Friday August 25, 2017

Arjun Reddy (Music review), Telugu – Radhan

Posted by Karthik

Nikitha Gandhi breezes through the whispery and pleasant Dhooram effortlessly, along with that lilting guitar base. Radhan makes particularly lovely use of the chorus that takes up almost the last 50 seconds and ends the song beautifully. Telisiney na nuvvey and Emitemitemo see Radhan channeling his inner Amit Trivedi! Both the songs offer compelling and punchy rock sounds that could have been straight out of Dev.D, with the hooks, ‘Naa praanam nuvve/Naa antham nuvve’ and ‘Telusaa/Chebuthaa’ offering a catchy high to both songs. Revanth and Alphonse are fantastic with the searing vocals, respectively. Radhan unleashes some inventive veena-dubstep laden fusion in Madhurame, and in Sameera Bharadwaj’s confident singing, the song is a superb listen. Gowthami is splendid in Mari mari that mixes a waltz’y backdrop—and the strings background sounding a lot like that of Santhosh Narayanan—to some highly interesting infusions of semi-classical humming. Oopiri aaguthunnadey starts really well with that wonderful mandolin, but settles into a predictable groove. Gundelonaa closes the soundtrack on a unique note given the complete absence of any music with only Sowjanya’s singing propping the thoroughly engaging melody. After a brief masala outing in Radha, Radhan gets back his Andhala Rakshasi-Yevade Subramanyam form in Arjun Reddy!

Keywords: Arjun Reddy, Radhan, 200, #200

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