The music of Junior NTR’s much anticipated film “Ramayya Vasthavayya” is out. Unlike ‘Baadhshah, RV’s soundtrack doesn’t impress you in the first hearing because it’s more on the lighter side with lot of pathos in its music.
The album opens with ‘Jabili Nuvve’ with a catchy prologue. Classical orchestration is wonderfully backed by Ranjith’s lyrics. It’s rhythmic, breezy and distinctly melodic making the song a good opening track to the album.
‘Pandaga Chesko’ by KK opens with English lyrics followed by constant guitar strumming. But, since we know Thaman has the habit of borrowing tunes without giving credit to the original. In this case, this song sounds so much like A.R Rahman’s song called “Urvasi Urvasi” from Tamil film Kadhalan. The intermittent use of violin and Veena is the perfect icing on the cake.
The next track ‘ Idi Ranarangam‘is highly energetic. It opens to heavy orchestration supported by powerful lyrics crooned by Ranjith, Rahul and Naveen. It follows a simple percussion beats and sounds mostly synthesized with digital sounds. It is likely to attract listeners with its strong lyrics.
Kurrayeedu is a typical Thaman song. It sounds like the Banthi Poola Janaki song from Baadhshah. It follows a nice folk beats collaborated with acoustic guitar and occasional digital beats and violins too. Shankar Mahadevan and Suchitra do justice to the song with their voice. It also includes some desi beats in between to spruce up the song.
Neneppudaina is another song by Shankar Mahadevan, but this one turns out to be too sappy. It has a melancholic tune supported by constant chorus. The lyrics are high on emotions, but the music doesn’t do justice as one would have expected.
The album closes with a highly energetic ‘O Lailaa’ song with beats that will automatically make the crowd go crazy in the seats. It is sure going to be a fast number laced with good NTR’s steps. It’s a typical Andhra style song targeted at the masses with flirtatious lyrics. Thaman uses lot of folk instruments to add some zing to the song.
On the whole, RV’s album misses the spark of “Baadshah”. Thaman is getting very repetitive with his compositions. If you listen to four or five of his films back-to-back, then you will realize that most of his songs sound so similar.
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