Young hero Nithiin’s upcoming romantic entertainer Chal Mohan Ranga’s complete audio album was out a few days back. Composed by Thaman, the album has six tracks in total. We bring you the review of this much-awaited album.
Analysis: This is the first song in the audio album. The song has been sung by Rahul Sipligunj. Pedda Puli is a famous song which is played at joyful events in Telangana. The song is nicely adapted and presented with catchy lyrics.
Song 2: Very Very Sad
Analysis: Sung by Yazin Nizar and Sanjana Kalmanje, Very Very Sad is a breakup song composed on a lighter vein with soothing beats. Lyricist Balaji uses very familiar words to connect with young listeners. This content-driven song may work well on the big screen.
Analysis: Miami is an outdoor party song sung by Aditi Singh Sharma, Rita and Manisha Eerabathini. Thaman composed this track laced with full-on western beats, making it a perfect pub number. Trendy lyrics by Neeraja Kona add more zing to the song.
Analysis:This is the fourth song in the album and it is sung by Nakash Aziz. Peppy tunes by Thaman and nicely blended lyrics by Kedarnath make this song an instant chartbuster. Young music lovers will love this song instantly.
Analysis: This melodious song starts with a cute conversation between the lead pair and takes off with a pleasant tune. Lyrics by Krishna Kanth are catchy and star singer Rahul Nambiar’s voice is a huge advantage for the song.
Analysis: In this number, sung beautifully by Sreenidhi, Thaman comes up with a new experiment by composing the song in a classical format. Lyrics by Raghuram are very apt for this situational song, which may make more impact on the screen.
Chal Mohan Ranga’s audio album has all kinds of variety – melody, western and mass numbers. Our picks are Very Very Sad, Vaaram and Ga Gha Megha. Overall, CMR songs will provide a decent treat for music lovers.
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