Movie Album: Iddarammayilatho
Director: Puri Jaggannadh
Producer: Bandla Ganesh
Cast : Allu Arjun, Amala Paul , Catherine , Brahmanandam
|Run Run||Apache Indian, Sharmila|
|Shankarabharanamtho||Suchitra Suresan, Ranina Reddy|
|Violin Song||David Simon, Anitha|
|Ganapathi Bappa||Suraj Jagan|
|Top lechipoddi||Sagar, Geetha Madhuri|
|Run Run (DSP MIX)||Apache Indian, DSP|
1. Run Run
Artist[s]: Apache Indian, Sharmila
Lyrics: Ramajogaya Shastry
Apache Indian is back after a long time in Telugu. Lyrics are funny and cool. It starts off with a rap and the telugu lyrics from Apache Indian sounds crazy and yet catchy. It will surely reach the young crowds and it is well known that how Bunny can take this song ahead with his rare dance movements. Over all this is a perfect trendy and rap song to open an album with. Put your headphones and rap it!
Artist[s]: Mano, Suchitra Suresan, Ranina Reddy
Lyrics: Devi Sri Prasad
Are you a lover of classical and western music? Then this is a perfect Western/Classical Juglebandi song. Manu’s voice is magical throughout the song. The entry is hooking. The lyrics are funky and funny. Each “Raagam” is described funnily and later part is continued by western beat “Do you want some music?”
Looks like this can turn to be an “Extraordinary” (Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu) type of song. The visuals of this song features Brahmanandam, Amala Paul(Classical) and Bunny (Western) with some interesting movements. Surely will hit the chords in theatres with double impact! Listen to it. Have a try!
Artist[s]: David Simon, Anitha
Lyrics: Viswa, David Simon
Probably one of the best songs of the album. Right from the time when the trailer has been released the violin instrumental portions went viral resulting numerous ringtones, caller tones etc. The song itself got a new name – “Violin song”. It is a very good composed and lovely song that takes you to the new world right from the beginning mantras to the later violin music. Don’t dare to miss this one. The music definitely mesmerizes you. It is also another “Jugalbandi “song but here it is classical and romantic music. It can be considered as anthem of this film/theme music of the film. The song is definitely worth listening and you can even put on your repeat mode too!
4. Ganapathi Bappa
This is the most powerful, rocking and energetic song of the album. The beginning is interesting but later it is flat and becomes a usual song. It can be a westernized “Ganesh Chathurthi” song. But towards the end of the song – right from “Are you ready for Indian dance?” , it is filled with energy and bet you can’t stop dancing. Imagine what Andhra’s Micheal Jackson would have done? The song’s heart and soul is in the last 1 and half minute beats and the music where Bunny has a lot of scope in dance wise. A passable number but wait and watch out for dances.
5. Top Lechipoddi
Artist[s]: Sagar, Geetha Madhuri
Lyrics: Bhaskara Bhatla
If it is Devi and Bunny, one cannot imagine an album without an item song. This is very highly recommended for frontbenchers and item song lovers. Singers have done their best and even lyrics are pretty good unlike previous item numbers. It looks like it is rusty and raw duet song. But Bunny’s steps are the main
asset of this song where the sneak peak is already seen in teaser. Go for it if you are lover of mass item numbers and start imagining some amazing and brilliant dance from our “Abbai”.
6. Run Run (Remix)
Artist: Apache Indian, DSP
Lyrics: Ramojogaya shastry
This is a faster version of “Run run” in addition with DSP vocals. This song might
be in the ending credits, titles, promo purpose or making purpose. Three cheers for Apache Indian.
Once again the crazy combination is back with a bang. And it has also opened the door to a new “ Puri and Devi” combo. This album is the best and perfect treat for all the fans of Bunny, Puri and DSP. It is a summer musical bonanza for all music lovers. Every song internally has some classic touch, which reveals the main element and theme of the film. Hats off to DSP for giving some really foot tapping and jugalbandi songs. Download it or buy it (album) but don’t miss it!
Picks of the album: Violin, Run Run , Shankarabharanamtho, Ganapathi, Top Lechipoddi
Verdict: Rap, Indian classic, romantic, tapang, mass masala what not? All is one awesome package!