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The very title must have got Thaman give foot-tapping numbers. Added to the title, Ravi Teja is the one doing the 'power' role. So, don't expect anything less than a sure-short mass album. And this one is exactly that.
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When it is Thaman, expect a lot of exuberance in the air. As if to match the title's theme, he dishes out a rumbustious music. If that is a qualification, the rumbustiousness of Rabhasa is not in many colours. Thaman induces a deja vu feeling in two songs, while the others live up to his image.
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Praveen Lakkaraju's music for this album is inspired. The album, nevertheless, is decently entertaining. It has got a melange of voices and genres of music.
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Run Raja Run

'Run Raja Run's music director seems to have begun with experimenting a bit. Maybe he was wanted that way by his director. The album has got a quirky side to it. A song crooned by Chinmayee, that comes in the end, is the best in two senses: the music as well as its ability to undo the offbeat feel of the whole album.
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Alludu Seenu

When it is Devi Sri Prasad, everyone has high expectations. ''Alludu Seenu'' is an album that manages to dish out average music.
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Pora Pove

'Pora Pove' is a mediocre album with some of the songs bordering on the banal. Music directed by Vindo Yajamanya, it has all seven songs in total, most of them insubstantial.
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Here we have an album that could actually be a promotional track in service of Pawan Kalyan. From the lyrics to the music, everything is mediocre about it. The track has five songs, three of which will be seen as devotional songs meant to build an image around Pawan Kalyan.
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Shekar Chandra's new album lives up to the expectations. Karthikeya, starring Swathi and Nikhil, has six songs in total and has a range of singers regaling us with their renditions.
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Ra Ra Krishnayya

Ra Ra Krishnayya by a less known music director like Achu does deliver goods. Although the tunes are not imaginative, the musician makes the package attractive with his creative inputs.
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When Anup Rubens was selected for Manam, it was perhaps not expected that someone known for his romantic songs will excel in doing justice to a demanding and different genre like Manam. It turns out that Manam is a family entertainer with a difference.
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Chandamama Kathalu

Mickey J Meyer's albums have always inspired good amount of interest. He has carved a niche for himself with his flair for melodious and classy music.
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Race Gurram

Thaman delivers an ace. 'Race Gurram' was an audio which was expected to be snazzy and appealing to the masses at once. It fairly lives up to the expectations.
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When it is DSP, all music lovers look up to the album with expectations. When it is Balakrishna, the ruralites, especially, feel that they are in for unalloyed masala. A rare combination this, and the audio of 'Legend' lives up to the image the combo conjures up in one's mind.
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Aaha Kalyanam

Since Aaha Kalyanam is the remake of a Bollywood number, much was expected from the album. The album more than meets the expectations because it presents us what we did not look for: a Bollywoodian feel for at least 3 songs.
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Autonagar Surya

Autonagar Surya comes at a time when Anoop Rubens is counted among the best musicians in the industry. Since it is directed by a director of mellowed taste, the album was awaited by the discerning audiences from the beginning.
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