Welcome to Super Telugu Playlist series – For this week playlist edition we will take you through some unknown and never heard before songs.
Gals will come, gals might stay, gals might leave.(Ammailu read the above sentence replacing ‘gals’ with ‘guys’). Songs though will always stay with you, along with the feel. Since today is Valentines day, we have picked up some unknown love songs to ensure that you never lose your optimism. Mobile users, We’d also suggest you view Supertelugu.com from your PC as well.
Oka Pranam (Weekend Love) – Ordinary movie with a fab pair in lead roles. The heroine Supriya Shailja vanished after this film. Hero Adith who made his debut opposite Genelia in ‘Katha’ got his styling right here.
Devatha (Potugadu) – Not exactly an unknown song, but did not get as much attention as it deserved. Probably a different lead pair and original picturization(They followed Teri-meri template of Salman starrer Bodyguard) would have helped the song. High repeat value.
Ee Kala (3G Love) – A slow sad song from the movie 3G Love. The film does not have good production values but the song has class feel.
Vaade Na Vaadu (Inkosaari) – Perhaps the last mainstream movie of Raja. He went to TV channel studios and created a lot of scene saying that he is finding it tough to release this movie because of a big producers group grabbing all theatres. People who watch this movie might agree that Raja’s anger is justified because it deserved a longer run.
Kanulu Kanule (David) –
Since music has no language, including one hindi song. The movie David sunk without a trace, but this song still haunts.
Happy Valentines day to Super Telugu Srothalu. Stay tuned to Super Telugu for the next playlist.