Director Boyapati Sreenu and music composer Devi Sri Prasad is a sensationally hit combination. All the films released in this combo have been musically very successful. Latest flick Jaya Janaki Nayaka is all set to repeat the same because audio of this film released few days back is topping the charts. With 7 songs in the album, let us see each of them in piece.
1. Andamaina Seethakoka Chilaka: First song in the album is written by lyricist Ramajogayya Shastri and rendered by Sooraj Santosh. Describing heroine as Princess in fort, electric guitar instrumentation stood out in this small 1 minute song which should have been shot on Rakul Preet Singh.
2. Let's Party All The Night: This is a regular party song with peppy lyrics by Sreemani with trademark DSP beats. Prithvichandra and Manasi succeeded in invigorating a pub party culture as the song sounds similar to Rama's introduction song in Nenu Shailaja. Undoubtedly, this track will be played in repeats at pubs and parties in coming days. Traditional lines like Kotha Pellikoothura are vocalized in western version was novel. Although a bit lengthy yet Right Right, Let's Party All Night.
3. Rangu Rangu Kallajodu: One more typically energetic DSP mass Bhangra tune which will pull listeners to increase the volume. The foot tapping dance number has catchy Sree Mani lyrics rendered cheerfully by Hema Chandra and Sravana Bhargavi. A well-orchestrated family celebration song and the line Sound Konchem Penchu Bhayyo... Danchudam Sangeetham is the soul in whole.
4. Nuvvele: Best in the album with soothing lyrics brought back the best in star lyricist Chandra Bose. Melodies stay for long and DSP knows this better. The song is full of life with honesty in simple words conveying a weighty meaning at heart. Situationally strong montages between hero and heroine should be a treat to watch on big screen. Clearly, the top song in entire album sang to perfection by Shweta Mohan.
5. Disco Babu: This is a heart break track which needs to be shot in a beach festival party atmosphere. After Rangu Rangu Kallajodu and Let's Party All Night, this is the third lively and high spirited celebrative song in Jaya Janaki Nayaka. Hindi words like Khallas, Tamil words like Kaadal added a new tinge.
Goa La Unde Lava... Chocolate La Unde Cyanide... Love is a noteworthy lyric elaborates the pain in hero's party. Final drum beats make this one a true mass dance number...just chill.
6. Veede Veede: Voice of Kailash Kher is very much familiarized to Telugu audience. Well written rhyming word play Thakshana, Lakshala, Rakshaka elucidates the valor and heroism in rescuing the heroine. Apparently, this is a formulaic hero elevation and buildup song to match Boyapati's style of direction and an opportunity for Sai Srinivas to stretch his muscle.
7. A For Apple: Very true to the quintessence of item songs from Arya and 100% Love, surely DSP scored one more as lyrics by Sree Mani are funny while Mamatha Sharma and Sagar added more spice. Bamboo Jumbo Rambo Combo... it's a boo song with lot of throw and ease in singers voices. Get ready for the hot show from Catherine Tresa...
Overall, Jaya Janaki Nayaka is a typical Devi Sri Prasad mark album with three party songs, couple of situational songs, one item song and a bit song. Boyapati has a commercial mix masala garden variety album and picturization demands much more.