Saturday July 8, 2017

Nakshatram (Music review), Telugu – Bheems Ceciroleo, Bharath Madhusudhanan and Hari Gowra

Posted by Karthik

Laayire could fit in any 90s Chiranjeevi potboiler seamlessly, with its heady faux-Punjabi mix. Bheems’ second song, Ey papa could be easily mistaken for Mani Sharma’s, with its whispery vocals and exotic sounds. But his last, Time ledu, beyond the catchiness, is pedestrian. Bharath Madhusudhanan’s Pedaviki nuvvante has a quaint, put-on retro sound, but the tune, brought alive by Nayana Nair and Anuraag Kulkarni make it work! Bharath’s other song, Hello pillagada is frivolous, but easy-on-the-ears techno. Hari Gowra’s Sudigalalley, with its booming sound and sitar, feels a bit outdated. Krishna Vamsi extracts a hardcore masala mix from his composers.

Keywords: Nakshatram, Bheems Ceciroleo, Bharath Madhusudhanan, Hari Gowra

PS: Is this Hari Gowra the same ‘Hari Gaura’ who composed for Thungabhadra?

Listen to the songs on Saavn:

Listen to the songs on YouTube:

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  • Nandu

    Same Hari Gaura who composed Thungabadhra and Krishnamma Kalipindi Iddarini…:)

    • milliblog

      Thank you – good to know he has moved on to bigger directors like Krishna Vamsi.

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