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Nayak Audio Review

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Mega Power Star Ram Charan’s ‘Naayak’ Audio has been released few days back at a grand function held in Ramanaidu Studios, Nankramguda.The film’s soundtrack has been composed by SS Thaman. For the Thaman scored for a Ram Charan-VV Vinayak starrer. Naayak album has five original tracks and a remix.Charan is known for his terrific dances so let us see what Thaman has conjured up for the Mega Power Star.

1. Laila o Lailaa — 4.25/5

Singers: Shankar Mahadevan, Ranjith, Rahul, Naveen

Lyrics : Chandra Bose

‘Laila o Lailaa’ is a peppy club song that will most likely be used to introduce Ram Charan in the the movie.The song’s beats remembers you of 80’s clubs songs. Shankar Mahadevan is as amazing as ever and his vocals are strong and full of energy.This is a youthful track and now that Charan’s master moves have been leaked this will become a highlight number in the album and also in the theatres.

2. Kathi Lanti Pilla – 3.75/5

Singers: Thaman, Shefali Alvaris

Lyrics: Chandra Bose

This is more of a peppy song and it has the mix of rap to it. ‘Kathi Lanti Pilla’ is a duet that has been rendered by Thaman and Shefali Alvaris.The song is addictive, thanks to Thaman as he croons ‘Madam’ at regular intervals that keeps you hooked.Once again, music has been tuned to provide scope for Charan to showcase his dancing skills. A decent song overall and you can expect some lovely beach visuals for this number.

3. Subhalekha Rasukunna — 3.25/5

Singers: Haricharan, Shreya Ghoshal

Lyrics: Veturi

‘Subhalekha Rasukunna’ is an evergreen classic of Megastar Chiranjeevi, with lyrics penned by the late great Veturi garu. The superhit remix track Subhalekha Rasukunna is here but it falls short of expectations. While Shreya Goshal sings this song very melodiously, the male singer Haricharan fails to impress. As for Thaman, he should have toned down the drum beats and synthesizer effects for this remix.Let’s wait if the visuals are attractive…

4. Oka Choopuke Padipoya – 3.5/5

Singers: Vijay Prakash, Bindhu Mahima

Lyrics: Bhaskara Bhatla

This is a romantic duet that has some pretty predictable music from Thaman. The singers Vijay Prakash, Bindu Mahima have adopted a very subtle and restrained style of singing for the number and that works in its favour. Bhaskar Bhatla provides us with some warm lyrics. A predictable and strictly ok track overall.

5. Nellorae — 4/5

Singers: Jaspreet Jasz, Suchitra

Lyrics: Sahiti

‘Nellorae’ is a mass masala number that will drive fans crazy if choreographed well.Nellorae is a mass song of the album sung brilliantly by Suchitra by ample support from Jaspreet Jazz. Suchitra ,in particular, has infused great energy in her vocals. It is an instantly likeable song. The beats are very interesting that makes the listeners hit the dance floors. Sahiti penned massy lyrics strikes right chord with target listeners.

6. Hey Naayak – 3.75/5

Singer: Shreya Ghoshal

Lyrics: Chandra Bose

This is the title song of the album and very impressive. There is a good flavor of youthful beats and the trendy style is nice. Shreya Ghoshal is in full flow, with a pretty energetic performance that is nice to listen to. Chandra Bose has penned the lyrics for this song and they do the job.The song has all the ingredients of being a chartbuster with engaging beats in its tempo.The inclusion of Hindi lines is variety and gives a different experience to the listeners.

Final Verdict:

The audio album of ‘Naayak’ makes one thing abundantly clear – Ram Charan will be in full flow with his dances.Thaman has come up with a mass album that has a good scope for dances. Since Ram Charan’s dances in promos looked dashing, we can expect good visuals on-screens and the right placement of songs will make Naayak album stay longer with the listeners. Thaman has played it safe with his tried and tested drum beats and synthesizer notes. Nothing new from him in terms of music. ‘Hey Naayak’, ‘Nellorae’ and ‘ Kathi Lanti Pilla’ ,‘Laila O Laila’ will be my top picks from this album.