Sunil Kashyap has composed the number, while Ramajogayya Sastry has penned the lyrics
Last Updated: 10.38 AM, Sep 16, 2021
There's nothing like the sensual tension between a man and a woman in the early days of a relationship. The emotion is raw, the mind runs wild and one is wholly consumed by the idea of desire. It's this phase that director Rama Raju tries to elaborate with a poetic touch in Priyuraala, a song from his upcoming directorial Priyuraalu, that'll stream on SonyLIV from September 17. Sunil Kashyap has composed the music; the number is sung by Indian Idol-fame PVNS Rohit and lyricised by Ramajogayya Sastry.
A girl knocks on the door of a house, opened by a man who's smitten by her at the very first sight. There's nothing to stop the two later, sparks fly, the romance blossoms and they are soaking in the togetherness in all its depth. They feel special in each other's company; it's as if nothing can come in between them and their little world. They're in the 'do jism, ek jaan' space, bothering little about the world beyond their relationship. The visuals are raw, unfiltered and haunting at the same time.
The song is composed more like a ballad; the instrumentation remains basic and Sunil Kashyap gives complete license to the singer PVNS Rohit to explore the emotion in the sequence with the right measure of intensity and tenderness. Singer Rohit's age belies the depth and strength in his voice - the concoction of the visuals and his singing elevates the impact of the number to a different level altogether. Lyricist Ramajogayya Sastry is at his versatile best, lending a classical touch to his idea of togetherness, elaborating on the relationship between the lead characters.
Priyuraala is a song full of heart and soul and composer Sunil Kashyap proves why he's an untapped diamond yet again. There's barely a day to go for audiences to savour the song as part of the film. Prithvi, Mounika, Kaushik Reddy, Kamakshi Bhaskarla, Krishnam Raju, Jogi Naidu, Sravya Duvvuri, Varsha Sagar play crucial roles in Priyuraalu. The film's story is written by Sri Sowmya and is edited by Sai Revanth. Mahi Reddy Pandugula has served as a cinematographer for the same.