Tuesday July 12, 2016

Pelli Choopulu (Music review), Telugu – Vivek Sagar

Posted by Karthik

Ee babu gariki comes alive with its spritely country music sound and Suraj Santhosh’s spirited vocals. Chinuku taake is gorgeous, as a melody, but Amritavarshini’s singing pulls it down a notch. Raalu raaga poolamala is an interesting concoction – a cool techno layer over Wilson Herald’s retro tune. Merise merise‘s easy-on-the-ear tune is marred by a questionably shrill wind instrument. Ranjani Sivakumar’s short classical piece Aanandamayenu is significantly accentuated by the opening string instrument and eventually, Tejas Mallela’s violin. Spitfire Friends closes things on a funky note, with its catchy rap. Catharsis front-man Vivek Sagar’s solo debut shows ample promise!

Keywords: Vivek Sagar, Catharsis, Pelli Choopulu

PS: Vivek Sagar’s debut was Race (2013), which he composed along with his Catharsis band mate Sanjay Das.

Listen to the songs:



  • Prashanth (Vijay) is a clueless youth. Him and his two other friends,
    Kaushik (Priyadarshi) and Vishnu (Abhay) are good for nothing and spend
    their time just whiling away doing absolutely nothing. Prashant’s
    passion lies in cooking. He tries making youtube videos on cooking but
    fails at that too. Vexed, his father arranges for a match for
    Prashanth. This is where he meets Chitra (Ritu Varma). She is focused
    with her life. Wants to go abroad, but agrees for this match making
    drama only to please her father. That is when they discuss about the
    revolutionary food truck business.You can see the complete Movie Pelli Choopululu Review at http://www.teluguodu.com

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