Ram Charan’s most anticipated project Toofan songs are finally out. The music for the film has been composed by Meet Bros Anjjan and Chintran Bhatt. Here is the iqlik exclusive music review of the album:
The album begins with a bang with Mumbai ke Hero- the promo of the song already created much needed amazement among the fans and the audience. The catchy rhythm and the energetic singing by Jaspreet is the main asset for the track. Ram Charan’s punch dialogues in between is another highlight for the song. This song is sure winner! The song style is a peculiar mix of Rap and Hip Hop and it wonderfully suits the theme of the film.
Next arrives Pinkie makes sure it is an item song right with the prelude. The song has the irresistible Marathi flavor suitable to the Mumbai backdrop of the film. Mamta Sharma does the right justice the song deserves. The lyrics are re-written to suit the Andhra Pradesh towns such as Vizag and Warangal. The rhythm is catchy and the song would appeal to the masses in the right chord.
On contrast with the first two tracks, it is the soothing melody Premincha which comes next. Sung mellifluously by Sriram Chandra and Shalmali Kolgade, the song sounds quite fresh and welcoming to the ears and the rhythm maintains the captivating nature. It sure is the lilting melody without missing the foot tapping rhythm- one of the kinds!
The album retains the pace with the fourth track Vecchanaina sung by Shwetha Pandit. The trance like rhythm takes the song forward while the tune is melodious. It is a racy song with interesting vocals by Shwetha – who usually sings slow paced and melodious songs. It does have the 80s disco styled Bollywood music, which maintains the flavor right till the end.
Shakila Scentu is the last song of the album sung by Shreya Ghoshal. The song makes sure the pace and theme of the album is continued with it. The tune sounds like a typical Bollywood number. However, its Shreya Ghoshal makes sure the song gets its own individuality! Being a competent singer in singing any sort of genre- she makes complete justice to the song.
All in all, Toofan is a fairly good album which has instantly likeable tracks such as Mumbai Ka Hero and Premincha. The remaining songs would have to be grown on the listener eventually. However, being a simultaneous make from Hindi, the songs have the Hindi flavor and one needs to wait and see how the Telugu Audience receives them.