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Aadavaallu Meeku Johaarlu Music Review

Aadavaallu Meeku Johaarlu Music Review
Cast:
Sharwanand, Rashmika Mandanna, Radhika Sarathkumar, Kushboo, Urvashi, Vennela Kishore, Rajitha, Satya
Direction:
Kishore Tirumala
Music:
Devi Sri Prasad
A DSP Musical
Wednesday, February 23, 2022 • Kannada Comments

A DSP Musical

In this section, we are going to review the songs from 'Aadavallu Meeku Joharlu', which is a Lahari Music album.

Mangalyam

Singer: Jaspreet Jasz

Lyricist: DSP

The tempo of the song, to begin with, sounds like 'Pranaamam' from 'Janatha Garage'. Devi Sri Prasad's lyrics are funny; they draw a contrast between the language of traditional wedding rituals and modern-day colloquial to describe travails. Jaspreet Jasz's vocals are apt and it's good that Sagar was not picked for the number. All in all, the song is high on entertainment quotient more than musical inventiveness.

A DSP Musical

Awesome

Singer: Sagar

Lyricist: Shreemani

DSP tries a deliberately slow-paced melody that has Sagar singing as if he just woke up from a slumber. This is not to say that 'Awesome' sounds lazy, but only to indicate that its vibes give us an insight into the male protagonist's mindset. Shreemani's lyrics are imaginative and they complement the kind of vintage music that DSP aced in the 2000s. In many ways, the tempo of the song harks back to the 'Bommarillu'/'Arya' days.

Oh My Aadhya

Singer: Yazin Nizar

Lyricist: Shreemani

The lyricist makes sure the song is laced with English-language words as well as pop culture references to cricket, Valmiki and Shakespeare. Yazin Nizar's voice reminds us of the vibes he generates in association with Gopi Sundar. DSP's tuning is peppy although the song doesn't feel original enough. It's a lively song enlivened by choreography and the cute chemistry between the lead pair.

A DSP Musical

Title Track

Singer: DSP
Lyricist: Sreemani

The playful song has the male protagonist complain about his travails and place the blame on women. The title of the film here turns out to be of sarcastic nature. As the story progresses, we suppose, the title is used by the hero in a straightforward manner. Devi Sri Prasad's rendition is routine but the energy in his voice saves the day. Sreemani's lyrics feel like dialogues rendered in a funny manner. The DSP-style tune is above-average.