Saturday April 2, 2016

Sarrainodu (Music review), Telugu – SS Thaman

Posted by Karthik

Thaman splits Sarrainodu into 3 melodies and 3 dance tracks. Of the melodies, Telusaa is the sweetest, with lovely vocals by Sameera Bharadwaj and Jubin Nautiyal. Athiloka sundari is Vishal Dadlani’s show and Thaman’s rolling percussion gives him superb company. You are my MLA has utterly corny lyrics, but in a simple, addictive tune! Of the danc’y tracks, Private Party is heady electronica, with a super punchy hook, while the title song is blazing Andhra masala. Blockbuster, with its kuthu beats and infectious singing by Shreya Ghoshal and Nakash Aziz rounds off things in style. Rollicking fun album by Thaman!

Keywords: Sarrainodu, SS Thaman, Thaman S

Listen to the songs on Saavn.



  • Siva Prasad

    Extremely boring and jaded album given a rollicking fun tag by Karthik ! Telusaa is saving grace ! May be if someone does a mish-mash of Kontakt library, Karthik will like it and give it a similar tag !

  • Jil

    Apart from Boring Thaman
    he Produces some Brilliant Tracks Tym n Again

    Telusa Telusa n Private party are Cool Traks
    MLA is A Humming Tune for Fun 😀

  • Arjun shows his professional skills, putting lot of hard work bringing
    in life to his character. Rakul and Catherine looked stunningly
    beautiful in their comfort levels. Both the female leads on screen time
    could be much better. They were gorgeously hot in songs, especially in a
    couple of songs ‘Private Party’ and ‘Telusa Telusa’. ‘Telusa Telusa’
    song resembles Gerua song from Dilwale but it looks fresh in Tollywood.
    Each song in the movie is different and Thaman’s music is mesmerizing.
    He managed to pull himself out from plagiarism. All songs are different
    especially MLA song which is outstanding from all.You can see the complete movie Sarrainodu Review at

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