Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India Music Review

PUBLISHED DATE : 24/Apr/2018

Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India Music Review

Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India Music Review

Ramesh Kannan


Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India is an upcoming Telugu film directed by Vakkantham Vamsi of Kick fame with Allu Arjun in the lead role. Vishal-Shekhar debut in the Tollywood with this album. Let's check out whether composer duo is able to recreate the magic in their debut Telugu album or not:

Sainika (Listen to the song here)

Sainika treads on the path as expected with Vishal Dadlani handling the vocals and Ramajogayya's jingoistic lyrics to prod the hero introduction song. The song may work well with the visuals but unfortunately, the tune is strictly average one with few nifty guitar solos by Meghdeep Bose in the interludes.

Lover also fighter also (Listen to the song here)

Lover also Fighter also is another decent track with Shekar Ravjiani's questionable Telugu diction irking consistently. The tune is marginally better and the title hook sounds absurd with the auto tuning in the lead vocals. Tapas Roy's strokes in the first interlude are the only takeaway from the passable track.

Beautiful love✔️(Listen to the song here)

Beautiful love is the breezy track which works easily despite sounding more like a Hindi song, may be because of Armaan Malik involvement and the tune flow. However, Armaan Malik and Chitra Ambadipudi ace the romantic ballad effectually, while the composer duo's gentle arrangements backed by Meghdeep Bose's guitar work to its favour.


Arijit Singh gets featured in Telugu song for a Bollywood composer other than Sunny MR and the tune is tailor-made for the lead singer's vocals.The folksy chorus sounds to be a bit dissonant with the main tune, however, Ramya Behara makes those portions easy to sail through. Vishal-Shekhar adorn the arrangements with an impressive usage of Kazoos and string sections.


Yenniyello is the song stays true to the native soundscape without any Bollywood flavour and Malavika aces the singing portions effectively with ample support from the chorus.

Iraga Iraga

Iraga Iraga is another mandatory mass number and the track sounds to be straight out of DSP's stock tune. Rahul Sipligunj and Mohana Bhogaraju's sprightly singing being the solo highlight in an otherwise perfunctory song from the composer duo.


Verdict: Vishal- Shekhar's Telugu debut is a strictly average one and the album lacks the native touch despite occasional sparks in the arrangements.


My Rating: 2.5/5

Pick of the Album:  Beautiful love, Yenniyello, Maya

Listen to all the songs from this album here

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