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Sathyavan Savithri Music Review

Sathyavan Savithri Music Review
Ramesh Arawind, Daisy Boppanna, Jennifer Kothwal, Mohan, Anirudh, Komal
Peppy And Melodious
Saturday, June 23, 2007 • Kannada Comments

Top ranking music director Gurukiran working for top ranking actor and successful director Ramesh Aravind has given top class tunes in 'Satyavan Savitri'. There are only three songs in this hilarious comedy 'Satyavan Savitri' and all of them very well executed.

The first song in the album Dr.Sathya.. set in the dentist cabin and surrounding is very funny. A comedy in clinic is evident from the lines Jum Jum Anthaithe Gun Gun. Dav Dav Manasu. is an attempt to draw the attention of the dentist from his job.

For this song the 'Qurbani' Hindi film tune is interspersed. The doctor asking whether your father is a terrorist because you are very warm is the novel thinking of lyricist Kaviraj.  Chytra the bubbly looking singer of over 150 films has tried her voice in a different modulation. Music director Gurukiran has also lent his voice for this peppy song.

The second song of the film 'Satyavan Savitri' is First Time Ninna Nodidhaga. sung very melodiously by Lakshmi the engineering student. This is going to be very popular because singer Lakshmi made it very soothing to the ears. What happened when the first time the love blossom, how the mind travel speedily, the haunting of love day and night is very well explained by lyricist Kavirarj. This is a song that suits very well for love birds and definitely be a good pick for Valentine Day.

The last song in the album Hello Boys.. Sung by young Apoorva Sridhar, Gurukiran and L.N.Shastri for Rajendra Karanth lyrics is a jolly song. There is western beat. This is an invitation of a girl to a boy to win the world some how or the other. Love is life, like needle and thread goes the lyrics. Gurukiran in the lyrics cajoling Subbammma, a song set in the presence of youths in a party.

Anand Audio producing and marketing this album has added one old and one new film songs from 'Kushalave Kshemave' and 'Cheluvina Chittara' respectively. In all there are 15 songs for the price just Rs.50.