Music director GV Prakash has been a hit or miss case off late with only very few albums or songs registering. Most of the Tamil music directors have come up with quality albums whenever they have taken a Telugu movie but here also GV Prakash has proved to be an exception with only singles working in favor but never a complete album. Will Jenda Pai Kapiraju change that, letâ€™s take a look.
â€œInthandangaâ€ is a Rahman styled love ballad in classical style. It takes time to grow but once it grows it stays in oneâ€™s mind. â€œDonâ€™t Worry Be Happyâ€ is another slow but addictive number which reminds of fun numbers from Tamil films. Itâ€™s a simple non flashy number that strikes a chord after few listens. â€œRajadi Rajaâ€ is a routine number that might work due to its placement in the film. Music director tries his best to make it lively but somehow it doesnâ€™t work. â€œThelisinadiâ€ is a melancholy number in predictable template. â€œGita Versesâ€ is like the theme song of the film. Itâ€™s short but doesnâ€™t create any impact.
At the end of the albums one has the same feeling of disappointment that one started with at the start of the album. Jenda Pai Kapiraju has a couple of nice songs but thatâ€™s it. It feels like a very lazy effort from the music director after listening to the whole album.
Picks of the album: Inthandanga, Donâ€™t Worry Be Happy