Saturday July 20, 2013

Atharintiki Dharedhi (Music review), Telugu – Devi Sri Prasad

Posted by Karthik

Aaradugula bullet(u) goes through the motion in typical Telugu hero intro-style, but Devi manages to infuse a stylish sound. Ninnu chudugane is Devi’s show – oh-so-cool tune and his drawl’y vocals are fantastic! Shankar Mahadevan seems perfect for the faux retro-style Bapu garu bomma – catchy tune, orchestrated well. The short Deva devam, with its pseudo-classical base is a showcase of Palakkad Shreeram. The soundtrack loses steam with the last two songs – Kiraaku and Time to party are way too similar to Devi’s insipid earlier material and simply refuse to work. Average stuff from composer Devi Sri Prasad.

Keywords: Atharintiki Dharedhi, Devi Sri Prasad, Pawan Kalyan



  • intacto

    3 songs worked for me…aaradugula bullet,ninnu chudugane and bapu gari bommaa.

  • Rahul

    Some songs sound good, when you understand lyrics… If u cant understand telugu, please stop reviewing telugu albums… Ur reviews are always wrong when it comes to telugu… U post best about the crap albums…

    • intacto

      reviews cant be wrong as they are subjective.He has just posted his opinion.You may or might not agree with him.

  • Kiran (VIMS)

    Review is perfect, except that I liked Kiraak may be because of catchy lyrics..

  • shafeeque

    im a malayalee.. i dnt knw telugu.. bt as a coomon listener of dsp music.. this album s nt an average one.. catchy all the way…

  • gautam kumar

    ….and devi does it again! undoubtedly the no.1 composer in telugu industry. aaradugula and kiraaku have become instant hits

  • ryerram

    loved all of the songs!!!
    devi is on a roll after iddarammayilatho and yevadu!!!

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