Baahubali: The Conclusion Songs - Music Review

PUBLISHED DATE : 27/Mar/2017

Baahubali: The Conclusion Songs - Music Review

Baahubali: The Conclusion Songs - Music Review

Ramesh Kannan

Baahubali: The conclusion is the sequel of the Rajamouli's epic movie Baahubali with Prabhas, Rana and Anushka as a lead while Rajamouli's regular M M Keeravani scores music for the film. Let's check out whether M M Keeravani able to recreate the magic and grandeur of the first part.

Saahore Baahubali: Saahore Baahubali sounds generic and flashing grandeur both in orchestration and thumping vocals of Daler Mehendi while the song's highlight is the employment of moving violin solos and Mounima's affecting rendition. Shiva Shakthi Datta's lyrics gels well with the overall tone of the song. However, the song has little scope for pushing the boundaries.

Hamsa Naava: Hamsa Naava is a soothing melody benefit largely from Sony and Deepu's fantastic singing while Keeravani's consistent grand percussions and strings ably support the song till the end. The humming portions are employed brilliantly evocating the memories of 90's songs while Chaitanya Prasad's simple lyrics sounds apt for this pleasant melody.

Kannaa Nidurinchira: Kannaa Nidurinchira is a semi-classical composition but not an arresting one and also not a bad one either. Keervani throws few enticing arrangements especially with veena and flute while Srinidhi and V soumiya's sargams are delight to listen. However, the classical factor in the song is diluted and it carries more cinematic aura around it especially the infusion of percussions.

Dandaalayya: Dandaalayya's carries the Baahubali, the Beginning's thumping string sections effectively and the song sounds more like the background material. The lyrics by M M Keeravani praising the glory of Baahubali and Kaala Bhairava sounds apt with respect to the vocals.

Oka Pranaam: Oka Pranaam is another thematic based track and Kaala Bhairava carries the Keeravani’s lyrics confidently. However, the soundscape is monotonous filled with predictable string sections and thumping percussions.


M M Keeravani kept the soundtrack of second part short and although the soundscape matches the grandeur of Rajamouli's visuals, the first part has lot more diverse tunes compared to second outing.

Rating: 2.75/5

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