'Where Mass Meets Mega Class'- Sardaar Gabbar Singh Audio Review

By - March 20, 2016 - 11:45 PM IST

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Sardaar Gabbar Singh is one of the most anticipated releases this Summer starring Pawan Kalyan and Kajal Agarwal in the lead roles. Music for the film is composed by Devi Sri Prasad who gave a chartbuster album for the earlier installment. Here is an iQlik exclusive audio review of the album:

The power packed album begins with the title song Sardaar which already has been making lot of buzz sung by the brilliant singer Benny Dayal. The song pays a tribute to the earlier flick Gabbar Singh with the catchy chants but at the same time has additional thump and vigor. The fiery electric guitars make sure the high voltage impact is retained! A very special mention should be made for lyricist Rama Jogayya Sastry which hails the Powerstar with complete style and versatility.

O Pilla Subhanalla is a typical DSP styled melody high on rhythm and impressive tune. The power packed singer Vijay Prakash mellows down for this feel good duet. Shreya Ghoshal complements this song quite well with her sweet voice. Ananth Sriram’s poetic lyrics try to give new colors to imagination.

The album gets a fun commercial touch with Tauba Tauba – a peppy number with its own layers of folk and Sufi music. Nakash Aziz delivers his best for this cool number and the funky string section takes the song forward with right support of feisty trumpets. The song defines a peculiar party atmosphere in musical terms.

It is time for an aggressive number Aadevadanna Eedevedanna penned quite well by Rama Jogayya Sastry. MLR Karthikeyan’s fantastic vocals are supported ably by angry sounding rhythm section. However , the song ends abruptly after a much deserving crescendo.

Nee Chepakallu is another feel good melody with good usage of guitar and harmonica. Sagar does a neat job for this fun number but it is Chinmayi who gives the song a new dimension with her husky voice. The interludes are wonderfully woven with unique chord progression and ample usage of guitar and flute.

The inevitable mass touch occurs with Khakee Chokka sung by the folk master Simha and funky vocals of Mamta Sharma. The rhythm section takes the unnerved front seat and lyrics by Devi Sri Prasad focus again on hailing the heroism to peaks. Nevertheless, the interludes lack novelty or freshness.

Sardaar Gabbar Singh has the ample dose of commercial numbers and feel good melodies. DSP retains the spirit and fun factor of the film with his music.

Rating: 3.25/5

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