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Super Machi: Kalyaan Dhev, Rachita Ram slay the dance floor, grooving to Dinchaku Dinchaku

Saketh Komanduri has lent his voice for the party number lyricised by Ramajogaiah Sastry and composed by Thaman

Srivathsan Nadadhur
Jan 05, 2022
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A still from the song

This is a season of party numbers in Telugu. After Naatu Naatu and Oo Antava in RRR and Pushpa, we have a new dance number that'll grace our playlists. Dinchaku Dinchaku, a song from Kalyaan Dhev, Rachita Ram starrer Super Machi was launched today. Sakenth Komanduri has crooned for the song whose lyrics are penned by Ramajogaiah Sastry. S Thaman has composed the music for the film.

This is a very unlikely 'Tenglish' number from Ramajogaiah Sastry's repertoire, who generally maintains high lyrical standards in his works. While the composition is strictly okayish, the song is largely underwhelming lyrically. You expect better from Ramajogiah Sastry than lines like "Dinchaku dinchaku dhanchingu..Dj valla punchingu..Dhimma thirigi cut aindi Dimaaku wiringu..Super duper settingu sound light fittingu.. Ee pub debbaku ontlo joshu vandha retlu pumpingu."

Though both Kalyaan Dhev and Rachita Ram look comfortable with their moves, it's the latter who's more of a natural on the dance floor. The screen presence of the popular Kannada star (Rachita Ram) needs no introduction. The number commences on a slow note and you keep expecting it to attain vigour at some point, which unfortunately never happens. 

Going by Thaman's blistering form, Dinchaku Dinchaku hardly meets expectations. Super Machi is written and directed by Puli Vasu. Rizwan is bankrolling the film under Rizwan Entertainment. Sam K Naidu cranks the camera for the project with Brahma Kadali handling duties as an art director. The film is set to hit theatres on January 14.

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