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Eedo Rakam Aado Rakam Music Review

Eedo Rakam Aado Rakam Music Review
Banner:
A.K Entertainments
Cast:
Vishnu, Raj Tarun, Sonarika, Hebah Patel
Direction:
G. Nageshwara Reddy
Production:
Ramabrahmam Sunkara
Music:
Sai Kartheek
Movie:
Eedorakam Aadorakam
Music of 'oka rakam'
Monday, March 28, 2016 • Telugu Comments

Sai Kartheek's 51st album comes with a mixed offering.  Sai Charan, Sai Kartheek, Thillu, Geethu, Swetha, Jayaram, Saatvik, Swarag, Sai Charan, and Hema Chandra are the singers. 

Bhaskarabhatla is the lyricist. 

O Neelaveni

Artists: Sai Charan, Sai Kartheek
Lyricist: Bhaskarabhatla

The song is peppered with an Annamayya kirtana for no apparent rhyme or reason (perhaps, we will find the answer in the film).  Sai Charan and Sai Kartheek fit the bill.  The lyrics mirror the naughty ways in which the guy tries to win over the girl.  Tuning-wise, Sai Kartheek merely passes muster and that's all.  The instrumentation is not exciting.  

Pattuko Nanu Pattuko

Artists: Thillu, Geethu, Swetha, Jayaram, Saatvik
Lyricist: Bhaskarabhatla

Sai Kartheek's music becomes racy and slow-paced with a rhythmic pattern.  The highs and lows are peppered with an impressive instrumentation.  The lyrics bring out in simple language the feelings of love birds.  Thillu and Geethu render the song in their usual style.  All in all, a song that works for its music, lyrics, and rendition. 

Ko Ko Kodi

Artist: Swarag
Lyricist: Bhaskarabhatla

The song's concept is story-based and hints at the possible confusing romances in store.  The lyrics capture the essence of the comedy of confusion in a language imbued in doubles entendres.  Phrases like 'sigguni vetadi' are topped with a folkish language that cites the names of fruits, places, et al.  The number comes with a good mass appeal.  While the singers fit the bill, making it sure that the vocals come with the requisite zing, Sai Karheek's music has the right instrumentation to boot.

Eedo Rakam Aado Rakam

Artists: Sai Charan, Hema Chandra
Lyricist: Bhaskarabhatla

Sai Charan and Hema Chandra render the title track.  The lyrics bring out the knack and manouevering of the 'aadu' and 'eedu'.  In quite a straightforward language, the lyrics are peppered with proverbial language as well as modern-day English.  Sai Kartheek's music has a structure and has hum-worthy moments. 

Verdict:  The album is by and large a mixed affair in terms of the music.  Right choice of singers is a recompense. 

Rating: 2.75/5

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