Banner: Shreya Productions
Cast: Naga Chaitanya, Amala Paul and Prabhu
Direction: Vivek Krishna
Production: Ramgopal Varma and Kiran Kumar Koneru
Music: Amar Mohle, Pradeep Koneru and Prem
|Durgamma Krishnamma||Jo Jo Nathaniel|
|Adagaku Nannemi||Javed Ali, Chandreyee Battacharya|
|Ninnu Choosina||Javed Ali, Swetha Pandit|
|Konte Choopulu||Hemachandra, Geetha Madhuri|
|Beza Beza||Jojo Nathaniel|
|Bejawada Theme Song||Prem|
1. Durgamma Krishnamma:
Artist: Jo Jo Nathaniel
This is an intense song which is filled with adrenaline. The opening starts with strong music coming from violin, drums, tambourine and other instruments. The pace of the song is moderate but the real thrust comes from the voice of the singer who has modulated it with great intensity. Jo Jo’s husky voice leads to confusion as to whether it was sung by DSP. The lyrics have been written with native flavour and this will appeal to the people of Vijayawada.
2. Adagaku Nannemi
Artists: Javed Ali, Chandreyee Battacharya
Lyricist: Kaluva Sai
This is an interesting duet which is filled with melody. The song takes off on a slow note and the usage of piano, guitar, keyboard and other instruments. The pace is quite steady and both the singers share a good chemistry and fill their voices with passion. This is more like a soothing romantic melody. Bapitutul here seems to be trying to give a break for the audience from the racy and boisterous proceedings.. The lyrics have been written with the right choice of words that convey the feelings of those in love rightly.
3. Ninnu Choosina
Artists: Javed Ali, Swetha Pandit
Lyricist: Sira Sri
This is a song to watch out for. There is intensity, passion and strong energy flowing in it. The track takes off with a good mix of Keyboard, Bass guitar, Cello and flute. Despite its intensity, there is a flavour of melody in it. The duet has been rendered very well by the singers and gives a classical touch to the number. The real life for the song comes from the lyrics which strike a deep chord with the essence of passion and togetherness.
4. Konte Choopulu
Artists: Hemachandra, Geetha Madhuri
Pradeep Koneru could be tuning a song for a Sreenu Vytla film.The song’s mood is celebratory and is good to the extent that it is peppy and hum-able. The singers are at their usual best. However, the tune is not traceable to a popular number.
5. Rammu Ginnu
Lyricist: Sira Sri
Pradeep Koneru’s item song is just about okay. Though he doesn’t offer anything new in this ‘punch drunk’ song, Deepthichary’s voice is the saving grace. The writer mixes a lot of alochol related vocabulary.
6. Aigiri Nandini
Lyricisit: Sri Adi Shankaracharya
It’s a dare attempt by amar doing this song in this movie. Ravishankar voice is good. One would want to ask where was the need to thoroughly RGV-ise the pious song beyond recognition?
7. Beza Beza
Singers : Jojo Nathaniel
Lyrics : Sirasri
This song reached to millions as it was released months ago on youtube. Lyrics by Sirasri are good. He included kamma-Kapu words brilliantly in lyrics,.However, listening to the song, you will think that they are being chased out of Bejawada.
8. Le Legara
Singers : Srikanth
Lyrics : Chaitanya Prasad
It is a situation song. As tune is normal it should be supported by strong visuals. Music by Prem serves no other purpose than reminding you one more time that albums of RGV films are sickeningly repetitious.
9.Bejawada Theme Song
Varma mark theme song. The sound works just right.Prem’s short theme music is gripping.