The verdict on the Vinaya Vidheya Rama soundtrack is out. With DSP being the maestro behind the tunes and many singers have lent their voice to the songs, the expectations from the album were high amongst fans. However, it seems as though the album has nothing new to offer and is very similar to DSP's previous tracks.
The album's first song, Thadane Thadane sung by MLR Karthikeyan stands out with some classic violin and Charan but soon descends into the familiar repetitive beats of a DSP track.
Thassadiyya,sung by Jaspreet Jasz and MM Mansi, and Ek Baar, sung by DSP himself, further reinforce the same sort of beats and rhythm. By the time we make it to the next track, Rama loves Seetha, we are pretty much bored and exhausted of having been through nearly 15 minutes of songs that more or less sound the same. To make things worse, Rama Loves Seetha has very muffled music and Srimani's lyrics aren't too captivating either.
The album gets a saving grace in the form of Amma Nanna, a soothing track sung by Kaala Bhairava. The good mix of acoustic guitar and bass along with Ram Joggaya Sastry's lyrics ensure that its listeners would be hooked on.
Verdict: on a whole VRR audio is just a concoction of all the other DSP songs from the past. Looks like DSP didn’t put his thinking hat. Well, we can, with all certainty say that this is Charan’s Career’s most dud songs.