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Cast:Prabhas, Trisha, Sanjana, Mohan babu
Direction:Puri Jagannadh
Production:K.S. Ramarao
Music:Sandeep Chowta

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Bujjigadu - Melody is missing in this album
IndiaGlitz  [Tuesday, April 22, 2008]

The audio of 'Bujjigadu' was released through the hands of South India Super Star Rajanikanth in Chennai. Sandeep Chowtha, who made his debut into Telugu film industry through 'Ninne Pelladatha' scored music for this movie. As per the indications, the hero's dialogue modulation has the scent of Tamil coupled with East Godavari region slang. Keeping all this in view, the music director composed tunes that suit Tamil film style. But for a couple of songs, the music was not that impressive. However, those who love songs with mass beat, the album is a feast for their ears.

Sudu Sude
Artistes:
Sandeep Chowta, Shruti Patak
Lyricist: Bhaskarabhatla

The number starts a variety music borne out of keyboard, coupled with a drumbeat. Guitar sound was included in a mild tone in the background. The tune goes smoothly and in a slow beat. After listening twice or thrice, the audience could feel a romantic humming as the lyricist used English, Hindi and Telugu words of his choice. The female voice joins in the second stanza giving a romantic feel. Again, the music director gave a small twist to the tune by keeping a different sound, apparently to give a chance to choreographer to compose variety steps to the artistes. Sandeep Chowta himself rendered the song and the composition was very simple with just two or three instruments.

Chitti Aayire
Artistes:
Pradeep Somasundaran, Sonu Kakkar
Lyricist: Bhaskarabhatla

The song begins with a 'saakee' with guitar in is backdrop. Immediately, the song takes the turn of a mass beat with drumbeat coupled with guitar in the backdrop. As the song progresses, again Sandeep Chowta chose to use keyboard again which is really a safe bet for him.  Fortunately, the lyricist used Telugu words in stanzas. However, the humming between songs again had words from different languages. The humming had the style of a rap song. This humming gives the youth a feel not only to tap the feat but also dance if the situation permits.

Dhadak Dhadak
Artistes:
Sandeep Chowta, Nikita Nigam
Lyricist: Kandikonda

This number is tuned with a youthful music. However, it has the scent of old commercial formula song of 80s and 90s. This tune too starts with a humming. After a few seconds of violin play, joined by keyboard later, the song begins with a male voice. A point to mention here is that in almost all the songs, the music director did not go for a huge troupe and restricted it to very limited musicians. In this particular number, he chose violin to assist the key board. Nikhita's voice is very chirpy and romantic.

Love Me
Artistes:
Sandeep Chowta, Nikita Nigam
Lyricist: Kandikonda

The beginning of the song appears to have been done with an inspiration from the film 'Sivaji'. The extended trumpet sound with a jazz drum beat in the backdrop gives the feel of listening to Sivaji song. The male voice rendered by Sandeep Chowtha was quite airy and has a typical slang. Nikhita, however, is okay with her support voice to the music director. All through the song, that Sivaji tune haunted. It appears that the lyricist had tried to pen the lyric to suit the situation.

Guchchi Guchchi
Artistes:
Shruti Patak
Lyricist: Kandikonda

This song was tuned in a mass tune. The humming in the backdrop indicates that it might be an item number. In this song, the music director used a host of instruments. There were loud noises all through the song. The chorus humming is very noisy. The jazz beat continued to remain the same all through the song. Of course, guitar, keyboard played key role even in this number, despite th

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