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Katari Veera Surasundarangi – Music Review

Written by: By: Prakash Upadhyaya
 
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The two names that make you curious about Katari Veera Surasundarangi audio are: Upendra and V Harikrishna, who have earlier delivered a massive hit in the form of Super. When a successful jodi join hands again, the expectation of the audience will be no less than best. Now, let us see what they have to offer. Read on for the music review.

Song: Jum Jumka
Singer(s): Sonu Nigam and Sunitha Boparaj
Lyrics: Kaviraj
The proceeding begins with Sonu Nigam and Sunitha Boparaj crooning for the romantic track, 'Jum jumka...' penned by Kaviraj. With V Harikrishna's decent composition and the singers' soft vocals, the soundtrack might attract those who love slow songs.

Song: Ambika
Singer(s): Hemanth and Anuradha Bhat
Lyrics: Nagendra Prasad
Lyricist Nagendra Prasad is inspired by yesteryear popular track, 'Challi challi...' featuring Ambareesh and Ambika for the initial lines. It's again a slow track with minimal instruments in the background. The song should look good when seen on-screen.

Song: Muthinantha
Singer(s): Upendra and Sunitha Boparaj
Lyrics: Upendra
This is the remixed version of 'Muttinanta matondu gottenamma...' from Bahadur Gandu. The lines have been rewritten and only the tune has been retained. This song gives a relief to the listeners with its some interesting lines and wonderful beats at parts. In fact, this is the pick of the album.

Song: Oo La La
Singer (s):Tippu, Priyadarshini
Lyrics: Upendra
'Oo la la...' is a track targeted towards masses. Tippu and Priyadarshini have lent their voices for the number penned by Uppi himself. This again might have a different appeal when seen with visuals.

Song: Paarijatha
Singer(s): Sunitha Boparaj
Lyrics: Nagendra Prasad
The album ends with yet another slow track. However, this number stands tall among other soft tracks. Sunitha Boparaj has gone solo for the soulful soundtrack and she is wonderful at her job. Nagendra Prasad should be praised for his beautiful lines. But it takes a few hearings before you see yourself humming the song.

Verdict:
All in all, Katari Veera Surasundarangi audio just comes out as an average album and it lacks the punch to attract the music lovers. Except, 'Muthinantha...' and 'Paarijatha...', no other songs are appealing. However, it may be too early to come to a conclusion , as there are instances of tracks have different feel when seen with visuals.

Topics: upendra, ramya, katari veera surasundarangi, kannada music reviews, v harikrishna, prakash upadhyaya

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