6 Songs From Srimanthudu That Are Perfect For Your Next Dance Party

Sneha Bale

April 25, 2019


1 min

1. Rama Rama

The Mahesh Babu and Shruti Haasan starrer Srimanthudu has a song for every occasion. So the next time you are confused, don’t think twice, simply play the Srimanthudu jukebox. The film’s music has been composed by ace music producer Devi Sri Prasad and the lyrics have been penned by Ramajogayya Sastry.

The introductory song of Mahesh Babu in the film is Rama Rama. This upbeat song is a message about uniting everyone. So gather your friends and try to match steps with the chocolate boy and his entourage.

2. Jatha Kalise

Wondering how to approach the girl of your dreams? Try playing Jatha Kalise from Srimanthudu and hope that the jatha (couple) really kalustundi (meets)! Full of poetic metaphors, this number is sure to get you some attention, for starters.

3. Charuseela

Like Harsha (Mahesh Babu), have you found your Charuseela (Shruti) too? If you have and she doesn’t know it yet or if she has been ignoring you, blast Charuseela from Srimanthudu and try out your dance moves. Now who wouldn’t fall for that!

4. Srimanthudu

The title track of Srimanthudu comes much later in the film. It describes the journey, intentions and the life that awaits Harsha. Albeit not a pop party song, Srimanthudu is a great number for dancers wanting to experiment and challenge themselves.

5. Jaago

Dancer or not, you cannot refrain from tapping your feet to the beats of Jaago from Srimanthudu. With electronic guitar and heavy drum beats, this number is great for getting the party started. Oh! When the chorus comes, don’t forget to do the headbang for brownie points.

6. Dhimma Thirigae

We have all used the iconic Mahesh Babu dialogue “yevadu kodate dhimma thirigi mind block aitundo…” Now we can sing it too! The song Dhimma Thirigae from Srimanthudu is a tribute to superstar Mahesh Babu. With its close-to-home feel, it will bring out the real Telugu spirit in you.

In case you aren’t in the mood for partying and dancing, head to ZEE5 and watch films like Brahmotsavam and Oh My Friend.

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