Actor Naga Chaitanya had launched the song in the presence of the film's cast and crew on Monday
Do we need more proof that Ram Miriyala is the toast of the season? The man who shot to fame with Chitti Nee Navvante, the popular track from Jathi Ratnalu, hasn't had to look back after its instant success. While he's one of the music composers for Anand Deverakonda's Pushpaka Vimanam, his song from Gully Rowdy, Puttena Prema, besides Ekkesinde in Maruthi's Manchi Rojulochaie have been instant chartbusters too. Now he has another hit number to his kitty, the title track of Anubhavinchu Raja, the Raj Tarun, Kashish Khan starrer, composed by Gopi Sundar and lyricised by Bhaskarabhatla Ravi Kumar.
One of the major assets of Ram Miriyala as a singer is the enthusiasm and the joie de vivre he brings to his numbers. Anubhavinchu Raja is a song that perfectly taps his strengths. However, it would be unfair not to credit lyricist Bhaskarabhatla Ravi Kumar's contribution in the same. The peppy, energetic track more or less summarises the philosophy of the film's protagonist, who doesn't take life too seriously, considers it to be a party of sorts and is happy spending time with his beloved, enjoying every moment to the fullest, paying little heed to right, wrong or moralities.
Anbhavinchu Raja track was launched by Naga Chaitanya on Monday. The rural entertainer is the second collaboration between Raj Tarun and Sreenu Gavireddy after Seethamma Andaalu Ramayya Sithralu. The film's supporting cast includes Posani Krishna Murali, Aadukalam Naren, Ajay, Sudharshan, Tempar Vamsi, Aadharsh Bhalakrishna, Ravi Krishna, Bhupal Raju and Ariyana. Produced by Supriya Yarlagadda, the technical crew of Anubhavinchu Raja comprises Pelli Choopulu fame cinematographer Nagesh Banell, editor Chota K Prasad, art directors Supriya Battepati, Ramkumar and choreographer Vijay Binni.
The film is currently in the last leg of the post-production phase and will release in theatres soon.