Rangasthalam decided to gift a melody to Telugu audience on Maha Sivaratri. The song, Yentha Sakkagunnave released today, on 13th February and it has become an instant hit.
People are talking about the song on social media and they are liking it much much better than any other songs in recent times.
With complete village atmosphere feel and purity, innocence shining in the tune, many are liking it.
Devi Sri Prasad went into the popular compositions of Ilayaraja and MS Viswanathan from 60's and 80's. He took their flavour and created his own melody for this 80's period love drama.
Ram Charan seems to be singing this song for Samantha, who plays Lacchimi in the film. He is her Sitti Babu.
Chabdrabose lyrics have highlighted the situation and gave depth to what a village young man of that time would have felt looking at the love of his life.
If you haven't heard it yet, go and hear it. A complete departure from all the bass heavy tunes these days. Entha Sakkagunnave.. sorry, couldn't resist humming ...