Old Wine in Regular Bottle- Vinaya Vidheya Rama Audio Review


Vinaya vidheya rama audio

Vinaya Vidheya Rama is an upcoming family entertainer starring Ram Charan and Kiara Advani in lead roles. Music for the film is composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The film also stars Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi in a pivotal role.

The album begins on a typical note with Thandaane Thandaane and sung in neat vigor by MLR Karthikeyan. While the prelude violin attempts to bring rustic flavor to the song, it takes the familiar route of chord progression which is usually seen in DSP’s songs. Shreemani’s lyrics just fit the bill adequately and has nothing new to offer exclusively. The song also has the traces of DSP’s earlier hit numbers like Pandagala Digivachadu in Prabhas starrer Mirchi. The usage of ghatam however stands out well.

Thassadiyya is a regular styled DSP dance number with additional techno beats. Jaspreet Jasz does his usual by giving power packed vocals and M.M.Mansi gives her peppy vocals. However, the song lacks thump or vigor to bring the party mood on. The interludes blend through the song in a high voltage fashion.

The party mood strives to retain with Ek Baar which is sung by DSP himself accompanied by the peppy singer Ranina Reddy. Once again, the song doesn’t attempt to be different or try out new experiments in the rhythm section. The song follows the regular template of DSP’s usual dance numbers like Something Something in Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana. In fact,the chord progression sounds very familiar and has the been-there-heard-that feel.

Rama Loves Seetha aims to keep the energy going and sung by talented vocalists Priya Hemesh and Simha. While the song is well put together, there is nothing significant which appeals to the listener in terms of orchestration. The beats though continuous sound very muffled and loses track in between. Srimani’s lyrics have a mild mass appeal which fail to make an impact.

The finale arrives on a mellowed note with Amma Nanna- a sentimental number which has good usage of violin and acoustic guitar. Kaala Bhairava does a commendable job for this soothing number. The bass guitar is pronounced enough to make a good impact. Rama Jogayya Sastry’s lyrics stand out quite well explaining about the family bonding and relationships.


Vinaya Vidheya Rama is a passable album from DSP which doesn’t live up to the expectations of a Ram Charan flick.

Our Picks: Amma Nanna

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