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Prema Kavali Music Review

Prema Kavali Music Review
Max India Productions
Aadi, Kyadharin, Devgil, Brahmanandam, Ali, MS Narayana, Supreeth, Shafi, Geetha Singh and MS Narayana
Vijaya Bhaskar K
K Achi Reddy
Anoop Rubens
A right mix of melody and fast beat
IndiaGlitz [Monday, January 24, 2011 • తెలుగు] Comments

With many of the family members of existing artistes and technicians making their debut, yet another boy from an artistes' family expressed his wish to appear before the camera. He is Aadhi, son of Dialogue King Saikumar, who made his debut as hero with this film. The film is directed by K.Vijayabhaskar and is being produced by K Achireddy on the banner of Max India Productions. Isha Chawla is also making her debut as heroine through this film. While his father and grandfather were known to have a perfect voice for modulation and dubbed their voice for several other artistes, we have to wait and watch how Aadhi performed on the screen. Hope a tiger would definitely give birth to a tiger, let us hope Aadhi would also make a mark on the screen. Anup Rubens gave melodious tunes to all the songs. Though a couple of songs are a little slow, the remaining are with a fast beat and make the audiences to tap their feet while listening them.'

Dum Dum Dolu Baaje    Listen here

Artist(s): Benny Dayal
Lyricist: Ananth Sriram

The new generation lyricist Ananth Sriram is known for penning lyrics by using English, Hindi and Telugu words freely in the songs to bring josh to the youth. Though the song begins with western music, Anup Rubens gave the song a folk touch, by using trumpet, guitar and drums in a rhythmic style. The tune has good foot tapping music and makes the youth to dance to the tune when played in a party. The use of Guitar and drum beat was perfectly mixed by the music director. However, the length of the song is a bit long and appeared to have been stretched. Possibly, the director must have insisted on the extension to showcase the dancing talent of the artistes.

Chirunavve Visirave   Listen here

Artist(s): Vijay Prakash
Lyricist: Ananth Sriram

The song was tuned in a melodious passion as it appears to be the hero's appreciation of the heroine. Song begins with a guitar bit with an age-old and routine drum beat in the backdrop. Surprisingly, the lyricist completely penned the song with Telugu words and it seems the song was filled with melody because of the non-inclusion of other language words. Had the background drumbeat was replaced with some other traditional instrument like tabla, it would have been further melodious. Still the song is good to listen.

Tolakari Chinukai   Listen here

Artist(s): Ranjith, Shreya Ghoshal
Lyricist: Sahithi

It is quite a romantic song. Shreya Ghoshal's husky voice did complete justice to the tune. Ranjit's high pitch voice too helped her in maintaining the romantic aspects in the song. In the beginning there are a couple of English words to give a fast pace to the launch of the song. The literary values in the song are good. Use of keyboard, guitar and drums was perfect in the song and elevated the romantic situation and one would get the romantic feel even while listening to the audio song.

Listen To My Heart   Listen here

Artist(s): Anuj, Anjana Soumya
Lyricist: Bhuvana Chandra

This is a fast beat song. It is a duet with the hero pleading with the heroine for accepting his love and listen to his heart. Though the song was tuned with a fast beat, the woman singer's voice is quite melodious and only the audiences could feel the fast beat only when Anuj sings the song. After the second stanza again the song picked up speed with both the voices equally gains pace. The electric guitar beat in the end elevated the level of the song.

Manasanta Mukkalu Chesi   Listen here

Artist(s): Kay Kay
Lyricist: Ananth Sriram

It appears to be a pathos song. It appears the hero is expressing his anguish over the misunderstanding of the heroine. Ananth Sriram penned the lyric based on the situation. The music director gave the tuning with a touch of `Chirunavve Visirave.' song between stanzas. Though it is a sorrowful song, the music director tuned it in a fast beat instead of stretching in a sorrowful mood. Not that bad to listen but at the same time can't attribute it as melodious.

Nuvve Nuvve Naa   Listen here

Artist(s): Chitra, Vijay Prakash
Lyricist: Ramajogaiah Sastry

It is a duet between the hero and heroine and the song begins with the laugh of the most melodious singer Chitra. She joined the male voice with a humming at the end of the first stanza. Ramajogaiah Sastry maintained good literary values in the song and the music director too tuned in a melodious manner and the music did not dominate the lyric and gave a good scope to listen to the lyric clearly. This song was also penned with complete Telugu words and without mixing any other language words.

Chirunavve Visirave (Remix)   Listen here

Artist(s): Vijay Prakash
Lyricist: Ananth Sriram

While the original song was tuned in a melodious tune, the remix tune was at a fast pace. It was proved that a music director could give a song a fast beat even if the lyricist pens a song with Telugu words and the song is good listen even in the fast beat. Though the original song appeared to be not so good, this remix version is foot-tapping.