Nadamuri Kalyan Ram is back after a brief gap with Pataas. Music of this film was launched recently, and composer Sai Karthik has given some interesting tunes. Let’s now see how the complete album is.
Analysis:- The first song in the album is the youthful number Dhamki Maroo. Lyrics of this song are quirky and the singing only adds to the whole tempo of the song. This number has a complete festive effect and elevates Kalyaram’s attitude completely. This songs will surely hit you once you watch its colorful visuals.
Analysis:- The second song in the album is the hit track Osi Chinnadana. Sung exceptionally well by Rahul Nambiar, this number is probably the best song in the album. With a good mix of romance and teasing, this song has everything going its way. The hook up line has been tuned very interestingly making this quite a fun song.
Analysis:- Moving on, third song in the album is the massy number Tappa Tapam. Once again, Sai Karthik has made sure that he does not miss his hook up lines, and designs this number in a complete commercial way. Lyrics are funny and the chorus only adds to the mood and fun element in the song.
Analysis:- Moving on, last song in the album is the title song Power Unnodu. This is a typical montage song which showcases the heroics of the lead star. Tempo of the song is peppy and the orchestration is upbeat. Lyrics have been written keeping Kalyanram’s character in mind and gels nicely with the script of the film completely.
On the whole, Pataas is probably Sai Karthik’s best work till date. Keeping the commercial angle of the film in mind, he has not experimented much and has churned out some good catchy numbers. Osi Chinnadana, Tappa Tapam and Power Unnodu are our picks and will surely be lapped up by the masses alike.
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