The blockbuster audio of blockbuster Baadshah is out finally. With mammoth pre release expectations on it letâ€™s see if the album manages to live up or not.
Sairo is already a chart-buster courtesy the leak, the song has been on everyoneâ€™s mind ever since then. The title song is another infectious number which gets better as the song progresses with the ending being the best part of the song.
We then have a series of mass songs â€œBanthi Poola Janakiâ€, â€œRangoliâ€ and â€œWelcome Kanakamâ€. Among the three â€œBanthi Poola Janakiâ€ is the catchiest with the lyrics, beats, orchestration and male and female voices all coming to the party. The â€˜kottina tittinaâ€™ refrain is highly addictive along with the very lively arrangements. â€œWelcome Kanakamâ€ the much hyped item number follows. The beginning makes one feel that this could indeed be the mother of all item numbers but as the song progresses further it looses the tempo. Especially the male voice in the song is a big downer. It doesnâ€™t match with the fantastic female portions which lifts the song throughout. â€œRangoliâ€ again has good lyrics for the masses and fans to go berserk but the tune isnâ€™t catchy like the above two songs. Its success depends on its picturization.
Finally Simbuâ€™s â€œDiamond girlâ€ is the highlight of the album musically. It should be among the top 5 classiest songs in the career of Young Tiger NTR. The beginning, orchestration of the song, its smooth flow, everything is just perfect except for the word â€˜addangaâ€™ which somehow sticks out. The flute portion in the middle of the song followed by disco/club beats is fantastic.
SS Thaman delivers for Young Tiger NTR once again after Brindavanam. Despite the expected â€˜routine beatsâ€™ criticism the album might get, itâ€™s a winner from word go. Young Tiger NTR should dance his way to a hit with an album like this.
Our picks of the album â€“ Diamond Girl, Sairo Sairo, Banthipoola Janaki, Title Song