The complete album of Aravindha Sametha is out. After the summer vacation, this is the first biggie to come in Telugu cinema; it also happens to be the first time coming together of Trivikram Srinivas with Young Tiger NTR. The expectations are bound to be high.
Since there are only four songs and two singles were already released, there is nothing much to add to what is already a general consensus on the album and music by SS Thaman. The music is recycled, but the freshness is maintained. The lyrics are good, and the singing is apt. Technically, the songs are good, and Aravindha Sametha is a neat album. Having said that, it offers no help to the movie before release in adding hype. It will, in fact, make expectations low, considering the sombre and emotional nature of the situational type songs.
“Peniviti” is the standout number in the four-song album. The lyrics are superb. So is the “Ran Rudhiram” part in the “Yeda Poyinado” song. It is sensational, but as a whole song it lacks the appeal, and it isn’t a chart-topping variety either.
Overall, Aravindha Sametha generates a very situational and emotional feel even though two out of four are fun numbers. These could be big, but that would be only “after” the release, and if they click visually on screen. For now, the wait and hopes shift to the theatrical trailer.