Rangasthalam Audio: Rustic, Robust And True To Its Theme

After launching first three songs from Rangasthalam as lyrical videos on YouTube, makers have launched the remaining two songs with the jukebox.

The much awaited item song from Rangasthalam is out now. The song that goes Jigelu Rani has been shot on Pooja Hegde and it doesn’t get immediate attention like DSP’s previous hit item numbers.

The song has that rustic feel to it as DSP deliberately gives ‘recording dance’ touch to it. We can expect the visuals to pack a punch with Charan and Pooja dancing to Jaani Master’s choreography.

DSP scored yet again with the choice of singer. Ganta Venkata Lakshmi brings that authentic feel to the song.

Other song that is out now is Aa Gattununtava which sounds like a folk number. Singer Sivanagulu did a fine job in rendering it in a free flowing style.

It is a situational song that clearly indicates that it comes during the election campaign of Aadhi Pinishetty, who is playing a wannabe politician in the film.

Other three songs that were launched before are already topping the charts and definitely the better ones compared to the item number and Aa Gattununtava. It is one of Chandra Bose’s finest works who doesn’t use a single English word and takes care about the wordings with typical Godavari slang.

Devi Sri Prasad’s music remains true to the film’s theme. Instruments used and the orchestration are straight out of an eighties film.

Rangasthalam is a fictional village set in 1985 on the banks of Godavari. So DSP and Chandra Bose came up with a rustic album that elevates the theme.

The album on a whole may get mixed responses from the listeners, but it will get its due identity for being different from the pack.