After a Blockbuster audio of Run Raja Run, U V Creations and Ghibran are back with Jil audio. The album comes with a total of 5 songs and three additional karoke versions. Lets see how the tunes goes like.
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Man On Fire: Bianca Gomes and Yazin Nizat has
lend their voice while Shreemani penned the lyrics. Shreemani is
popularly known for his rocking introduction songs for heroes and
he has once again written some heavy lyrics.
The mixing of the song seems to have overpowered the originality
of the tune and some portions were handicapped by a loud and very
synthetic backing music.
Jil Jil Manase: Favourite of all. Cheerfully
orchestrated with interesting and meaningful lyrics by Ramjogayya
sastry. Coming across as a nice melody from the album, it gets
slightly superficial and westernized because of the singers accent.
The song was crooned by Yazin Nizar and Shalmali Kholgde.
Swing Swing: The peppy song takes you to a
party mood instantly. A mixture of Hindi, English and Telugu lyrics
might have killed the lyrical value of the song completely.
Nevertheless its going to be the new party anthem.
Yemayindhi Vela: Gibhran infuses his own brand
of unique instrumentation effortlessly in the song. The polished
tune might go well with the urban youth. Clinton Cerejo and
Sharanya Gopinath's voice makes the song more haunting.
Pori Masala Pori: The much needed song for the
masses in an otherwise urbane album. Ramajogayya Sastry was at his
usual best when it comes to the lyrcis.
Our Pick: Jil Jil Manase, Swing Swing, Pori
Overview: The music by Ghibran is a surprising
blend of contemporary youthful beats and melody. Kudos to the
makers for this trendy piece. Jil audio comes with some rock heavy
songs. Music lovers waiting for a different instrumentation and
sounds can have great time listening to this album.
Though some of the tunes doesn't click instantly, U V Creations rich film making standards, our beautiful stars and picturesque visuals can surely add that missing magic.