Is it just me or does it seem like Mickey J Meyer is the music director for every movie that is about to release. I remember reviewing A Aa album by him very recently. When I first heard the songs from the movie "Brahmotsavam", I was a little underwhelmed.
Madhuram Madhuram doesn't do much, it is just a standard fair. Vachindi Kadha Avakasam sounded eerily similar in feel and style to "Mari Anthaga" from SVSC. Abhay Jodhpurkar sang ably well. "Brahmotsavam" starts really well and also stays well throughout. Sreerama Chandra did a good job, except his voice was not recognizable at the first listen. "Aata Paataladu" was okay but it seems like Version 3.0 of "Vachindi Kadha Avakasam" and "Brahmotsavam" songs. Those three songs pretty much belong to the same genre so I am worried of them shoving down some serious lessons. I found the slow pace of this song slightly off and the lyrics were strictly okay. I almost was expecting the Vachindi Kadha song to turn into Brahmotsavam song, both were given the same treatment. Naidurintikada was well made but the lyrics were lazily done. The nasal touch in the female voices was a little off-putting. Again, the pace of the song was probably a half beat slower than it could have been. I have already seen the visuals of "Bala Tripuramani" and it seemed like a regular fare. I could not get the mood of the song, it was not romantic, not funny, not teasing or lilting. Rahul Nambiar's voice sounded very good though. "Put your hands up" was ably performed by Sravana Bhargavi. Songs like this are her strong suit but I am also visualizing a slow move towards the pigeon hole.
I was not very impressed with the album overall. Especially, when I heard two other albums by the music directors (A Aa and Okka Ammayi Thappa) and quite enjoyed the other two albums. This one is a so-so fare for me. I could not connect to it. Brahmotsavam song stands out.