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Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu: Mangalyam, new single from Sharwanand's next, is a funny take on a man's desperation for marriage

The slow-paced dance number sung by Jaspreet Jasz highlights the worries of a man who fears if he'll ever get to marry in his life

  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 06.10 AM, Feb 23, 2022

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Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu: Mangalyam, new single from Sharwanand's next, is a funny take on a man's desperation for marriage
Mangalyam song

Sharwanand, Rashmika Mandanna's family entertainer Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu, directed by Tirumala Kishore, was all set to hit theatres this weekend but was pushed to March 4 to make way for Pawan Kalyan's actioner Bheemla Nayak. Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu has good momentum working in its favour, thanks to the strong supporting cast featuring big names like Radhika Sarathkumar, Khushbu, Urvashi, to name a few, besides Devi Sri Prasad's music and the impressive teaser. The film is produced by Sudhakar Cherukuri under Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Cinemas.

Mangalyam, the fourth song from Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu, was released today. Jaspreet Jasz has crooned for the slow-paced dance number lyricised and composed by Devi Sri Prasad himself. The number has a unique vibe to it, it is in no hurry and gives you the right time and the space to appreciate the lyrics, the ambience in the visuals and Sharwanand's interesting moves. Going by the theme of the film, Radhika Sarathkumar, Urvashi, Rajasree Nair, Kalyani Natarajan and Satya Krishnan, who are cast as Sharwanand's on-screen sisters, also appear in the number.

In terms of the lyrics, Mangalyam highlights the frustration of a youngster, who's desperate to get married but is not finding any luck with women, thanks to his sisters who are being very picky in choosing the right match for him. The lines tell why the protagonist is vexed with the idea of marriage and is worried if he'll remain a bachelor all his life without experiencing marital bliss. He's troubled by his bad luck and cites various aspects of a marriage to vent out his anger. The number is shot well and has simple, effective lyrics that tells the story of the male lead.

Vennela Kishore, Ravi Shankar, Pradeep Rawath, Gopa Raju, Benarjee, Jhansi, Rajitha, Sathya Krishna, RCM Raju and others play supporting roles in the film. Sujith Sarang is the cinematographer for the film while the other technicians include editor A Sreekar Prasad and art director AS Prakash.

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