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Krishna Vrinda Vihari Music Review

Krishna Vrinda Vihari Music Review
Ira Creations
Naga Shaurya, Shirley Setia
Anish R Krishna
Usha Mulpuri
Mahati Swara Sagar
A Mahati Swara Sagar Musical
Wednesday, September 14, 2022 • Kannada Comments

A Mahati Swara Sagar Musical

In this section, we are going to review songs from 'Krishna Vrinda Vihari', which is a Saregama Telugu album.

Title Track

Singers: Ram Miryala, Mahati Swara Sagar

Lyricist: Kasarla Shyam

This one is a song that lets Ram Miryala betray his strengths. His energetic rendition lends a touch of force to the song. Kasarla Shyam's lyrics are situational. Unlike the 'Varshamlo Vennella', 'Emundi Ra' and 'Tara Na Tara', this one is entirely driven by an element of quirkiness. Mahati's composition is inspired.

A Mahati Swara Sagar Musical

Tara Na Tara

Singers: Mahati Swara Sagar, Nakash Aziz

Lyricist: Srimani

The composition is middling. We get a sense that the music is more a rehash than anything else. Srimani's lyrics feel fresh in bits and pieces. More often than not, the song is noisier than it should be. Rapper MaaHaa revs up the song but not by a so much. The rap written by Sanjana Kalmanje adds an extra dose of English-language words. Compared to 'Varshamlo Vennella' and 'Emundi Ra', this one is average.

A Mahati Swara Sagar Musical

Emundi Ra

Singer: Haricharan

Lyricist: Harsha

If the pitch of the song suggests that the dance moves have to be sprightly, the slow-paced moves as seen in the lyrical video are at odds with the tune. Haricharan delivers high-pitched stretches, only to be failed by lifeless choreography and visualization. Music-wise, the song feels like a dumbed-down version of Mahati's previous tunes of a similar genre. All in all, a disappointment of a song.

A Mahati Swara Sagar Musical

Varshamlo Vennella

Singers: Aditya RK, Sanjana Kalmanje

Lyricist: Shreemani

It's not for nothing that the song has been billed as the 'Romantic Song Of The Year'. The lead pair don't go wild, but the sensuality is really authentic. Aditya RK and Sanjana Kalmanje render the intimate song with convincing sincerity. Shreemani's lyrics don't hit below the belt and yet convey the sexuality of the mood quite well. Mahati's melody works fine on many levels, as it also brings back to memory vintage vibes.