Oopiri is an upcoming bilingual film starring Akkineni Nagarjuna, Karthi and Tamannah in lead roles. The film is directed by Vamshi Paidipally who gave memorable hits like Brundavanam and Yevadu earlier. Music for this is composed by Gopi Sundar of Bhale Bhale Magadivoy fame. Here is an iQlik exclusive audio review of the album:
The fun album begins with Baby Agadhu sung by the versatile playback singer Shankar Mahadevan and supported well by catchy rhythm and groovy lyrics by Madan Karky. The song has all the peppiness along with remarkable classiness to rejoice. The interludes are enjoyable and bass guitar touches add more grace to the song.
Okka Life is a beautiful melody ably supported by guitar riffs and the lyrics are quite optimistic and entertaining. The live drumming is another added asset for the song and Karthik does complete justice for this amazing song. In short, the song carries the heart and soul of the film's theme.
Now the album goes to an interesting turn with Ayyo Ayyo sung by Ranjith and Suchitra. Despite the mass flavour, the guitar touches makes sure that the classic flavour isn't lost. While Ranjith steals the show with his sultry vocals, Suchitra complements with her peppy voice. The interludes have an unmistakable folk flavour which is brilliant.
A refreshing unplugged number Nuvvemicchavo sung by the usually aggressive Vijay Prakash is a surprise package. The song offers a beautiful detour from the regular masala songs these days. The trance like mode which the song offers is like a whiff of pure air.
On the contrary, Potham is a fun filled number which offerrs more modernity and thump to this classy album. The song has irresistible resemblance to Bryan Adams's infamous single Summer of 69 but it retains a great nativity. Haricharan delivers his best for this sparkly number.
Door No Okati is an item song sung by Geetha Madhuri at her vigorous best and the orchestration suits the song's ambience. However, the song sounds like a hindrance to otherwise classy album.
The album hits a finale on bull's eye with another soothing melody Eppudu by the sweet sounding Karthik. The song presents the harsh realities of life in a musical fashion and mesmerizing string section.
Oopiri is a wonderful album from Gopi Sundar and he delivers a classiest album for Nagarjuna.