The incursion of Anirudh Ravichander in Telugu cinema could not be more sensational, if the album he created for Pawan Kalyan-Trivikram Srinivas & # 39; Agnyaathavaasi is something to go through. His ability to mix genres and produce chartbusters needs no introduction, especially after working on films like 3, Kaththi, Ethir Neechal, Naanum Rowdy Dhaan and Rowing in Tamil, but little did . I know it's going to usher in a new style for the Pawan Kalyan movie.
The album of Agnyaathavaasi is rich in poetry and Anirudh became a singer for three of the five songs, and his unique voice captures our attention from the beginning.
The album opens with the intense & # 39; Dhaga Dhaga Maney Thoorupu Disa & # 39; which focuses on the journey of the protagonist. The classical guitar interludes, along with the energetic voices of Anirudh, make it a poignant opening number on the album. The lyrics, written by Srimani, focus on elevating Pawan's heroism and each line is an ode to the good heart of the hero and also his bravery. Unlike most other introductory songs in Pawan's career, this particular song stands out, thanks to its bright lyrics and the unique voice of Anirudh.