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Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi: Composer Vivek Sagar plays to his strengths with Kafeefi, the fourth single

Ben Human and Vishnupriya have sung the number lyricised by Kittu Vissapragada

Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi: Composer Vivek Sagar plays to his strengths with Kafeefi, the fourth single
Malvika Nair and Naga Shaurya
  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 06.27 AM, Mar 15, 2023

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Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi, Srinivas Avasarala’s third directorial featuring the Kalyana Vaibhogame pair Naga Shaurya and Malvika Nair, is set to hit theatres worldwide on March 17. Produced by TG Vishwa Prasad and Padmaja Dasari under People Media Factory and Dasari Productions, three songs from the film composed by Kalyani Malik opened to terrific responses recently.

Kafeefi, the fourth single from the film, was launched today. Vivek Sagar, as a guest music director, has composed the party number in the feel-good romance drama. Ben Human and Vishnupriya have crooned for the song, which has lyrics by Kittu Vissapragada. The song, set at a pub, was filmed on the lead pair Naga Shaurya, Malvika Nair and other actors Sri Vidya and Abhishek Maharshi.


The song starts with Shaurya and Malvika uttering a word Kafeefi on the stage and are amused that crowds groove to it too. After a series of sedate, leisurely-paced compositions, the party number brings energy to the album. It’s urban, trendy and strikes a chord with its catchphrase. The lyrics suggest Kafeefi is a word the couple uses for ‘drawing the line’ in their relationship. The actors get a good scope to prove their dancing skills too.

While everyone around the lead pair has an opinion on their relationship, Kafeefi refers to the barrier they’ve drawn for one another.There’s no effort to come up with ornate wordplay and the characters in the film appear to be having a jolly good time in the song. The other songs from the film include Kanula Chatu Meghama, the title track and the melody Neetho Ee Gadichina Kalam.

Srinivas Avasarala also essays a crucial in the film in which Megha Chowdhury, Ashok Kumar, Varanasi Soumya Chalamcharla, Harini Rao, Arjun Prasad form the supporting cast. The film, revolving around the changing nature of the relationship between the lead characters from 18 to 28 years, was extensively shot in the UK besides India. Sunil Kumar Nama cranked the camera for the same.