The audio release function of Yogi directed by VV Vinayak and produced by Kadapa Mayor Ravindranath Reddy on the banner of Eswari Films with Young Rebel Star Prabhas and Nayanatara in the lead was held on a grand scale at Chowmohalla Palace in Hyderabad. Several top political and film personalities including Vijayalakshmi, wife of Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy, Victory Venkatesh, SS Rajamouli, Paidipalli Vamsi, Krishnamraju, Swaranjit Sen, director VV Vinayak's father Krishna, minister Raghuveera Reddy, YV Subbareddy and others attended the programme.
Supreme Music is marketing the audio. As the film was made with mother sentiment, the audio release function was formally inaugurated by lighting of traditional lamp, by YS Vijayalakshmi, Vinayak's mother Nagaratnam and Prabhas' mother-equivalent Shyamala. Later, Victory Venkatesh launched the audio and handed over the first audiocassette to Swaranjit Sen. Vinayak's father Krishna unveiled the audio CDs and handed over the first audio CD to Krishnamraju.
The six songs in the film were launched by Raghuveera Reddy, Shabbir Ali, Y.V. Subba Reddy, Rajamouli, Rama, Swarnalata, Maganti Babu and LB Subbareddy each. Venkatesh says, 'Vinayak knows the pulse of the audiences and he could attract them with his mesmerized direction. I am quite confident that Yogi would be a big hit. I wish the film a good hit in Prabhas' career. The producers also had good taste in making a nice film.' Vinayak says, 'The film has good mother-son sentiment. Prabhas showed good ease in the picturisation of climax scenes. Ramana Gogula gave melodious tunes to all the songs and we have taken care to present them on the screen also in a tasteful way.' Music director Ramana Gogula says, 'The film had good scope for music and director Vinayak had good taste in extracting good music.' Chief Minister YS Rajasekhar Reddy's wife YS Vijayalakshmi says, 'The film which was produced by my brothers would be a big success'. Krishnamraju says, 'Prabhas is improving from cinema after cinema and I am sure that this film would earn him a good name.'