'Peppy and Fun Filled'- Supreme Audio Review

By - April 14, 2016 - 01:58 PM IST

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Supereme is an upcoming action entertainer starring Mega hero Sai Dharam Tej and Raashi Khanna in lead roles. The film is directed by Pataas fame Anil Ravipudi and produced by Dil Raju.Music for the film is composed by Sai Karthik and here is an iQlik exclusive audio review of the album:

The funky album begins on a retro not with a cool number Taxi Wala in the peppy vocals of Jaspreet Jasz and Divija Karteek. The song is feisty with the presence of trumpets, thumping rhythm and has an irresistible resemblance to Poovai Poovai from Mahesh starrer Dookudu in terms of presentation!

Anjaneyudu Neevadu is an optimistic number sung by the sweet sounding Karthik along with Sooraj Santosh and Deepthi Pardhasaradhy. A special mention should be made for Rama Jogayya Sastry’s thought provoking lyrics and the tune is essentially a folk melody. The lyrics and music explain the power of Lord Hanuman in contemporary terms.

The album turns to the inevitable mass number Bellam Sridevi with a mild trance flavor as well.  Sai Charan’s digitized vocals go well with Rama Jogayya Sastry’s paced up lyrics. However, the rhythm section is pretty much linear despite scope for experimentation.  The felicitous trumpets and strings make their appearance once again.

Chalo Chalo is a breezy solo sung by Krishna Chaitanya supported well with feel good guitar, sweet chorus and mellowed presentation. This song gives the much needed feel good impact for this mass oriented album. The interludes are nicely laced over harmonica and trendy electric guitars.

The much awaited remix of Chiranjeevi’s most popular Andam Hindolam arrives in the finale with additional layers of rhythm and vocals of Revanth and Chitra. The additional loops and digitized sequences give the song a modern look in the interludes.  

Supreme is a cool album for Sai Dharam Tej with guaranteed fun moments. Sai Karthik delivers the much needed thump for this film!

Rating: 3.25/5

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