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Chandrabose Showers Praises Of 'Vaasava Suhaasa' Song From 'VBVK'!

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   29 Dec 2022 1:27 PM GMT
Chandrabose Showers Praises Of Vaasava Suhaasa Song From VBVK!
Young and promising hero Kiran Abbavaram who is attracting the youth with his new-age stories is increasing his market day by day. He bagged a good craze among the public and is slowly earning the tag of a bankable actor. He started with 'Raja Vaaru Rani Garu' in 2019. ow, he is working under the GA2 Pictures banner for an interesting project titled 'Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha'. The special glimpse which came out back in July got a very good response.

The female lead is played by Kashmiri Pardesi. The film's first single 'Vaasava Suhaasa' was recently released by the film's team. It was quite pleasing to listen and had rich literary value. Kalyan Chakravarthy who wrote the song has given some beautiful lyrics like "Yuga Yugaluga Prabhodamai… Padhi Vidhaluga Padhe Padhe… Paliketi Saaya… Jaadale Kadha Nuvvedikinadhidaina… Chiruniki Jarigina Chirunavvula Praasa…Chigureyaka Aaguraa… Ninnu Marchina Ninnati Anchunaa."

This song has been well received and is receiving a positive response from everyone. Senior lyricist Chandrabose who has been at the top for the last two decades has heaped praises on the song's lyrics and appreciated Kalyan Chakravarthy. He said, "among the songs that I have heard recently, a very rare and valuable song - a song that gives me a sense of surprise when I listen to it - vaasava suhaasa from the movie Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha - one has to have immense knowledge and talent to write this song and one has to have the language culture to accept it - heartfelt wishes to the poet Kalyan Chakravarthy."

Chaitan Bharadwaj is providing the tunes while Murali Kishore Babu is the director. Bunny Vaas bankrolled this movie and Allu Aravind is presenting the film. Kashmira is the heroine while Murali Sharma is doing a key role. Daniel Viswas is the director of photography. Marthand K Venkatesh is the editor.