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Most Eligible Bachelor Music Review

Most Eligible Bachelor Music Review
GA 2 Pictures
Akhil, Pooja Hegde, Amani, Murali Sharma, Jaya Prakash, Pragathi, Sudigali Sudheer, Getup Sreenu, Abhay, Amith
Bommarillu Bhaskar
Bunny Vas, Vasu Varma
Gopi Sunder
A Gopi Sundar Musical
IndiaGlitz [Monday, October 11, 2021 • తెలుగు] Comments

A Gopi Sundar Musical

The first single from 'Most Eligible Bachelor' is out, on Aditya Music.  Here we present its review.  The other songs will be reviewed as and when they are out.

Manasa Manasa

Singer: Sid Sriram

Lyricist: Surendra Krishna

Sid Sriram's songs have started to sound more or less similar unless you are talking about classics like 'Samajavaragamana'.  In his attempt to mainstream offbeat vocals, the singer seems to be overdoing it.  Surendra Krishna's lyrics are nuanced.  However, since the female protagonist is a stand-up comedian in the movie, it would have helped to wittily refer to her sense of humour (assuming she has one).  Gopi Sundar's music is melodious and attention-grabbing.

Guche Gulabi

Singer: Armaan Malik

Lyricists: Ananta Sriram, Shree Mani

For a change, two lyricists have penned the song that has the lover boy telling us how self-absorbed he is in love. The line 'Neekosam vethukuthoo unte, ne maayam avthunnane' shows that love has made him lose himself in her. For a film that has 'bachelor' in the title, this one is rich in poetic flavour. Armaan Malik's voice is refreshing and is striking. Music wise, the romantic song has Gopi Sundar at his self, as he allows a smattering of 'Motta Modatisaari' from 'Bhale Bhale Mogadivoy'.

Ye Zindagi

Singers: Haniya Nafisa, Gopi Sunder

Lyricist: Ramajogayya Sastry

Sastry's lyrics work as a slow-burn effect. Music director Gopi Sunder doubles up as a singer, bringing the dense romantic feel of some of his previous songs. Haniya Nafisa brings to the song a unique offbeat, indie feel with her tender voice. Shot as a road song, it is unique in terms of how the lyrical video has been staged. As part of the film, 'Ye Zindagi' might possess different vibes.


Singer: Sid Sriram

Lyricist: Sreemani

The lyrics are about the dreamy world of a young man who is in a live-in relationship with a girl of his choice. Sreemani's lyrics don't tinker with the spirit by infusing non-Telugu words or colloquial language, and it's as though he is writing a duet. The romance is credited with being the force that makes time irrelevant. 'Chanuvu konchem penchukuntoo, thanuvu baruvey panchukuntoo' is a line that is laced with sensual meaning. Sid Sriram's style is intact; given how he makes the notes sound like they are cousins of his previous songs, one wonders if he is never going to change his typical style. The music is impressive.

Chitti Adugu

Singer: Zia Ul Haq 

Lyricist: Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry

Director Baskar's movies have at least one song that talks about the protagonist's inner churn. 'Orange', especially, was evidently special in this regard. 'MEB' has got one in the form of 'Chitti Adugu'. Sirivennela's lyrics are outstanding. The line 'Acchanga thanala undha andham choopey nee roopam. Nee sontha chirunaama laa kanipistundha ee malupu' is such a beautiful line. Zia Ul Haq's voice is enjoyable and brings to the table a Ghazal-like feel.