Devi Sri Prasad and Prince Mahesh joined hands again for Srimanthudu again after super hit album Nenokkadine. Then let us travel through each of the songs and give a final verdict about the audio, which is released on Saturday.
Srimanthudu audio review: 1. Rama Rama
Rama Rama is good mass number sung by Sooraj Santhosh and Ranina Reddy. The DSP beat gives the energy to this number, which is penned by Rama Jogaiah Shastry.
Srimanthudu audio review: 2. Jatha Kalise
This is a typical Devi kind of melody. Sagar and Suchitra voice gives a fresh romantic feel to the song. The lyrics are what that drags the main attention and it refreshes the mind.
Srimanthudu audio review: 3. Charuseela
Charuseela is a stylish tune from the musical magician. With a terrific beat and tempo, the tune can easily attract the audience. Rama Jogaiah Shastry is the owner of these stylish lyrics.
Srimanthudu audio review: 4. Srimanthuda
Here comes the title song, this tune has a lot of emotional importance. Though the duration of the song is just 2 minutes, the emotional feel carried out through Karthikeyan’s voice and Devi’s music thoroughly entertains.
Srimanthudu audio review: 5. Jago Jago
Here comes the song, which has all the abilities to be listed in top of the chart busters. Devi’s rocking beat and Raghu Dixit voice takes the song to the next level.
Srimanthudu audio review: 6. Dhimma thirige
The title itself says that it is an out and out mass number and the tune is not an exception to it. In the entire album, this song would thoroughly entertain the mass audience of Mahesh. Simha and Geetha Madhuri are the voices behind this song.
On the whole, DSP once again proves that, he is the irreplaceable king of attracting the Telugu cinema music audience. His signature can be found in every song he gave for Srimanthudu.