'Palatable Musical Delicacy'- Pesarattu Audio Review

By - December 17, 2014 - 02:00 PM IST

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Pesarattu is an upcoming drama film starring Nandu, Nikitha and Sampoornesh Babu in the lead roles. Music for the film is composed by Ghantasala Vishwanath and directed by Mahesh Kathi. Here is an exclusive audio review of the album:

The funky album begins with Vinaro Mava with House Mix rhythm section and good sequencing and rap vocals. The track is well equipped with contemporary orchestration and interludes are well laden with riffs.  The lyrics speak of the Telugu people’s delicacy Pesarattu in stylish terms.

Emavuno is a trendy melody with contemporary touches and interesting string section. The lyrics are deeply philosophical and speak about the ways of life. Geetha Madhuri does a good job in making it a hummable track.

The album gathers much pace with Bhadram Be Careful which is a straightforward tribute to the classy anti-wedding song Bhadram Be Careful from RGV’s production film Money. It offers a decent tribute to the classiest song and speaks of the issue in modern era terms.

Bride Missing is a fun loving track with good electric guitar riffs, and decent rhythm section. The chord progression is peculiar with interesting changeovers. The overall composition is high on energy and fun moments.

The album enters finale with Hittu Pesarattu Master continues the pace with good energy levels. The track is a good blend of classy orchestration and desi style as well. This track offers a tribute to the maverick director Ram Gopal Varma in trendy style.


Pesarattu is a fun filled album with good lyrics and enjoyable compositions. However, the album could have sounded more refined and stylish for what it claims to offer.

Rating: 3/5