Ravi teja’s Raja the great Songs Lyrics

Raja the great is the recent movie of Mass raja Ravi Teja. After two sucess movie’s, director Anil Ravipudi comes with a different Concept for Ravi Teja. Mehreen is the co-actress in this movie.

Coming to music, Sai Kartheek is music director for this movie. Sai Kartheek already had a hit album series, with this album he added some songs for the list of top songs of the year.

Album consists of 5 songs. 3 songs are penned by The Rama Jogayya Sasthry. The remaining 2 songs are penned by Shyam Kasarla.


List of songs:

1. Raja The Great (Title Song)

Music : Sai Kartheek

Singers: Ravi Teja, L.V. Revanth & Saketh. K

Lyrics : Shyam Kasarla

2. Nake Ne Nachestunna…

Music : Sai Kartheek

Singers: Sameera Bharadwaj, M.L.Shruti

Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry

3. Chinnari…

Music : Sai Kartheek

Singers: Hari Charan, Divija Kartheek

Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry

4. Allabe Allabe…

Music : Sai Kartheek

Singer: Yazin Nizar

Lyrics: Ramajogayya Sastry

5. Yenniyalo Yenniyalo…

Music : Sai Kartheek

Singer: Sai Kartheek

Lyrics: Shyam Kasarla



The way that Raja (Ravi Teja) is visually impaired, yet prepared to manage circumstances like any prepared police official, is presented in bits. From the investigation of reverberate, to concentrate in Braille, chief and author Anil Ravipudi, has attempted to reason that a visually impaired man can be a piece of police operations. Be that as it may, constrained cleverness installed in the screenplay has spoilt the stream of the story.

The film’s demise has all the earmarks of being in its endeavor to produce a business performer with a fascinating idea. Would it be able to have worked better if the film was totally an activity spine chiller? The characters are additionally an excessive number of and unremarkable.

The main woman, Mehreen Pirzada as Lucky, plays a decent little girl. Prakash Raj assumes the part of her dad and Sampath assumes the part of Prakash Raj’s companion. The other supporting characters swarm the screen more than adding to the story. Indeed, even the rival doesn’t have a solid nearness.

Once more, in attempting to persuade the group of onlookers, the greater part of the scenes seem to be excessively emotional. Pointless subplots removes out consideration from the primary story.

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