This is the second outing for Vishal Chandrasekhar in the Telugu movie industry. After a long time, I heard music that was not overwhelmed by chaotic background instruments. The album is flavorful, with a healthy mixture of fun, romantic, and situational songs.
Rara Ravera - A well-composed song is brought to life in the hands of an adept singer. Hemachandra does an amazing job with the song. I can already imagine Nani doing full justice to this job with his easy-going acting style.
Nuvvante Na Navvu -This is my favorite song in the album. I liked the violin bits in the song. Haricharan and Sinduri did a great job with the song, especially Haricharan. The first part of the song reminded me of "pyaar hua ikraar hua". The song switches back and forth between a personal romantic montage and an idealistic love montage. It would be interesting to see the picturization of the song. I enjoyed the lower notes much more than the high-pitch notes. A symphonic composition.
Krishnagadi Veera Prema Gaadha - Brought back memories of all the "Burrakathas" I listened to in my childhood. Ranjith's voice was good. The song was strictly okay.
Ulikipadaku - Ulikipadaku - This song has a very different feel and seems like quite a departure from the rest of the album. A tad bit high octane song. I liked the lyrics for this song.
Aa Seetha Devaina - The song starts really well. The feel is similar to Nuvvante Na Navvu song. I liked the orchestration in this song. This isn't really a full-blown song but more like the BGM score for the movie.
The overall album has a genuine rustic tinge to it, which made for a refreshing experience.