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Music Director: A. R. Rahman
Nawab (Telugu) songs album has been released by Sony Music India. Check the songs below.
|1||Bhaga Bhaga||Rakendumouli||Shakthisree Gopalan||04:26|
|2||Neeli Kanumallo||Sirivennela Seetaraa Sastry||Nakul Abhayankar||05:42|
|3||Segalu Chimmuthondhi||Sirivennela Seetarama Sastry||Sunitha Sarathy, Nakul Abhyankar, Sathya Prakash||05:00|
|4||Nannu Nammanee||Sirivennela Seetarama Sastry||Shakthisree Gopalan, Lady Kash||04:07|
|Rakendu Mouli||Sid Sriram||03:35|
Manasaa Nannu Vadhili
|'Sirivennela' Seetharama Sastry||Anuradha Sriram, Swetha Mohan, and Aparna Narayanan||
|7||Hayati (Telugu)||Shiv and Myassa Karaa||Myassa Karaa and Shivang Vaishnav||02:56|
The album kickstarts with the powerful Bhaga Bhaga penned by Rakendumouli Vennelakanti. The song describes the protagonist played by Arvind Swami and his character gist. It is sung with verve by Shakthisree Gopalan. The emotion the song depicts is loneliness and heartbreak. The second song in the album is the melody Neeli Kanumallo. The romantic number is penned by the evergreen Sirivennela Seetarama Sastry. Though A. R. Rahman's work falls a bit below his lavish standards, the beautiful lyrics and Nakul Abhayankar's soulful singing lifts the song.
The third song of the album is Segalu Chimmuthondhi penned by Sirivennela Seetarama Sastry. This is a different composition compared to the other songs in the album. The beats and the orchestra used by Rahman make this song a slow poison. The fourth song in the album is Nannu Nammanee. Shakthisree Gopalan and Lady Kash's vocals add charm to the okayish composition. Sirivennela Seetarama Sastry pen showed its power in the song with beautiful lyrics.
The lyrics of the next song Praaptham (Telugu) is written by Rakendu Mouli and beautifully sang by Sid Sriram. Manasaa Nannu Vadhili is penned by legendary 'Sirivennela' Seetharama Sastry while Anuradha Sriram, Swetha Mohan, and Aparna Narayanan crooned it. The lyrics of the last song Hayati (Telugu) is penned by Shiv and Myassa Karaa and crooned by Myassa Karaa and Shivang Vaishnav.