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Ishq Walla Love Music Review

Ishq Walla Love Music Review
Akira Films
Adinath Kothare, Sulagna Panigrahi, Suchitra Bandekar, Leena Bhagwat, Bhargavi Chirmule, Sukanya Mone, Apoorva Nemlekar, Sagar Talashikar, Shailesh Datar, Rahul Mehendale, Satish Pulekar, Shubhangi Damle, Amruta Ghuge, Shrikar PitreVijay Verma
Renu Desai
Avinash - Vishwajeet, SJ Surya, Sagar-Madhur
Ishq Wala Love
Ishq Wala's music
Monday, October 27, 2014 • Telugu Comments

This album is carefully crafted offering a bevy of lyrical variety.  The lyrics by Vennelakanti, Chandrabose, Bhuvanachandra, Ramajogayya Sastry are there for all age groups.

The selection of a range of singers proves another big plus.

Hello Kusala Mena Cheli

Artists:  Hemachandra
Lyricist: Vennelakanti

The romantic duet comes with soothing lyrics from Vennelakanti.  The lyrics speak of the boy's heartfelt feelings and describes what the newborn love has done to him.  Hemachandra's mellifluous rendition suits the song perfectly.

Ninnu Chuste

Artists:  Swapnil Bandodkar, Anandi Joshi
Lyricist: Chandrabose

The song comes with profound lyrics and a soft music.  Chandrabose's knack for writing deep lyrics needs no introduction.  Added to this is the music director's excellent instrumentation and tuning.  Swapnil's vocals are mature like Yesudas', whereas Anandi Joshi's voice is eminently soft.

Cheyijari Poyena

Artists:  Anandi Joshi
Lyricist: Chandrabose

The short number comes with a melancholic touch.  Chandrabose pens profound words yet again to give a perfect expression to the girl's mood.

Nivvu Aade

Artists:  Hemachandra
Lyricist: Bhuvanachandra

Bhuvanachandra's lyrics are haunting and come with a contextual meaning as well as a universal appeal.  Hemachandra delivers the difficult song with panache.  He proves yet again that he is one of the most gifted singers of this generation.  The music is in the pure mode, although here and there the influences are there for all to see.

Choopule Churukkumanna

Artists:  Mangesh Borgaokar, Bela Shende
Lyricist: Rakendu Mouli

Bela Shinde's mellifluous voice reminds one of Shreya Ghoshal.  Mangesh sounds extremely good and eminently native.  The music does come with a smattering of inspiration.  Rakendu Mouli's lyrics are like a breeze.


Artists: Chinmayee, Rakendu Mouli
Lyricist: Ramajogayya Sastry

For a song that is not in the regular mould, Chinmayee and Rakendu Mouli prove a blessing.  Ramajogayya Sastry's lyrics come with a dose of both apparent and subtle lyrics.  The song is sure to appeal to those who have a taste for non-obvious tuning.

Maye Marache

Artists: Harini, Gopika, SP Shailaja, Vaishali
Lyricist: Bhuvana Chandra

The medley of singers make the jamboree-filled lyrics all the more a celebration.  SP Shailaja's vocals are clearly identifiable, so also Harini, Gopika and Vaishali.  Bhuvana Chandra's lyrics are a rip-off but they are enjoyable nevertheless.  The music passes muster.

Ninne Ninne

Artists: Pranavi, Suraj
Lyricist: Vennelakanti

The song comes with a non-Telugu native flavour but Vennelakanti's lyrics are laden with meaning.  One gets it good because of Pranavi and Suraj.  The music is just about ok.

Verdict: The album comes with a reasonably fine music.

Rating: 3.25/5