Meeku Meere Maaku Meeme is a youthful entertainer starring Tarun Shetty and Avanthika in lead roles. The film is directed by Hussain Shah Kiran who provided storyline for Sukumar in Nannaku Prematho. Music for this flick is composed by Shravan and here is an iQlik exclusive audio review of the album:
The fresh album begins with Adugu Dooke sung breezily by Prakash. The song progresses slowly with mellowed orchestration and rightfully supported by trendy lyrics penned by Ramanjaneyulu. The song has a lovely modern jazz feel associated with it and marks a promising beginning.
Pone is trance like solo ably supported by soulful guitar strums and gripping rhythm. The House mix kind of progression is a huge asset for this number and the guitars gracefully transform to Alternative rock style as the song goes by. The interludes are quite funky but not overdone at any point of time. K.K’s lyrics are peppy and add to the song’s mood quite well.
The relaxing mode continues with Tholi Tholi penned by Sweccha. Sai Krishna and Shravya deliver par excellence for this lovely number and in short, this song redefines the word modern melody in recent Telugu films. The entire presentation is breathtakingly fresh and riveting.
Things turn even better with an unplugged number Cheliya sung by the composer Shravan himself and penned poetically by Ramanjaneyulu. The orchestration is surprisingly minimal yet makes a lasting impact on the listener. The mild rhythm riffs act like another highlight of this number.
Em Maayo is a sweet trance number sung by Lalitha Kavya and penned with amazing grace by Sirish Satyavolu. The dew drop guitars and velvety chord progression is perfectly synced with classy vocals of Lalitha. The song is like a pandemonium of new age world where things are bright and hopeful .
The album gathers pace with a racy number Uber Oohallo but doesn’t fall apart with the melody aspect. Sai Krishna delivers a winner with his mellifluous voice and strikingly supported by impressive sequencing and loops. It is a brilliant party number which acts like a bridge between yesteryear feel good flavor with modern essence.
The finale occurs with Meeku Meere effectively tossed with keyboard touches and funky vocals of Sirish and Manisha Satyavolu. The song acts like a dialogue between young men and women about how they deal on relationships. Sirish Satyavolu’s lyrics suit the modern flavor perfectly.
Meeku Meere Maaku Meeme is a brilliant feel good album of recent times. Shravan delivers an outright winner with perfect balance between melody and contemporary touches.
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