Thursday January 14, 2010

Music review: Kedi (Telugu – Sandeep Chowta)

Posted by Karthik

Sunidhi Chauhan puts up her grungy best in Kedigadu, even as Sandeep’s backgrounds pack a phenomenal punch, particularly the imaginative interludes, while Arijit Singh and Neha Kakkar ace the sweet, breezy melody in Neeve na; its catchy rhythms stay on long after the song is over! Saleem Shahida, sounding a bit like Kailash Kher, is scintillating in the best song of the soundtrack, Enduko enthaki – very Buddha Bar’ish and perfect play-in-a-loop material! Relarey has Sonu Kakkar in her usual, nasal best, but it is the composer who scores brilliantly with his unique brand of sound, while his vocals and guitar go one notch up in Short and Sweet – this is one track worth listening to the nuanced backgrounds alone. Neelo emunnade, Mu mu muddante‘s remix (from ANR’s Adrushtavantudu) and Janiya jane are adequately foot-tapping but after the above, they sound almost disappointing and that’s saying much! Kedigadu’s orchestra version is exhilarating – the imaginatively soaring violins are proof of what Sandeep is capable of! All that international collaboration is finally making its way into Sandeep’s music who seemed stuck in a filmy rut last year, despite some groovy tunes. Kedi’s soundtrack is his best in a long time!

Keywords: Nagarjuna, Mamta Mohandas, Sandeep Chowta, Kedi music review, Kedi telugu music review

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