Monday June 28, 2010

Subhapradam (Music review), Telugu – Mani Sharma

Posted by Karthik

Tappatloi seems straight out of Keeravani’s repertoire, and its catchy tune does help. Mauname chebutendi sounds like a nice, retro melody, but it is quite bland for comfort, while Yelelo is a strange mishmash, heading nowhere. Manisharma gets back to his forte in Nee navvey; simple, pleasant rhythms, but very unlike K Vishwanath’s style! Bailele bailele has its folk ambitions intact, but has a jaded tune. Orimi chalama’s grand ambitions never materialize, while Ambaparaku treats a classical tune with the respect it deserves; nothing more. Barely functional soundtrack that begs the question – Vishwanath gaaru, why not Ilayaraja? Or even Keeravani?

Keywords: Allari Naresh, Manjari, Manisharma, K Vishwanath

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  • Anonymous

    “I have no prob with the words frigging piece of junk,, sense true to me”. Really?nnOk then, thank you for that frigging piece of junk comment! 🙂

  • So true.. I liked it…. And Mr. milliblog.. pls write better reviews.. it does have no sense and will be a big nonsense.. Hope these words are civilized…. I have no prob with the words frigging piece of junk,, sense true to me..

  • milliblog

    “I have no prob with the words frigging piece of junk,, sense true to me”. Really?

    Ok then, thank you for that frigging piece of junk comment! 🙂

  • hari

    I watched this movie and this is probably the worst KVV movie ever, do not even know what was he trying to do or say?
    It shows in the songs too, some are good like Tappatloi, Nee Navvey, however the songs can be enjoyed somehow while watching the movie but on their own might be a stretch except the above 2 songs.

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