Mirchi Music Director – Devi Sri Prasad Mirchi
Lyricist - Ramajogaya Shastry (Single card for this film)
Mirchi Singers – Devi Sri Prasad, Madurai ChinnaPonnu, Mika Singh, Vijay Prakash, Anitha, Kailash Kher, Jaspreet Jasz, Suchitra, Geetha Madhuri
Mirchi Song 1 - Mirchi Mirchi
Tamil singer Madurai Chinna Ponnu sung the title track ‘Mirchi Mirchi’ and Ramajogaya Shastry has inked it. Run time of song is 1 minute, 23 seconds. Madurai voice is fresh and sounded apt for mass song like this, even the lyrics sounded powerful giving visual feel of hero character from the film. DSP has used much need and important raw local drum beats to this song and it worked well to build the mood of a mass number. Gud start in the album, this song will be sure shot hit in mass.
Mirchi Song 2 - Yahoon Yahoon
Hindi pop singer Mika Singh has sung the track ‘Yahoon Yahoon’ with lyrical support from Ramajogaya Shastry. Run time of track is 4 minutes, 40 seconds. Mika Singh voice is nice and as song lyrics had major part in Hindi & less Telugu and even Punjabi beat in it, he rocked the song. Lyrical values sounded alright. DSP has used north shadhi band brums a lot with a mix of his guitar & jazz beats. It’s definitely stands as nice peppy song and clicks in most of present youth, as song is clubbed with Punjabi feel & classy lyrics.
Mirchi Song 3 - Idhedho Bagundhe
Vijay Prakash & Anitha has sung ‘Idhedho Bagundhe’ song and Ramajogaya Shastry provided lyrics. Run time of song is 4 minutes, 26 seconds. Both singers has complemented well with each other in this slow romantic song. Even the lyrics sounded sweet. DSP’s used his favorite musical instrument jazz again but the saxophone touch at the ending is beautiful. For the first few minutes you will feel like music is fresh in this track but when it ends, you can sense it’s same regular old song from DSP previous films. Anyway new voices and romantic feel for couple of minutes in it will make you listen this song quite often.
Mirchi Song 4 – Pandagala
Bollywood singer Kailash Kher has sung ‘Pandagala’ song and Ramajogaya Shastry has inked it .Run time of song is 4 minutes, 51 seconds. His voice suited perfectly to this song and lyrics too sounded gud. DSP special usage of rhythmic dappu and little piano between the song are nice. This song might not grab your attention for the first time but it’s a slow poison type, you can’t ignore it at the end.
Mirchi Song 5 – Barbie Girl
Jaspreet Jasz & Suchitra ‘Barbie Girl’ with lyrical support from Ramajogaya Shastry.Run time of song is 3 minutes, 57 seconds. Suchitra magical voice in her earlier songs ‘Sir Osthara’ & ‘Nellorae’ are totally missing here, but Jaspreet Jasz voice is super, he dominated her throughout the song. Ramajogaya lyrics are not very catchy and impressive in this song. DSP tried giving new pattern of musical style to this song, most of you might not like it and which includes me also in it folks.
Mirchi Song 6 – Nee Choopula
Kailash Kher gave his voice for the second time in this album for ‘Nee Choopula’ song and Ramajogaya Shastry provided lyrics. Run time of song is 58 seconds. There is nothing much to say about this song as its slow one, it's a bit song with less then 60 seconds run-time. Ignore it like it didn't exist in playlist of this album.
Mirchi Song 7 - Darlinge
Devi Sri Prasad & Geetha Madhuri has sung ‘Darlinge’ and Ramajogaya Shastry penned lyrics. Run time of song is 3 minutes, 21 seconds. Devi Sri Prasad proves it again why he is famous for mass numbers with this song, his energetic & raw voice and Geetha Madhuri silk voice made this song become best song in this album. Lyrics are natural, catchy and even kids can easily memorize them. Every age group will madly fall in love with this song
Mirchi Song Analysis
Devi Sri Prasad started this year giving chart-buster songs to music lovers, this alblum surely stands as one of the best audio in Prabhas films.
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