Devi Sri Prasad is one of the most renowned music directors of Tollywood. His fans call him as DSP. So far, he composed music for more than 80 films. He is also a music composer, lyricist, and singer. His father is also one of the famous writers in the South Film industry. Recently, Devi Sri Prasad even composed the music for the Seeti Maar song from Salman Khan’s Radhe film. The song became famous in just overnight. All his music compositions are always a super hit. Today, here we are going to list out the top 5 music compositions of DSP. Listen to them now.
Check out the 5 most famous music albums of Devi Sri Prasad-
All the songs in this film are just mind-blowing. These songs captured the true essence of Devi Sri Prasad. Each and every song is fresh and wonderful. The song ‘Aa Ante’ became a nationwide chartbuster overnight at that time. Even today, the youngsters who are in love like to hear the songs from this movie.
The songs from this film are ultimate love songs. This movie is filled with music that makes us move without a doubt. The song Bommani Geesthe captures the beauty of love, with its intimacy, mischief, and essence in its lyrics. The break-up song, Nammaka Tappani, directly connects with the people. Bommarillu is one of the best music albums of Devi Sri Prasad in his career.
Devi Sri Prasad brought out the eclectic tunes from his genius musical mind for this movie featuring Siddharth and Trisha Krishnan in lead roles. The music album featured eight songs composed by Devi Sri and all songs are sweet and powerful. Each song in the movie is an unearthed gem. This film’s success cemented him in the industry to compose more good tunes.
Composed by Devi Sri Prasad, all the songs became huge hits and listeners had never heard such renditions before. His younger brother Sagar had given his vocals for a haunting melody ‘Neeti Mullai’. The fast-paced ‘Nuvvosthanate’ is a big hit and soon it was on everyone’s lips. After the release of the film, youngsters loved to dance to this song and it became a favorite for every budding bathroom singer.
DSP composed music for this flick and he once again proved his mettle in striking effects in the music. He delivered evergreen songs such as ‘Don’t Marry’, ‘Gundello Emundho’, ‘Nenu Nenuga Lene’, ‘Na Manasune’, and ‘Cheliya’. Devi Sri rendered his vocals for the song ‘Andamaina Bhamalu’.
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