and Anjali in exotic locales, the visuals might be interesting. Shreya Goshal makes it a treat for sore ears.

Kotallo Okkade – 2.5/5

Singers: Shankar Mahadevan

Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry

Next up is Kotallo Okkade is packed with heavy drum beats reminds you of 90’s style. Shankar Mahadevan does full justice to the song. Ramajogayya Sastry pens few meaningful words but was totally dominated by beats. Sounds routine…

Meenakshi Meenakshi – 3.25/5

Singers: Suchit Suresan, MM Mansi

Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry

Meenakshi is a fast paced melodious duet however reminds you of Thaman’s previous tracks. Lyrics are impressive while Suchit Suresan, MM Mansi fit the bill. The number has the rom-com feel and let’s wait for the visuals. Peppy Number…

Acharey Acharey –2.75/5

Singers: Ranjith, Bindu

Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry

Acharey Acharey is a bit similar to Nach Le Nach Le song from Bol Bachchan. The desi beats are interesting initially but loses its tempo. Ranjith, Bindu puts in lot of energy but couldn’t enegage listeners due t heavy instrumentation.

Masala Remix – 2.75/5

Singers: Rahul Nambiar, Naveen Madhav, Bindu

Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry

The album ends with the remix which is yet another routine peppy number however Rahul Nambiar, Naveen Madhav, Bindu have done a good job for the song. Lacks uniqueness…

Final Say

Masala is packed with peppy numbers with heavy beats that gels well with mass lovers. Thaman scores a pretty ordinary album but doesn’t experiment much though balances between romantic and mass numbers.

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<![CDATA[Ramayya Vasthavayya Music Review]]> 2013-09-24 14:32:39 aditya Young Tiger NTR’s forthcoming film Ramayya Vasthavayya audio CD’s are out in markets. Directed by Harish Shankar and produced by Dil Raju, the film has music by Thaman and lyrics by Srimani, Sahithi, Bhaskar Bhatla and Anantha Sriram. Thaman has delivered two hit albums Brindavanam and Baadshah for NTR and Did he manage to make a hattrick for NTR with Ramayya Vasthavayya? Read the Ramayya Vasthavayya music review below.

1. Jabilli Nuvvecheppamma -- 4.25/5

Artist(s): Ranjith

Lyricist: Anantha Sriram

Jabilli Nuvvecheppamma is a breezy romantic solo crooned by Ranjith and his soulful voice is a treat for sore ears. Thaman did a fantastic job in its instrumentation while Anantha Sriram impresses with his unique words. Jabilli Nuvvecheppamma promos have already been released and are making waves for NTR’s dances. Melodiously beautiful!!!

2. Pandaga Chesko – 3.5/5

Artist(s): K.K

Lyricist: Srimani

Pandaga Chesko is an energetic solo number with good beats and the guitar in the background that has potential to show NTR’s terrific dances for this introduction number of the star. Srimani’s lyrics elevate heroism. The song grows on to you on repeated listen.

3. O Lailaa -- 3.75/5

Singers : Rahul , Chorus

Music : SS Thaman

Yet another solo number in the album. The track starts of well and Rahul goes behind the mike for this energetic number and croons with style. Bhaskar Bhatla pens cleverly humorous lyrics for the song and going by the lyrics we can expect NTR going behind Samantha flattering her. O Laila will impress you with visuals but take a listen for the humorous lyrics.

4. Neneppudaina – 4.5/5

Artist(s): Shankar Mahadevan, Shreya Ghoshal

Lyricist: Sahithi

Next up is a romantic duet Neneppudaina sung by Shankar Mahadevan, Shreya Ghoshal which is just magical. The most talented singers have taken Thaman’s composition to next level. Sahithi’s lyrics are simple yet eloquently beautiful. The tune is quite catchy and stays with you for long time. Instant Chartbuster!!!

5. Kurrayeedu –3.5/5

Artist(s): Shankar Mahadevan, Suchithra

Lyricist: Srimani

Kurrayeedu is Thaman’s typical composition aimed at mass audiences but hinting at being a situational number. Shankar Mahadevan’s vocals are definitely delight to listen while Suchitra is at her usual best crooning for such energetic numbers. Srimani’s lyrics are rhythemic and neat.

6. Idhi Ranarangam –3.5/5

Artist(s): Ranjith, Rahul

Lyricist: Srimani

The album closes with a powerful number both in terms of composition and lyrics. The song may appear in a crucial sequence of the story. Thaman raises the tempo with his instrumentation and Ranjith, Rahul puts in loads of energy while Srimani yet again impresses with his words.

Final Say

All in all, Ramayya Vasthavayya album is quite impressive with mix of peppy tracks and melodies. Thaman delivers his best and scores a hattrick with NTR. Jabilli Nuvvecheppamma, Neneppudaina are the best melodies of NTR-Thaman combo till date making great impact on the listeners. Ramayya Vasthavayya lives up to the expectations.

