on Mar 13, 2018
Nikhil’s Kirrak Party marks first Telugu film for B. Ajaneesh Loknath who was the music director for the original ‘Kirik Party’. Let’s see whether the film’s audio is soothing or not…
Dum Dare is groovy. Hari Charan makes it all the very special with his singing. Sir Bewarse is a melody and the rendition goes on a steady pace. Loknath has mixed his instruments aptly. Guruvaram is a beautiful melody all about celebration of love. Vijay Prakash’s soulful signing adds extra zing.
Meera’s theme is a symphonious track and is a treat for ears with Sameera’s melodious voice. Neechamaina is a furious song with different composition. Last Bench is a simple but effective song like ‘Botany Class Undi’ in Shiva. ‘Neelo Ninnu’ is a solo peppy number with Ghoshal giving a good pitch.
Pranamantha is an emotional track which has meaningful lyrics penned by Ramajogayya Shastry. Last song, Dum Dare (Coir) makes big impact as it is a situational song comes during reunion of old students.
All in all, Kirrak Party is a decent and youthful album.