Loafer is an upcoming action drama starring Mega hero Varun Tej, Disha Patani, Revathi and Posani Krishnamurali in lead roles. The film is directed by powerful filmmaker Puri Jagannadh and music is composed by Sunil Kashyap. Here is an iQlik exclusive audio review of the album:
The commercial album strikes it obvious with a peppy number Nokkey Dochey sung in funkiest vocals by Spurthi and Sunil Kashyap himself. The timely bass work changes work well in the midst of indigenous beats and fun moments. The interludes are laced well with electric guitars and chorus which reminds us of Thaman’s style of compositions.
Nuvvedusthunte penned by Bhaskarabhatla is an interesting number which speaks about the importance of a lover’s tears! Yazin Nazir who gained popularity with Chaaruseela in Srimanthudu delivers another winner again! This number will sure appeal more to the masses for its straightforward rendition and simple usage of words. It is interesting to see Yazin Nazir who predominantly sings trendy numbers deliver a folk number with great ease.
It is time for a laid back duet Jiya Jale tossed with nostalgic harmonica, tabla and impressive chord progression. Yazin does a great job once again with his sultry vocals and supported quite well by talented singer Pranavi. It has the typical flavor of Puri Jagannadh’s films which is quite unique and compelling.
Suvvi Suvvalamma is an emotional number sung by the supremely talented singer Karunya and penned extraordinarily by Suddala Ashok Teja. The best aspect of the song is its unpretentious flavor without heavy orchestration or anything grand. It expresses the heart of a son and his affection towards his doting mother in simplest language possible. A true winner of the album!
The album gets inevitable mass touch in the end with Chutta Beedi sung by Rahul Sipligunj and Shravana Bhargavi with their digitalized voices. The song stays true to the genre of mass numbers which gives more scope for high voltage dance moves!
Loafer is a fine album from Sunil Kashyap. However, the obvious thump needed for a commercial album needs to be much better for a film of this sort.
Rating : 3/5