Monday March 12, 2012

Racha (Music review), Telugu – Mani Sharma

Posted by Karthik

Mani Sharma skilfully tones down the Bappi’ness of Gang Leader’s Vaana vaana in its remix, and maintains a nice blend of Bollywood and Telugu sound. Dillaku dillaku and Oka paadam are shockingly similar to Harris Jayaraj’s material – the former owes it to Anniyan’s Randakka, while the latter, despite the harmonica similarity, holds a lot more life than the average Harris track. Singareniundhi has a manic rhythm and is catchy, but doesn’t add up to much, leaving the title song to do the honors – templatized, but still a foot-tapping listen! Even in post-Mani Sharma Telugu cinema, he hasn’t changed much.

Keywords: Ram Charan Tej, Tamanna, Racha, Manisharma, Mani Sharma

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  • I am fairly disappointed with the album.Manisharma is working on a very
    limited # of films these days.So, I expected this to be much
    better.Title song was ok,Dillaku dilla has given me a chance to listen
    to Tippu’s voice after quite sometime.oka paadam was good.To me,Singarenundhi’s beats are a mix of Mani’s “Ramachilakamma” (Choodalani vundi),”Jai Jai
    Ganesha” from “Jai Chiranjeeva”,”Chilakkama mukkuki” from “Gudumba
    Shankar”.

    • Initially i felt songs are not good, but after listening several time i found very good…especially singareni undi song is supurb..nice beats…i feel like dancing for that.

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