Nirmala Convent is an upcoming romantic entertainer launching Srikanth’s son Roshan Meka and Shriya in lead roles. Music for the film is composed by Koti’s son Roshan Saluri and here is an iQlik exclusive audio review of the album:
The youthful album begins with the already popular song Kottha Kottha Bhasha sung by A.R.Rahman’s son A R Ameen for the first time in Telugu. The feel good guitar strums and feel good harmonica makes it an enjoyable listening. The song breathes innocence and display of tender emotions.
Emo Evaritho is a paced up composition high on energy levels with electric guitars and live drumming sung brilliantly by Siddarth Mahadevan. Anantha Sriram’s brilliant lyrics add a philosophical layer to this youthful number. The trance like beats and presentation is quite competitive and pleasant to hear.
A relaxing duet Okkosari Oo Muddhu sung by Srikanth and Dhamini which has the reflections of Paccha Bottesina from Baahubali. Anantha Sriram’s poetic lyrics and dew drop styled strums give it a unique aura. The interludes breathe freshness and neat string section adds value to it.
Mundhu Noyya Venaka Goyya is a thought provoking solo from the powerhouse singer Kailash Kher with nostalgic usage of harmonica and drums. The strings section and chord progression reminds us of the old feel good melodies but at the same time it has the modern freshness.
The album strikes finale with Kottha Kottha Bhasha once again in the voice of King Nagarjuna himself. The song already gained much popularity and his vocals stand out unique giving it the star value.
Nirmala Convent is a cool album from the debutant Roshan. The songs are equipped with freshness all through!
ALSO SEE : Nirmala Convent Official Trailer