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Bimbisara: O Tene Palukula, a folksy, energetic number from Kalyan Ram’s socio-fantasy, is an instant mood-booster

Varikuppala Yadagiri is the lyricist and the composer of the folk number sung by Hymath Mohammed and Satya Yamini

  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 06.10 AM, Jul 24, 2022

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Bimbisara: O Tene Palukula, a folksy, energetic number from Kalyan Ram’s socio-fantasy, is an instant mood-booster
Kalyan Ram and Catherine Tresa

Bimbisara, actor Kalyan Ram’s ambitious socio fantasy, is getting its act right with its promotional campaign. While the film’s stunning trailer left many speechless, the music too is striking a chord with listeners. After an intense single Eshwarude, the team has now released an energetic folk song O Tene Palukula, featuring Kalyan Ram and Catherine Tresa.

Varikuppala Yadagiri, the lyricist, has also composed O Tene Palukula, sung by Hymath Mohammed and Satya Yamini. The composition is instantly catchy and has an irresistible musical hook, while the lyrics showcase how a lovestruck couple is having a gala time in the company of their beloved. Kalyan Ram and Catherine look attractive in their royal avatars in the semi-periodic film.

The playful, flirtatious lyrics, ‘O thene palukula ammaayi..Nee teega nadumulo sannaayi laaginde … O kora meesapu abbaayi..Nee ora choopula lallaayi…baagundoy’ complement the composition well. The song proves one needn’t do anything earth-shattering to impress music buffs and rather can look within their cultural roots to do wonders. The spirited rendition enhances its impact.

Samyuktha Menon plays the other female lead in the film written and directed by Vassishta. Vivan Bhatena, who played the baddie in Ravi Teja’s Raja The Great, is cast as the antagonist. Hari Krishna K is the producer. Chota K Naidu is the cinematographer of the film which also has Chirrantan Bhatt working on the other numbers.

MM Keeravaani has worked on the background score while Tammiraju is the editor. Kiran Kumar Manne is the art director. The socio-fantasy is hitting the theatres on August 5. Producer Dil Raju, who had watched a screening of the film recently and is distributing it in the Nizam region, was reportedly impressed by the final result. For Kalyan Ram, who hasn’t scored a success after Pataas, the fate of Bimbisara remains very crucial.

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