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SR Kalyanamandapam Music Review

SR Kalyanamandapam Music Review
Kiran Abbavaram, ‎Priyanka Jawalkar
Sridhar Gade
Pramod and Raju
Chaitan Bharadwaj
A Chaita Bharadwaj Musical
Tuesday, June 22, 2021 • Telugu Comments

A Chaita Bharadwaj Musical

Singles from 'SR Kalyanamandapam' are out, on Lahari Music, one song at a time. Here we present their review. The other songs will be reviewed as and when they are out.

Choosale Kallaraa

Singer: Sid Sriram

Lyricist: Krishna Kanth

Krishna Kanth's lyrics are typical of a romantic song where the male protagonist describes his mental status after falling in love with the most beautiful woman on the planet. Minus some stock usages, the lyrics click. Music-wise, Chaitan composes a somewhat cluttered song. Sid Sriram's voice is at its usual sublime best. Despite all the familiarity, it still works because of the singer's charm offensive.

Chukkala Cunni

Singer: Anurag Kulkarni

Lyricist: Bhaskara Bhatla

This is one of the very few good non-Sid Sriram crooned songs in recent times. Anurag Kulkarni's voice exudes cheerfulness and the joyous mood of the lover boy like no other. The underrated singer breathes life into Bhaskara Bhatla's brilliant lines. A 'Naalo nene gallanthayya' mood hangs over the song, thanks to the apt tuning by Chaitan Bharadwaj.

Sigguendukura Mama

Singer: Anurag Kulkarni

Lyricist: Bhaskara Bhatla

After 'Ramuloo Ramulaa' in 'Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo', Anurag Kulkarni's vocals come with uninhibited force and energy in this bar song, whose music barely makes an impression. The run-of-the-mill tune tunes out the initial kick pretty fast. Bhaskara Bhatla's lyrics bring to the fore the old-school sentiments associated with the typical Romeo, who takes pride in stalking. The song is more a cross between the 2000s-era Tollywood music and the prevailing trend.