Babu Bangaram is the most awaited albums this season which stars the hit couple Venkatesh and Nayantara in lead roles. The film is directed by Maruthi. For the first time, Victory Venkatesh has teamed up Maruthi and the music is composed by the feel good composer Gibran. Here is our exclusive audio review of the album:
1) Mallela Vaana:
The peculiar album begins with a breezy number Mallela Vaanla with delicate guitar strums and soft vocals of Naresh Ayyar. Rama Jogayya Sastry’s riveting lyrics give the song a new melodious touch. The interludes are intelligently woven around eeriness and classicism. An impressive number indeed!
A brilliant rustic fusion number Snehithudo paves the way for a seasoned album. Ranjith K G’s sultry vocals are too good. The song flows like a river thanks to mesmerizing lyrics by Sri Mani.
3) Babu Bangaram:
The singer Gold Devraj arrives next delivering an unpretentious track Babu Bangaram which speaks effortless about the qualities of a man in style. Bhaskarbhatla’s lyrical magic strikes again with timely usage of wonderful words. The track is feisty with right chord, and an effective fusion of celtic bagpipes as well. The overall track creates a mesmerizing ambience for the listener to rejoice.
The boiled up emotions are perfectly depicted in Dillunnode sung by Dhanunjay and rami making no mistakes. However, the track doesn’t confine to anger and motivation alone but touches various aspects of war’s impact such as sadness, despair, hopelessness and what not! One can notice the eerie chorus which was made to perfect use throughout the track’s progress. Sri Mani’s lyrics are too good.
5) Raka Raka:
Raka Raka on the other hand is a melancholic melody sung by the sweetness overloaded Chinmayi in effortless ease and supported by singer Yazin Nizar. The singers gives the track a newfound life in form of their immortal voices and the orchestration religiously follows the lead- without coming much obvious in the forefront. Rama Jogayya Sastry’s lyrics are the heart and soul for this track.
6) Babu Bangaram Theme:
The theme arrives in the finale with all the style and persona needed for Venaktesh’s. Shabir nails it perfectly with his amazing lyrics. Watch out for those bass lines and electric guitar usage for guaranteed fun!
7) Tikku Tikkantu
In a jiffy, the finale arrives with Tikku Tikkantu sung by Narendra and Uma Neha. Kasryla Shyam’s lyrics speak of the fast paced philosophy which suits the party atmosphere in every respect. The song is high on energy levels and riffs but follow a linear pattern instead of changeovers.
Babu Bangaram is a stylish yet melodious album from Gibran. The album introduces new sounding as well as poetic lyrical journey for the Telugu Audience. Gibran delivers a masterstroke!