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Dorasani Music Review

Dorasani Music Review
Banner:
Suresh Productions and Madhura Entertainments
Cast:
Anand Deverakonda, Shivathmika Rajashekar, Kannada Kishore, Vinay Varma, Sharanya
Direction:
KVR Mahendra
Production:
Madhura Sreedhar Reddy, Yash Rangineni
Music:
Prashanth R. Vihari
A Prashanth R Vihari musical
Wednesday, July 3, 2019 • Kannada Comments

A Prashanth R Vihari musical

The first single from 'Dorasaani' is out, on Madhura Audio.  Here is our review of the song.  The other songs will be reviewed as and when they are out.

Ningilona Paalapuntha

Singer: Anurag Kulkarni

Lyricist: Goreti Venkanna

Goreti's language is authentically rooted in the native.  The deployment of most evocative of words is commendable, capturing as they do moods of both the protagonist and his ambiance.  Anurag Kulkarni's voice is striking, coming as it does with a flourish of excitement; it brims with optimism. Vihari's composition is focused and non-stylized yet glamorously appealing.

Kallallo Kala Varamai

Singer: Chinmayi Sripada

Lyricist: Shrestha

Shreshtha's lyrics are rich with allegorical flavours.  'Paalabuggaloni talukule, vennupoosalona vanukulai, kantipapalona kavithalaa maare' is profound even as it avoids cliched language and comparisons in verbalizing the anxious joy and unmistakable desires of a lover girl.  Chinmayi Sripada enblisses the already-blissful song with her impeccable and matchless talent; after blockbusters like 'Enti Enti' in 'Geetha Govindam', she dominates once again.  The 'raga' is definitely inspired but the toppings make it feel like an original one.  There is a method to his magic.

Kappathalli

Singer: Anurag Kulkarni

Lyricist: Goreti Venkanna

The lyricist uses allegories and metaphors to describe the unfolding love story in the hearts of the lead pair.  The language is totally rooted, drawn as it is from the environs of rural Telangana and its local culture.  Anurag Kulkarni moulds his voice atypically, with remarkable finesse.  He makes it sound all the more cannily boisterous.  The tuning is neither new nor novel but the appeal is there, given the mood.

 

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