Here's what we think about RGV's Vangaveeti Audio!

By - December 04, 2016 - 12:08 PM IST

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Ram Gopal Varma’s Vangaveeti movie is trending all over with a sensational audio launch last night. Composer Ravi Shanqar scored music for the 9 songs in the album and here's what we think about the audio- 
 
The album begins with Naa Pere Kumari a fast beat number that sets the expectations upon the album right. The vocals of Geetha Madhuri for the lyrics penned by ace lyricist Sirasri talks about the characterization of Kumari in this film.
 
Ammalaganna Amma Durgamma song in the voice of singer Saket Bajroliya carries a high-voltage intensity and looks like the song comes at a crucial phase in the film as depicted in the trailer. Lyrics by Sirasri add value to the song.
 
Pelli Aha Pelli is a peppy wedding song sung by talented singers Hemachandra, Malavika & Kaumidi Nemani who make it a typical RGV style typical wedding song. Lyricist Sirasri brings a significant variation with lyrics like 'Idi Kaththiki Shaktiki Pelli Ra.. Padhunekkina Premaki Pelli..'.
 
One more striking song from Ravi Shanqar is Maranam Adhi Tadhyam sung by none other than RGV who add his signature touch to the song with his typical voice. His vocals added by another singer Rani Srinivas Sarma make this song that can't be missed!
 
Last but not least from Sirasri is the much hyped Vangaveeti Vangaveeti. This title track is already a chartbuster and the song lives up to the hype. Interestingly, Rajasekhar Pannala scored music and sang this song.
 
Talented lyricist Chaitanya Prasad lyrics and the tune makes Mounam one of the most emotional & impactful songs list in the album. Singers Karunya & Saket Bairoliya did justice to the song.
 
Kasi Kasi rendered by Navraj Hans is yet another fast paced number apparently set in the revenge backdrop. Once again Chaitanya Prasad's lyrics play a significant role in turning it an astounding number.
 
Once again RGV surprises turning a vocalist for Champara song which he sang in the audio launch last night. Interestingly he has displayed a lot of variation in this song and please don’t miss to hear this song (especially one who wants to enjoy the versatility in RGV’s voice). Chaitanya Prasad's apt lyrics deserve a special mention.
 
Aigiri Nandini- this Mahishasura Mardini stotra was well utilized for the mood of this film and singers Vinayak, Lokesh, Anurag & Puishmora gave their best in the rendition. Once again commendable work by music director Ravi Shanqar.