Sunday May 8, 2016

Brahmotsavam (Music review), Telugu – Mickey J Meyer

Posted by Karthik

Vacchindi kada avakasam no doubt has the strong AVICII flavor, but the Telugu-EDM song is great, catchy fun, led wonderfully by Abhay Jodhpurkar. The title song too carries the electronic sound, coupled with a neat title hook, this time headlined by Sreeramachandra. Mickey seems intent on covering electronic genre in Bala tripuramani and Put your hands up as well – while the latter is decent bubblegum-pop with obviously catchy dance hooks that are at times cringe-worthy, the former rocks, in Rahul Nambiar’s vocals and foot-tapping sound; Mickey layers this one with his inventive world-music’ish interludes too, for added effect. Mickey’s modern, pop-take on Madhurashtakam, in Madhuram madhuram, is fantastic. He gets Padma and Sridevi to sing it with the requisite piety, but in an ambient new package. His trademark sound is apparent in Aata paatalaadu, with Karthik handling the solo in his inimitable style, while the extended, repetitive hooks are the highlight of the song, besides fantastic chorus parts. Anjana Soumya and Ramya Behara hold together the reggae-style start and eventual faux-folk move in Naidorintikada really well. The prominent electronic sound including, Mickey delivers a crowd-pleasing and massy commercial soundtrack in Brahmotsavam, his 4th successful association with director Srikanth Addala!

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  • Jagan Kumaravelu

    Agree. Superb soundtrack from Mickey J Meyer. A very feel good crowd pleasing soundtrack and not tilting too much towards the noisy mass genre, which Telugu music is often known for. Waiting for the Tamil version soon (this one is a bilingual). Hope the lyrics are good in Tamil since its a bilingual.

  • Bhanu

    Put your hands up song was very hip and nice to see a Telugu song sounding as good as a SEL disco song.

  • The cinematography by Rathnavelu and the massive sets designed by Thota Tharani need a special mention. With great art work, the first half of
    the movie looks like a huge celebration indeed. Sadly all those unnecessary song sequences remind us of a Sooraj Bharjathiya movie,
    where the entire family is super excited about everything and breaks out
    into a dance with the drop of a hat. You can see the complete Mahesh Babu movie Brahmotsavam Review at

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