Gautamiputra Satakarni Songs Review: Nandamuri Balakrishna’s 100th film Gautamiputra Satakarni had its audio songs launch on December 26 in an excellent style in the midst of many exhibitions and expound courses of action. The music score is rendered by Bollywood Music director Chirantan Bhatt. Chirantan Bhatt has joined with National honor winning movie director Krish Jagarlamudi on upcoming Telugu movie “Gautamiputra Satakarni”, which lauds the enormity of Satavahana ruler Satakarni. He says that music is bit challenging and in addition fascinating venture to deal with.
|Cast||Balakrishna , Shriya Saran, Hema Malini|
|Music Director||Chirantan Bhatt|
|Producer||Sai Babu Jagralamudi|
The collection comprises of 5 tunes. Here is the album review. Check it out below:
1.Ekimeda – Udit Narayanan and Shreya Ghosal
The albums take off with a tantalizing folksy melody which is beautifully sung by the veteran singer Udit Narayanan and Shreya Ghosal. The lyrics of the song are catchy, which express the love between the lead pair, have been backed with a disciplined and sweet composition. The chorus is excellent to keep the listener hooked and Chirantan has produced great tunes with timely deviations in the rhythm. A perfect hit song on the album.
2. Gana Gana Gana – Simha and Anand Bhaskar
The next comes an aggressive number sung with by Simha and Anand Bhaskar in a high-pitched. The lyrics narrate the preparedness of soldiers to get into the battlefield and fight for glory. As this is a situational song, it might create more impact with the on-screen visuals with passionate percussions and fast paced trumpet beats.
3. Mruga Nayana – SP Balasubramanyam and Shreya Ghosal
The third song is sung by Balasbramanyam and Shreya Ghosal. We come across an eerily romantic number which is sung soulfully. Chirantan has used ethnic drums and synthesized sounds to produce the desired effect for this song. The lyrics are meaningful and a bit complicated. The subtle variations in the mood of the song are evident throughout. This is not that kind of song that draws the listener instantly but will grow on with repeats.
4. Saarvabowma – Vijay Prakash and Keerthi Sagatiya
The penultimate song, sung with energetic vocals by Vijay Prakash and Keerthi Sagatiya in the album is a hair-raising war cry song. The song has a superlative lyrics that lifts the mood of the listener instantly. The captivating crescendo and the impressive rendition makes this song the best one of the album. A Chartbuster all over it.
5. Singhamupai Langhinchenu – Vijay Prakash
The album ends with an interesting number, a narrative song. The song is written by writer Sai Madhav Burra and involves narrating and singing parts which deal with the events that have great prominence in Gautamiputra Satakarni’s life history. This song is also sung by Vijay Prakash.
Gautamiputra Satakarni album is something that, tastes like history meets novelty. Chirantan did a decent job with his novel composition. It’s a perfect blend of historical film and traditional music. Definitely worth hearing.