To bring authenticity to his work, composer Devi Sri Prasad searched for a Clarinet (Musical instrument) that is almost 80 years old such that he will get some rustic sounding. He brought folk singers to render few songs. All this is the effort he poured in to create Rangasthalam album.
All that hard work is heard in the songs and that is the reason the album became a chartbuster in no time. While some critics unabashedly nailed few songs like Rangamma Mangamma and Jigelu Rani, they became most popular songs in no time. And guess what, DSP got appreciations from many biggies.
“Allu Arjun called me to appreciate the kind of folk music I’ve given for the film. He spoke at length for hours to discuss Rangasthalam music. Then I’ve got an SMS from Minister KTR regarding the beauty of these songs. His appreciation is unforgettable. Also, Surya called me and appreciated the work though he doesn’t understand the language much” revealed DSP, about the best comments he got for his work.
Meanwhile, cinephiles are expecting DSP to showcase his mettle with background score as well as the rustic 80s backdrop needs such special care for sure.