Chakri’s music churned out a good audio album this time for VV Vinayak. Chandrabose penned lyrics.
- Dil Maange More: This is a good dance number by Kunal Ganjawala and Mahalaxmi. Talks a lot about the hero and his relationship with Bezawada (Vijayawada), which is the backdrop of the film.
- Tu Mera Jil Jil: The lyrics have lots of Hindi words. This is the best and most hummable number of the album. Udit Narayan and Sadhana Sargam did a very good job. At times though, Sadhana’s voice fails to render some fast words (naa badi nuvve, naa gudi nuvve, naa odi nuvvega) in a native way. Overall, this is the song that lifts the album to class level.
- Muripinche Maina: The song starts with the tune of Thannana Thannana from Guru, but after a few seconds, the true colors of the song are revealed in the voices of Farid and Kousalya. This fast number would for sure impress youth and mass audience.
- Taratta Ettukupotha: Kunche Raghu is back! His voice fits very well for Raviteja and I love this singer. You may term this song as the title song. The tune goes through several variations and has potential to exploit the director and hero of the movie during filming of the song.
- Nee Soku Mada: Music director Chakri himself gave voice to this number. This song is a breed of a classic tune with current day lyrics (?) and some rap. It has all the words one would use in a verbal street side fight, in the disguise of teasing the lead actress. This song may be funny enough in the movie, but may not be the right one to hear repeatedly. Why would I spoil the mood of listening to a classic tune with the out of sync lyrics?
- Adaragottu: This tune is a typical Tamil vamp song (I think I heard this tune in one of the Tamil music channels while flipping channels.) May work well in B and C grade centers. The voices of Vasu and Sivani gave the results expected for such numbers.
Overall, this album takes the movie audio much farther than VV Vinayak’s previous flick. With the cast led by Ravi Teja, this album matches the expectations of audience. A good album to have in your commercial movie collection.