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Nayaki Music Review

Nayaki Music Review
Giridhar Productions House
Trisha ,Ganesh Venkatraman, Sathyam Rajesh ,Jay Prakash, Brahmanandham, GV, Manobala, Sentrayan, Kovai Sarala, Madhu Latha
Giridhar Mamidipalli and Padmaja Mamidipalli
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.


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.


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

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