Written and directed by Vakkantham Vamsi, the film comes after Allu Arjun’s ‘Duvvada Jagannadham’. And in terms of intensity, it could be ‘Sarrainodu’ plus ‘DJ’.
Anu Emmanuel, Action King Arjun and Sarathkumar will be seen in other roles. Music-directed by Bollywood’s Vishal-Sekhar duo, the patriotic drama has the cinematography by Rajeev Ravi. Production design is by Rajeevan. Lyrics are by Ramajogayya Sastry. Editing is by Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao.
Allu Arjun’s much awaited film ‘Naa Peru Surya’s audio album is out. Impressive, catchy tunes are what this album houses. The film marks the re-entry of Bollywood music composers Vishal – Sekhar to Tollywood. Let us have an individual analysis on each of these songs…
Patriotic songs are a rarity these days and that too in Telugu films. Well, the music composers of Na Peru Surya, Vishal Shekhar have added one gritty song called Sainika right at the beginning of the album. This is an emotional montage number which speaks one’s passion for his country. Vishal Dadlani croons this number in his high pitch and does justice to Ramjogayya Sastry’s elevating lyrics. A solid army backdrop song, this number will sound and look good on screen with the gritty visuals of All Arjun as a passionate army man.
Love Also Fighter Also
Taking a cue from his musician partner Vishal, Shekhar Rajavani croons the next fun number called Lover Also Fighter Also. The song is a hit the moment you listen to it as it has the groovy effect and the hidden energy which is shaped well by a lovely tune. The hook-up line has nicely been set to the tune and Bunny’s cool steps will take this song places on the screen. A sure shot hit song.
Singer Armaan Mallik has become a regular in Telugu films these days and Vishal-Shekhar chooses him for Beautiful Love. The song sounds like a true blue Bollywood number with some very good English lyrics which come amidst the Telugu poetry. The setting and tune of the song is sober and engrosses you in a romantic mood right away. You will love this song even more as Sirivennla Seetarama Sastry’s lyrics keep haunting you over again.
There is no album complete without a song from Arijit Sigh these days. Vishal Shekhar keeps the Hindi flavor intact in this album with yet another song called Maya. The song resembles many old Hindi albums which have come in Salman and Shahrukh films in the past. The tune and orchestration are kept simple and the song should only click if the visuals on screen would be great.
No Allu Arjun album is complete without a mass number and Iraga Iraga is that song which ends the album with a mass touch. There is nothing new or great to boast about this song as it has been made to elevate the dancer in Bunny. The music composers have given enough mass beats and Bunny’s crazy dance steps should help this song which is otherwise yet another run of the mill numbers which are seen on a daily basis in Tollywood.
Generally, Allu Arjun is a star who has a great eye for music as all his films have chartbuster music. But for Na Peru Surya, he has chosen Hindi composers Vishal-Shekhar as the subject of the film is pan India. The musicians end up giving decent songs but not great music which is expected of Bunny’s films. Lover Also Fighter Also and Beautiful Love sound fresh and will click in the long run. This is a kind of album which will slowly grow on you. Only time will tell how it will impress the fans and general audience once the film release.