Jai Lava Kusa music review: Peppy, Lively Tunes for All Junior NTR’s triple roles
The Jai Lava Kusa record is an ode to Ravana. Except for a single track, most songs have a Ravana motif to them and the Devi Sri Prasad (DSP) record has most components except one. What the sound is missing is a course; the type where there’s plenty and mo of melody.
Created by Kalyanram, Jai Lava Kusa starring Jr.. NTR, Rashi Khanna, Nivetha Thomas and Ronit Roy is pitted as an action play with NTR playing with roles . While the film hits theaters on 21 September, the music media match was held last night (September 3) from the crew and cast.
As lovers wait to watch the celebrity in three roles, here is what we thought of this newest DSP album.
Raavana is your lively, pounding tune of this record. With hard hitting lyrics from Chandrabose, this one is devoted to Jr NTR’s function as Jai from the movie. Together with Asura references, the monitor observes Raavana along with his or her traits. On the vocals is Divya Kumar and this one’s a makeup that you will wind up singing along to and both dancing. Divya Kumar’s vocals reminds us of his past hit ‘Hey Ganaraya’ from ABCD two for this one.
After viewing the Jai Lava Kusa teaser, an individual can quickly relate to NTR performing a kickass portrayal of the ferocious tune.
Tring Tring is your peppy amount of this record and seems like It’s devoted to Rashi Khanna and NTR as Lava. The chorus is very catchy and certainly will make you singing Tring Tring ting da ting pretty much the entire day. Jaspreet Jasz & Ranina Reddy have lent their voice for this song. Tring Tring gets the signature DSP style in regards to peppy melodies.
Nee Kallalona is a tune with a stunning twist. What starts off as a light hearted, enjoy monitor, abruptly transforms into ‘Asura Asura Ravanasuda’. The beats are subtle and that is what sticks to get this particular track. The song turns extreme and revengeful. From the looks of this, the tune could have Nivedha Thomas and NTR as Jai, the Ravan bhakt from the Movie.
Dochestha starts off with a kuthu design, whistles at the background galore, and then proceeds as a celebratory track. Nakash Aziz is observed singing with Lord Krishna references. It’d be interesting to see which part in the film NTR seems similar to in this one. The tune for the time being, seems like a audience puller that is possible.
I wonder which one of those paths would Tamannah Bhatia include in, as recent reports indicate the celebrity is going to have a particular look in among Jai Lava Kusa’s tunes.
In the conclusion of listening to this brief and sharp record, there’s 1 word which will run in your mind the entire day: ‘Asura’.
Devi Sri Prasad does a fantastic job at writing tracks for your Raavana-motivated portrayal in the film. In 3 tunes, we’ve got the theme. The record leaves us wanting for a romantic course, but on a deeper evaluation of this record of Jai Lava Kusa, it feels like that was a conscious decision from the manufacturers to adhere into the beats.
This NTR and Devi Sri Prasad mix was better than their previous stint at Janatha Garage, but the record for a bundle doesn’t transcend the audio in the manager’s previous hit monitors, from movies like Mirchi, Gabbar Singh, Arya two etc..