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Nayaki Music Review

Nayaki Music Review
Banner:
Giridhar Productions House
Cast:
Trisha ,Ganesh Venkatraman, Sathyam Rajesh ,Jay Prakash, Brahmanandham, GV, Manobala, Sentrayan, Kovai Sarala, Madhu Latha
Direction:
Govi
Production:
Giridhar Mamidipalli and Padmaja Mamidipalli
Movie:
Nayaki
The Nayaki sound
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 • Telugu Comments

Raghu Kunche comes back with a folkish and modish touch as is relevant.  Bhaskarabhatla has penned the lyrics.  Trisha, Chinmayi, Raghu Kunche, ML Sruti, Malavika, Hanuman are the singers.

Bayam

Artist: Trisha
Lyricist: Bhaskarabhatla

For a genre like this, having a 'bayam'-full song of this sort is in order.  Bhaskarabhatla's lyrics talk about the all-pervading 'bayam' in a rather mundane but entertaining language.  Trisha debuts as a singer with this Raghu Kunche musical.  Her voice is soft, and also suits the quirkiness of the number.  Raghu Kunche does a fine job with the instrumentation.

Idemito

Artist: Chinmayi
Lyricist: Bhaskarabhatla

The lyrics hold a mirror to the protagonist's mental state and fantasies.  The soft music gives enough room for the lyrics to play out fully.  Chinmayi's mellifluous voice is a good value addition.  Raghu Kunche plays well to a set template.  The sound sounds like somewhat oldish and that is probably intended.

O Sandhya

Artists: Raghu Kunche, ML Sruti
Lyricist: Bhaskarabhatla

This is one song in the album with a pronounced modish feel.  The lyricist employs English-language words to convey the mindset of the modern characters.  Although there is nothing imaginative about them, Raghu Kunche and ML Sruti do their best to redeem the number.  Music-wise, Kunche's melodious output works here and there.

Jai Bhadrakali

Artists: Malavika, Hanuman
Lyricist: Bhaskarabhatla

The song comes with all the usual suspects: glorification of the punishing deity, references to evil doers in dark terms, beats that border on the folkish, lyrics that draw from mythology.  Malavika and Hanuman do a good job and that's all.  Raghu Kunche should have shown imagination in pulling off from a higher pedestal.  In the absence of anything fresh, it is merely passable.

Verdict: The album is all of 15 minutes.  Raghu Kunche does a good job with instrumentation and tuning in at least two songs.  The selection of the singers is noteworthy.

Rating: 3/5