Mega Power Star Ramcharan Teja, Tamanna’s ‘Racha’ music was released couple of days back with much fan fare. The film is directed by Sampath Nandi on Super Good Movies and already title song of ‘Racha’ caught the imagination of public. Let us see what mystic spell Manisharma cast with his musical beats.
Racha (Title song)
Title track of the film attracted immense attention even before its release. Manisharma lived up to the mega expectations of the viewers. Deepu performed perfectly and though the lyrics doesn’t make any sense like ‘He is the Mr.Tees Mar Khan Racha’, the tune of the song appealed to mega fans and that is what matters more. ‘Jeevanam Maa Naannichadu, Neevitam Meericharu’ appeals to all.
Vana Vana Velluvaya (Remix)
Artist(s): Rahul Nambiar, Chaitra
A remix of Megastar’s superhit from ‘Gang Leader’. Rahul Nambiar and Chaitra performed the new number. Rahul as known got the reputation of singing melodies well and Chaitra did justice to the song but those who listened to the old number may give thumbs down to the new remix version.
Artist(s): Tippu, Geeta Madhuri
This is a peppy number sung by Tippu and Geetha Madhuri. One is reminded of ‘rendaka rendak’ song from ‘Aparichitudu’ and even the music resembles the same. Geetha Madhuri bought variations in her voice and it is good for her as she is getting same item numbers for long. Tippu is known to sing these songs quite well.
Artists: Hema Chandra, Malavika
Romantic fast beat by Hema Chandra and Malavika. Lyrics like ‘Sirul, Digul’ truncating chaste telugu may not appeal to avid music lovers but Hem Chandra and Malavika mesmerized all with their voice.
Artist(s): Shukhvinder Singh, Sahiti
Peppy number sung by Sukhvinder Singh and Sahiti. Sukhvinder’s unique voice and name of ‘Cherry Cherry’ bought appeal to the song. It was even performed during audio release function also.
Manisharma is making a comeback of sorts in tollywood after a deep silence with this high profile film. As Cherry said he tried for mass image with his tunes and gave melody a go. The audio will appeal to mega fans but nothing special for music lovers.
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