Angyaathavaasi music review: Anirudh Ravichander’s debut Telugu album meets expectations
Angyaathavaasi music review: Anirudh Ravichander makes a promising debut in Telugu film industry with this Pawan Kalyan starrer.Updated: Dec 19, 2017 21:45 IST
Anirudh Ravichander is on a roll and we love what we have heard so far. The first two singles that were released by the makers, Baitikochi, and Gaali Vaaluga were both great tracks. One was peppy and the other was romantic yet sharp. After the audio launch that was held on Tuesday, the team released the album on music streaming sites. After having heard all the tracks, I must stay Gaali Vaaluga would top my playlist for sometime. The song is worthy of being listened to on repeat mode.
Anirudh has lent his voice for three of the five songs while Nakash Aziz has crooned AB Yevaro Nee Baby and Niranjana Raman has sung a beautiful classical number, Swagatham Krishna. This song is nowhere similar to Vivegam’s Kaadhalada, but it does signify that Anirudh has probably found his perfect album mix. All the peppy tracks from his upcoming albums - Thaana Serndha Kootam, Velaikkaran and Angyaathavaasi are aimed to impress the local audience. Then he has a romantic number, which he infuses with heavy metal or rock. There is the classical number of course, and then the generic song.
Out of the five songs the least impressive one is AB Yevaro Nee Baby. It is generic and does not offer anything new. Dhaga Dhaga Maney, on the other hand is something that you might not appreciate initially, but will warm up to after listening to it a few times. Emotion-wise, it is quite similar to Surviva in Vivegam.For a debut album, Anirudh has surely churned out an impressive album, which will add extra value to the Pawan Kalyan starrer.
The film directed by Trivikram Srinivas also stars Anu Emanuel and Keerthy Suresh.It is expected to release for Sankranti 2018.
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