Mahesh Babu is back with bang. The actor, who is basking at the success of Dookudu, has managed to keep the momentum going with the audio release of forthcoming movie The Businessman.
S Thaman's music of The Businessman has been tuned keeping the tastes of the audience in mind. Read on for the music review of the upcoming multilingual movie.
Track: Chandamama Navve
The track, 'Chandamama...' gives a good opening to the album. Haricharan croons the song with the support of chorus which have churned out to be a decent one.
Track: Sir Osthara
Singer: Suchitra, Thaman
Suchitra and musician S Thaman have come behind the mike for a peppy number. Their voices have perfectly suited the song. The rich beats in the soundtrack add more value to the song.
Track: Bad Boyz
Singers: Priya Himesh, Geetha Madhuri
Here comes the striking song of the album. Sung by Priya Himesh and Geetha Madhuri, the song 'Bad boyz...' has trendy lines penned by Bhaskarbatla and catchy tune. It requires just a single hearing to see yourself humming the track.
Track: Pilla Chao
Singer: Rahul Nambiar
Pilla Chao is a fast-love track sung by Rahul Nambiar. The number keeps your interest alive all through the song with its zippy lines and energetic beats. This will surely find a place in top 10 songs of the year.
Track: Aamchi Mumbai
Singer: Aalap Raju, Naveen Madhav, Ranjith
Aamchi Mumbai is a kind of James Bond track. At least in the first 25 seconds, it gives an impression of its nature. It talks about Mumbai and it is a mixture of Telugu-Hindi lines. S Thaman has given a song, which has rich beats.
Track: Businessman Theme
Singer: Mahesh Babu, Puri Jagannath and chorus
Mahesh Babu and Puri Jagannath could have got better song than this to show their singing skills. Well, the theme song has been wonderfully tuned by S Thaman, where the Dookudu star mouths some punch dialogues that makes the track an instant hit.
Verdict: The Businessman is a wonderful album, which lacks variety. Yet, it impresses the audience with its energetic tracks, which is targeted at the mass and youths. 'Sir osthara...', 'Bad boyz...' and 'Aamchi Mumbai...' are our picks.