Tuesday May 10, 2011

Veera (Music review), Telugu – Thaman S

Posted by Karthik

Ekkadekkada is predictable Thaman-material, but is still engaging, mainly due to NS Ramya’s confident vocals. O meri bhavri too employs all familiar Thaman stock-sounds to good effect in a tune that mildly resembles Band Baaja Baraat’s Dum dum. Chitti chitti reuses Thaman’s own Nagaram tune – sounds fresh, still. Hossanam (O sanam?) works like a Harris Jayaraj track – staid, but curiously addictive. Karthik’s short track Chinnari is pleasant, while the soundtracks ends on a high with two pulsating numbers – Mavilla, a power-remix of NTR’s Driver Ramudu masala track and a whistle-worthy title song! Enjoyable commercial cocktail from Thaman!

Keywords: Ravi Teja, Kajal Agarwal, Thaman S, Veera music review



  • We are getting bored of thaman’s music in Telugu. He has to review his thoughts about telugu audience.

    • Agreed completely. He has bring some novelty…not sure why he goes for auto-tuning always…it may be his assumption that people like that sort of music but comparatively DSP does good job….Thaman pls relook and bring some new stuff

  • Suresh Hari

    absolutely loved this album! especially hossanam, chinnari and ekkadekkada

  • sbt webmaster

    Songs are good and the movie going to be a Masshit

  • xlnc .

     Hey, this is unrelated to your blog here, but I didn’t know how else to get in touch with you. Could you compare the songs “Jeene Ke Ishaare Mil Gaye” from the movie Phir Milenge and “Blowin’ In The Wind” by Bob Dylan? I have a strong feeling there’s been some ‘inspiration’ at least, but haven’t found any confirmation yet.

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