Watch Amma Nanna Full Video Song From Vinaya Vidheya Rama
Watch Thandaane Thandaane Full Video Song From Vinaya Vidheya Rama
Watch And Enjoy Ek Baar Full Video Song Song Vinaya Vidheya Rama
Watch Thassadiyya Full Video Song From Vinaya Vidheya Rama
Watch And Enjoy Rama Loves Seeta Full Video Song From Vinaya Vidheya Rama
Listen To Ek Baar Lyrical Song From Ram Charan's Vinaya Vidheya Rama
Here Comes The Second Single Thassadiyya From Ram Charan's Vinaya Vidheya Rama
Here Comes The First Single Thandaane Thandaane Lyrical From Vinaya Vidheya Rama
Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad
Vinaya Vidheya Ram songs have been released by T-Series Telugu. Check them out below.
|1||Thandaane Thandaane||Sri Mani||MLR Karthikeyan||04:16|
|2||Thassadiyya||Sri Mani||Jaspreet Jasz, MM Manasi||04:25|
|3||Ek Baar||Sri Mani||DSP, Ranina Reddy|
|4||Rama Loves Sita||Sri Mani||Simha, Priya Hemesh|
|5||Amma Nanna||Ramajogayya Sastry||Kaala Bhairava|
Vinaya Vidheya Rama songs album starts with the highly joyous celebratory song Thandaane Thandaane. The song features an ensemble cast including Ram Charan. Sri Mani's lyrics are meaningful and convey the love of the hero for his family and the togetherness. MLR Karthikeyan's vocals add the required mellifluousness to the song.
The second song from the album Thassadiyya is a full-on dance number which has some decent beats composed by DSP. The lyrics are a mix of Telugu and Hindi words penned by Sri Mani. Jaspreet Jasz, MM Manasi crooned the song which is set to give a good energy booster for the film.
The third song of the film Ek Baar is penned by Srimani and crooned by DSP, Ranina Reddy. DSP has given some peppy background score to the song which will make the fans erupt in the theatres.
The fourth song from the album is Rama Loves Sita which aims to keep the energy going. Crooned by talented vocalists Priya Hemesh and Simha the lyrics of the song are penned by Sri Mani.
And the last song of the album Amma Nanna a sentimental number which has good usage of violin and acoustic guitar. Rama Jogayya Sastry’s lyrics stand out quite well explaining about the family bonding and relationships. Kala Bhairava Crooned this mellowed song.