The makers of RRR have released a new promotional song, ‘Etthara Jenda’ a short while ago and this could well be the final audio single from the film’s album. Now, the common opinion on social media is that RRR has a middling audio album.
Barring Naatu Naatu, none of the other songs have gone viral on social media. Even in the case of Naatu Naatu, it almost entirely banked on the energetic dance moves of Ram Charan and Jr NTR. The newly released Etthara Jenda has also garnered an ordinary-to-weak response from the Telugu Twitter crowd.
But again, RRR is a periodic action drama and there isn’t too much scope for a chartbuster audio album. However, the social media talk is that MM Keeravani could have come up with better output and they are citing his good work for Baahubali album, which had situational yet winning songs.
That said, Keeravani could come up with a thumping background score for RRR’s trailer. He is known for composing outstanding soundtracks for Rajamouli’s films and fans are now hoping he does something similar for RRR. Anyone who is doubting Keeravani’s ability to come up with exceptional background scores should watch his previous works.
The onus is now on Keeravani to come up with a flawless background score for RRR in order to compensate for the ordinary audio album. He will play an instrumental role in the movie watching experience of RRR and this is an art he has mastered over the years.