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Vaasava Suhaasa from VBVK: A song that makes us respect the team and reminds us our roots

 Vaasava Suhaasa from VBVK: A song that makes us respect the team and reminds us our roots

Some songs make sense when you first hear them, while others make sense after you've heard them repeatedly. Sometimes such songs come along and remind us of lyrical values while also bringing us peace of mind. Regardless of how many songs have been released in recent times, the song "Vaasava Suhaasa" from the film "Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha" starring young hero Kiran Abbavaram has a special place in everyone's heart and playlists.

There are only a few songs that make you want to learn the lyrics. This song, on the other hand, falls into the same category. As much as this song is required for the situation in the film, it is also required in real life.

Even though the lyrics are complex, music lovers went crazy for this song, and everyone tried to understand it word for word. The Vaasava Suhaasa song has received 1.8 million views on YouTube.

All of these songs were once heard in the films of veteran director Kalathapasvi "Vishwanath" garu. The song "Vidhata Talapuna Prabhavadi Annadhi Jeevan Vedam" from his film Sirivennella became a hit. Those words have a powerful meaning and are a source of life, which will make the audience feel good.

Now, the song Vaasava Suhaasa has the same effect on music lovers and audiences. Everyone will be hypnotised by the complex yet life-filled lyrics.

"Yuga Yugaluga Prabhodamai

Padhi Vidhaluga Padhe Padhe

Paliketi Sayamimmanna

Jaadale Kadha Nuvvedhikinadedaina

Chirumoviki jarigina chirunavvula Praasana

Chigureyaka aaguna.. nuvvele daarina.

Ninnu Ninnuga Maarchina.. nee ninnati Anchuna

Oo Kammati Paatame.. etu chusina"

In the aforementioned lyrics, "Isn't that the way you're going, how can you not smile on your way? Ten avatars raised to tell him to help you is ideal. The current consensus emanates from your past experience "is also noteworthy in this song.

It can be said that putting such a song in a Gen Z movie is a daring attempt. Producer Bunny Vas garu took a risk by including this song in the film, which earned the team and lyricist more respect. Above all, "Kalathapaswi Vishwanath" garu launched this song, and the veteran director praised the team for their commendable effort.

It's a good thing this song was well received. This song was written by Kalyan Chakravarthy and sung by Karunya. The music for this film was composed by Chaitan Bharadwaj, and it is set to be released on February 17 as a gift for Maha Shivaratri.

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