Ram Gopal Varma has released the music video of the second song Avasaram from Lakshmi's NTR. Sira Sri's lyrics have struck a chord with the audience and raise the bar on expectations from the film.
Vennupotu, the first song from the Lakshmi's NTR, was released in December 2018 and it created a lot of buzz in the media with some TDP leaders protesting agaist the makers of the film. Months after this, Ram Gopal Varma announced to release its second song Avasaram. The director tweeted on March 5. "The second song of #LakshmisNTR will release tomorrow morning the 7 th at 9.27 AM"
Ram Gopal Varma reminded his followers, "All relationships are need based "Avasaram" song video from #LakshmisNTR releasing in 39 minutes at 9.27 AM" He released the song on his YouTube Channel at the promised time, shared its link on Twitter and wrote, "Here is the AVASARAM song from #LakshmisNTR and no it is not sung by GHANTASALA .. Music by @Kalyanimalik31 and lyrics by @Sirasri"
Avasaram is a sad song, which apparently depicts a part of narration of the story of Lakshmi's NTR. The movie is all about how people around NT Rama Rao used to bow down for power and all the relationships were based on their needs. The song is intended to send out a strong message to society.
What strikes the most of this song are Sira Sri's lyrics and Wilson Herald's voice. In reply to RGV's Twitter post, many expressed their happiness over them. But some audience are unhappy with Kalyani Malik's music, as they feel that it could have been better if it had highlighted the emotional quotient of the film.
The philosophy which is very "avasaram" to the people who are in relations illusion
Palle Sujith Reddy @PalleSujith
Amazing lyrics not only related to #NTR garu, for all humans... A big hug to team
Though Mastaaru has not sung it, the voice is very clear; unlike the current crop of mumble-jumble voices. Could have been better composed and music provided.
Lakshmi's NTR is a biographical drama based on the real-life of former chief minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh NT Rama Rao from the perspective of Lakshmi Parvati as well as NT Rama Rao during his last days. The film is directed by Ram Gopal Varma and Agasthya Manju and produced by YSR Congress Party member Rakesh Reddy.