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Dhada - Hello Hello Laila & Godava Godava are chill out tracks
Naga Chaitanya-Devisri Prasad combination has recently come out with a musical hit ‘100% Love’. Now the duo is back to repeat its magic with ‘Dhada’. ‘Dhada’, directed by Ajay Bhuyan is an action packed romantic flick starring Naga Chaitanya and Kajal in the lead. D Siva Prasad Reddy produced the film under Kamakshi Movies banner. ‘Dhada’ is yet another type of album that is designed for the generation today. Upon hearing the album fans would have immediately been able to tell that this album was going to draw the listener to the album. Here we go!
Bhoome Gundramga  Music: Devi Sri Prasad Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry, Ranina Reddy Singer: Richard, Ranina Reddy
Devisri starts with a rap number which is targeted at the youth and is sure to make them happy. Singers Richard and Ranina Reddy did wonderful job. Ranina Reddy penned the lyrics by herself for the lines she rendered. The lines sung by Richard were written by Ramajogayya Sastry. It’s a very trendy track with good drum sounds and hand clapping in the middle of the song. As soon as this track began, you all know what is expected from the rest of the album. With a funky rhythm to boast, the fun begins the moment Ranina starts crooning. Overall it is an enjoyable number.
Hello Hello Laila  Music: Devi Sri Prasad Lyrics: Anantha Sriram Singer: Nikhil D Souza, Neha Bhasin
‘Hello Hello Laila…’ is an awesome song with rhythmic sound that gives a peppy feel. An enthralling rendition by Nikhil D Souza and Neha Bhasin is mellifluous to ears. Their youthful voices spices up the song. A cool appeal and a feel good factor make the song youthful. Ananth Sriram’s lyrics are simple and beautiful. Devisri, who has good grip on composing smooth romantic numbers, once again did a remarkable job with usage of light instruments. A very likeable song. The song is done with so much care with a fresh tune and will be lapped up by the listeners.
Telugu Bengali  Music: Devi Sri Prasad Lyrics: Anantha Sriram Singer: Neeraj Sridhar
‘Telugu Bengali English Marati…Bhashe Ledante Life Anta Hot Ye….’ is a fast track set in mass mode. Devisri rendered good beats and he also includes hand clapping sound in the middle of the song which is more enjoyable to ears. Neeraj Sridhar’s vocals and the heavy beat made the song powerful. With Ananth Sriram’s funky lyrics to the musical arrangements to singing style makes it for a 4 minute fun number.
Godava Godava  Music: Devi Sri Prasad Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry Singer: Karthik, Priya Hemesh
One more excellent song! Party mood of the track is pretty much evident from start to end as ‘Godava Godava’ is clear from novelty point of view. One will listen to this track once again with Karthik and Priya Hemesh crooning along to the racy rhythm set by Devi. It’s completely a different song and sounds amazing. It’s really interesting with wonderful musical arrangement and makes you wanna dance.
Diwali Deepaanni  Music: Devi Sri Prasad Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry Singer: Andrea, Kalyan
‘Diwali Deepaanni’ also has an excellent musical structure and sounds pleasing. The vocals really bring out the true beauty of the song. I love the rhythm so much that listening to this song just makes me want to listen more. Devisri maintained tempo through out in order to make it good for dancing. Of course that perfection can be seen in all his work. So overall the song is both listenable and enjoyable with encouraging lyrics.
Chinnaga Chinnaga  Music: Devi Sri Prasad Lyrics: Anantha Sriram Singer: Sagar
This is a two line song that has been sung Sagar. He sings the lines ‘Chinnaga Chinnaga Modalaindi Allari, Thinnaga Thinnaga Unchade Naa Oopiri, Challanaina Aaviri, Choopullo….Cherenenduko Mari, Thullutunna Lahiri, Valapullo Teepi Aasa Repi Nannu Laagutunde Maree…..Ammo Naa Manase Dhaari Maari Neetho Vastundi Edhedho Kori…Ye Chinnaga Chinnaga…..’. These are the best wordings for the youth to express their love. The song makes you cheerful and happy, like it’s running through a field of flowers.
Ye Pilla Pilla  Music: Devi Sri Prasad Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry Singer: Jaspreet Jasz, Suchitra
Mass masala song being compulsory in every film, Devisri finally ends with one such song. ‘Ye Pilla Pilla’ is a typical mass song mixed with rap, however the track has good drum beat that makes the audience jump and dance in theaters. Jaspreet, Jasz and Suchitra rendered their voices for this colloquial song which was written by Ramajogayya Sastry.
The music of ‘Dhada’ clearly proves that it’s overall a youth centric music which has all the elements to reach its target spot. My choices are ‘Hello Hello Laila’, ‘Godava Godava’ and ‘Chinnaga Chinnaga’. So folks just chill out to and listen.
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