The film stars Naga Chaitanya, Sai Pallavi, Easwari Rao and Rajeev Kanakala in lead roles and hit theatres on September 24
Last Updated: 05.58 AM, Oct 12, 2021
Ay Pilla from the Sekhar Kammula directorial Love Story is one of the most memorable love tracks to have been released in Telugu cinema in the recent past. The song arrives in the film right after Mounica (played by Sai Pallavi) professes her love for her neighbour and zumba coach Revanth (played by Naga Chaitanya) and there's no looking back for the two. Haricharan with his honey-soaked voice does complete justice to the number that has been penned by the film's co-writer Chaitanya Pingali. Besides showcasing the little joys in love, the song summarises the film's essence wonderfully using simple metaphors.
Both the love struck youngsters in this song are in a literal 'la la land' of sorts, enjoying each other's company being neighbours, roaming around the city, visiting its popular landmarks, travelling in a metro, running the zumba coaching centre together. It's as if nothing can separate the two. In the later part of the song, the couple meets secretly in the home town to avoid uncalled-for trouble, spending time in the fields amidst nature and soaking in the joy of their togetherness.
Lines like 'Ra Ra Kanche Dooki, Chaka Chaka Urukuthu, Aa Rangula Villuni Teesi, Ee Vayipu Vanthena Vesi, Raava,' 'Aasa Niraasalu, Uyyalaatalu Poddu, Maapula Madhye, Naakantu Undhinthey, Undanta Ika Neeke,' stick to your mind long after you listen to the number and represent the spirit of the protagonists in overcoming all the barriers that come in the way of their relationship. Composer Pawan Ch has truly arrived with a bang with a super success like Love Story. His father Vijay C Kumar too has done a masterful job in helping the film alive visually. The film is gearing up for an OTT premiere on October 22.