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]]> 0 <![CDATA[Thoofan Movie Audio Review]]> 2013-08-31 12:25:29 aditya Ram Charan is set to make his debut in Bollywood with the film Zanjeer, being released as Thoofan in Telugu. Toofan audio songs have been launched on a grand scale a couple of days back and here is the music review. Thoofan casting Priyanka Chopra as heroine is directed by Apoorva Lakhia and produced by Flying Turtles and Reliance Entertainment. Read on Thoofan music review below

Song 01: Mumbai Ke Hero --- 3.75/5

Singer: Jaspreet, Roshni Baptist, Ram Charan

Music Director: Chirantan Bhatt

The album takes off with much publicized "Mumabi ke hero" number sung by Jaspreet. This Chirantan Bhatt's score portrays Mumbai police as heroes has dialogues rendered by Ram Charan which works in favor of the number. The song is stylish, cool, funny and expected to be visually appealing.

Song 02: Pinkie --- 3.25/5

Singer: Mamta Sharma

Music Director: Meet Bros Anjjan

Next up is the item number Pnky sizzled by the lead lady Priyanka Chopra while Mamta Sharma of Kevvu Keka song fame rendered to it. The music draws inspiration from Marathi folk song and the beats would appeal to the targeted audiences masses. Chandrabose lyrics could have been better.

Song 03: Preminchaa.. --- 3 /5

Singer: Sriram Chandra, Shalmali Kholgade

Music Director: Chirantan Bhatt

Premincha is a romantic duet with a decent pace and Chirantan Bhatt keeps the composition simple but Sriram Chandra appeals with his unique rendition. The Hindi version of the song is much appealing than Telugu for its lyrics. Premincha will be an eye feast with visuals.

Song 04: Vechchanaina – 3.5/5

Singer: Shwetha Pandit

Music Director: Meet Bros Anjjan

Vechanaina is a cabaret track, an energetic number that has Mahie Gill shaking leg. Shweta Pandits's voice is sensuous and beautiful and the lyrics are well-penned. The song will strike chords with the masses.

Song 05: Shakila Centu ---2.75/5

Singer: Shreya Ghoshal

Music Director: Anand Raj Anand

Shakila Centu sung by Shreya Goshal reminds of typical Bollywood style number. The visuals may grab attention but for audio, it’s barely passable. You can easily skip this track.

Final Verdict

All in all, Thoofan songs have the Bollywood flavour and the Hindi version (Zanjeer) makes better listen than Telugu for its lyrics. A couple of item songs Pinkie, Vechanaina may appeal to the masses. Mumbai Ke Hero is our pick of lot while Premincha has potential to impress with eye-catching visuals.

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<![CDATA[Thadaka Music Review]]> 2013-05-09 05:00:33 aditya Sunil, Naga Chaitanya teamed up for this multistarrer film Thadaka, the remake of Tamil hit Vettai. Andrea Jeremiah and Tamanna paired up with leads in this commercial entertainer directed by Dolly and produced by Bellamkonda Suresh. The makers have utilized the services of Thaman for the soundtrack and let’s checkout the Thadaka Music Review…

1. Nuvvu Nenu Bomma -- 3.5/5



First up is ‘Nuvvu Nenu Bomma..’ seems to be the introduction number describing the beautiful relation between the two brothers. The words penned by Bhaskarbhatla meaningful and a plus point of the track. While Thaman’s composition is high on energy and beats, it's an out and out entertaining number giving scope for dances from the leads.

2. Viyyalavaru -- 3/5

Singers:Neeti Mohan, Suraj, MM.Manasi

Lyricist:Ramajogaya Sastry

The second track in the album is Viyyalavaru, a fun before wedding number sung by Neeti Mohan, Suraj, MM.Manasi. It has a folk touch traditional beats but Thaman keeps the element of fun and naughtiness intact. Shot on all the four leads, it sure to be a visual feast and lyrics are fun.

3. Subhanallah – 2.75/5

Singers:Karthik,Priya Himesh

Lyricist:Ramajogaya Sastry

Next up is Subhanallah which has surprisingly Punjabi style. Karthik, Priya Himesh crooned with high spirits however, the song doesn’t work and looked old fashioned. Ramajogaya Sastry lyrics are nothing to boast of and the song is just a passable number. Let’s see if it can impress with visuals.

4. Mara O Mara – 3/5

Singers: Suchith Suresan, MM.Manasi

Lyricist: Ramajogaya Sastry

Mara O Mara is classy romantic duet with a mix of western beats shot on the beach locales on Naga Chaitanya and Tamanna. Lyrics have a mix of Telugu and Hindi words while the tune is quite catchy with singers doing a good job. Despite few references to Thaman’s earlier tracks, Mara O grabs your attention. A good listen!!!

5. Gana Gana Bottu – 3.25/5

Singers: Haricharan,Priyadharshini

Lyricist:Ramajogaya Sastry

Here comes a typical Thaman’s mass composition. Gana Gana.. is high on mass beats giving much scope for the dances. Haricharan has crooned with needed energy while Priyadharshani supported him well; the tune is addictively catchy and is expected to make a good watch on-screens.

Final Verdict

Thadaka album has a couple of energetic foot-tapping numbers in Thaman’s typical style while Mara O Mara is for the classy music lovers, and Viyyalavaru is expected to impress with visuals but the chances of the album topping the charts is quite less. All in All, Thadaka is not an album that stays for long though it’s not totally bad either.

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