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Banner:Annapurna Studios Pvt. Ltd. 
Cast:Nagarjuna, Sneha and others 
Direction:V Vijayendra Prasad 
Production:Nagarjuna Akkineni 
Music:MM Keeravani
Album ★★★★★½☆☆☆☆
Rajanna is King Nagarjuna’s upcoming period drama. The movie has been directed by Vijayendra Prasad,
 father of S.S Rajamouli. Music has been composed by Keeravani and the audio album was released into 
the market without any fanfare. You could say MM Keeravani enriches  the music of Rajanna with a melange 
of genres. From the folksy to the patriotic, rustic and soothing, Rajanna has gotten everything an avid music 
listener would appreciate as a wholesome treat. Lyrics by different writers for the film are of great appeal;in 
the absence of which the  album would have seemed incomplete. Let us see how the songs stack up.
Song Rating
Gjijigadu ★★★☆☆
Raa Ree Ro Rela ★★★☆☆
Karakuraathi ★★½☆☆
Lachuvamma Lachuvamma ★★½☆☆
Chittiguvva ★★½☆☆
Okka Kshamam ★★½☆☆
Goodu Chediri Koila ★★½☆☆
Kaaligajje ★★½☆☆
Vey Vey ★★½☆☆
Dorasani Korada ★★½☆☆
Melukove Chittitalli ★★½☆☆
Amma Avanee ★★★☆☆

1)Gjijigadu
Artists: Sanjeev Chimmalgi, Kaala Bhairava
Lyrics: K Sivadatta

This is a slow song that is rendered with a lot of emotion by the singers. Sivadatta’s lyrics are poetic and have a lot of depth. The invocation of pleasurable universal symbols, but those closely identified with the rural life, is stimulating. Keeravani’s music is classy and has a nice rustic feel that is in keeping with the theme and situation.

2)Raa Ree Ro Rela
Artists: Madhumita, Revanth, Shravana Bhargavi, K Sahiti, Amrithavarshini, B. Ramya
Lyrics: Ananth Sriram

This is another rustic tune that is slow and melodious. The singers have done a good job with the vocals. Keeravani’s music is perfectly in sync with the feel and mood of the song. The song is about mother earth and how labourers are dependent on her. Lyrics are nice and have a very heavy Telangana influence. The immensely playful and stirring lyrics and rendition make Raa Ree Ro Rela one of the bests.

3)Karakuraathi Gundello
Artists: MM. Keeravani, Kailash Kher
Lyrics: K Sivadatta

This song is a soulful rendition that describes the angst of people suffering at the hands of the Razakars in the Telangana region. Keeravani has done a magnificent job with the vocals and you can actually make out the anguish in the number. K Sivadatta’s lyrics are disturbingly sympathetic. Music takes a backseat and this song gives primary importance to lyrics.

4)Lachuvamma Lachuvamma
Artists: Deepu, Shravana Bhargavi
Lyrics: Suddala Ashokteja

The folksy song is a category apart in the album. Deepu and Shravana Bhargavi have rendered the song with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. Suddala Ashok Teja’s lyrics are apt for the song and carry a heavy Telangana influence. This is probably a duet and keeravani’s music is classy and peppy.

5)Chittiguvva
Artists: Shivani, Venu, Sanjeev Chaimmalgi, Ramya
Lyrics: Ananth Sriram

This is a melodious song that has some very heavy carnatic music influence. Keeravani’s music is slightly repetitive. Anantha Sriram’s lyrics are good and he proved him once again.The interspersing of notes and Sa Re interlude was a necessary aberration. All the singers have done a good job.

6)Okka Kshanam
Artists: Balaji, Deepu, Revanth, Rahul, Pridhvichandra
Lyrics: Ananth Sriram

This is a short bit number with some good lyrics from Anantha Sriram. Music is soulful and takes some time to get used to.

7)Goodu chediri koila
Artists: Mettapalli Surender, Chaitra
Lyrics: K Sivadatta

This is a sad number that is rendered well by Chaitra and Surender. Music is slow and rustic. In fact, the music just plays a supporting role. Keeravani seems to be drawing from his ouevre, but the song is still delightfully executed. Lyrics are the key and they are good. These songs will take a lot of time to get used to.

8)Kaaligajje
Artists: Mettapalli Surender, Chaitra
Lyrics: Mettapalli Surender

This is a very earthy folk bit number. Mettapalli Surender and Chaitra are totally in their element and the song proceeds along at a good pace. Native instruments and beats dominate this song.

9)Vey, Vey 
Artists: Revanth
Lyrics: Suddala Ashokteja

This is a very powerfully written song and is sure to be a highlight in terms of picturization. Revanth has done a good job with the vocals and his performance captures the intensity and force in the lyrics. Keeravani’s music is rousing and will stir feelings deep within your heart. If there is one very contemporary yet revolutionary song in this album, it is this.

10)Dorasani Korada 
Artists: Amrithavarshini
Lyrics: N/A
The short ditty is high on classical music, sans the lyrics.Perhaps the musical is situation in the film and heart-rendingly ends with an agonised cry of Amrithavarshini in the end.

11)MelukoveChittitalli
Artists:Sudarshini
Lyrics: Chaitanya Prasad

This is a short song that is totally dominated by Sudarshini’s vocals. Chaitanya Prasad’s lyrics are poetic and there is a heavy Telangana influence. Music takes a backseat once again in favour of the singers. Sans instrumentation, Melukove is a good listen.

12)Amma Avanee
Artists: Malavika
Lyrics: K Sivadatta

The song is a stirring homage to the motherland. Malavika did a good job with the lyrics in this sentimental song. Sivadatta’s lyrics are good and there is a good change in pace in the vocals. This song will take some time to get used to and will be a good number to listen to.

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