Konda Polam Audio Review: MM Keeravani Mark Album

Vaishnav Tej’s second film Konda Polam co-starring Rakul Preet Singh and was directed by Krish is all set for release on 8th of this month. MM Keeravani scored music and the film’s audio launch took place yesterday. Here is a look at the audio tracks and how they feel.

Obulamma: A soulful romantic melody which already became a chartbuster. The addictive number has been rendered by the voices of Satya Yamini and Rahul. MM Keeravani also showed his pen power, as the lyrics add great value. The romantic chemistry of the lead pair will be a treat to watch on screens.

Tala Etthu: Keeravani himself crooned the number effortlessly along with Harika Narayan, Sri Sowmya and Varanasi. Tala Etthu is one of the top songs in the album. The hook line Rai Rai Rayya Rai is quite peppy. Orchestration is of top standards and the heavy-duty drum beats will blow you away. What’s more fascinating about the song is the intriguing lyrics by Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry and heavy emotions in it.

Dham Dham Dham: Rahul Sipligunj, Damini Bhatla, Hymath Mohammed and Lokeshwar sung this pleasant number which has full of celebration kind of vibes all over. The emotional feel in the song is very high and lyricist Chandrabose has woven some beautiful words for it. The number has been blended with fine music, choicest words and touching vocals.

Kadhalu Kadhaluga: It’s a sad theme song which depicts the pain and grief in the film. The music arrangement is quite impressive and the way Kailash Kher andYamini Ghantasala sing it with deep pain is pretty good. MM Keeravani penned wonderful lyrics for this song as well.

Daarulu Daarulu: An inspiring song that motivates those who are feeling very low. The lyrics by Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry are once again heavy duty and Keeravani, Harika Narayan’s singing gives a lot of depth to this number.

Shwaasalo: It’s a soulful odyssey through love and the track is instantly likeable with the hook line Neelo Naalo hit you right away. Keeravani gives poetic touch to this song with his lyrics. Yamini Ghantasala and PVNS Rohit make it super special with their charming singing.

Chettekki: The last song in the album is Chettekki is a pleasant melody with groovy beats. It’s another wonderful composition with good orchestration from Keeravani. Kaala Bhairava and Shreya Ghoshal’s vocals are magical. This song will look much better with visuals on screen. Chandrabose’s lyrics are quirky.

Overall, it’s a Keeravani mark album and the music composer has got a very mellifluous touch to his songs. The feel is very pleasant and soothing with lyrics adding value to the songs. Definitely, the audio album hikes interest on the film.

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