Monday September 13, 2010
Brindavanam (Music review), Telugu – Thaman S
Remo’s Yuvakula is at best a poorly-sung, noisy mess. But the composer works up a catchy, bombastic techno-folk number in Eyi raja, while Karthik and Suchitra’s Nijamena is what Manisharma’s melodies are usually made of; similar in sound, scope – pleasing nonetheless. Vachadura is standard, rhythmic jingoistic fare, despite composers like Koti and Keeravani pitching in. Oopirage‘s high-pitched, ambient pathos doesn’t work, while the retro-to-raucous mass number, Chinnadho, is way too predictable to be appealing. Mojjaray, featuring Baba Sehgal falls flat too; loud, chorus’sh; going nowhere. Masala fare from Thaman that hits all predictable – but not the right – buttons.
Keywords: Junior NTR, Thaman S, Kajal Agarwal