The most fun Telugu songs you cannot miss
Telugu film music continues to ride on the popularity of its singers and some innovative musical compositions, but its recent dance numbers have added a fun twist to the music.
For years now, Telugu films have continued to play second fiddle to the bigger Tamil and Malayalam film industries. But Telugu films have made a dazzling fightback in terms of ambitious storylines, bigger sets and action sequences, zanier love stories and of course, some of the best film music.
Not exactly known for churning out party hits, the Telugu film industry has dramatically turned around and introduced a spate of hits in its repertoire. Presenting, in no particular order, the best and most fun top Telugu songs you should download:
* Ammadu Let’s Do Kummadu (Khaidi No. 150): In true filmi party song tradition, popularised by Bollywood, this song features a major English rap portion smack dab in the middle of the song. Purists will argue that adding another language dilutes the Telugu song, but who can argue with its immense popularity? It is a major draw on the dance floor and for weddings and parties: check out Ranina Reddy and Devi Sri Prasad’s powerful vocals to see what we’re talking about.
* Dhaari Choodu (Krishnarjuna Yudham): This 2018 interpretation of the Mahabharata epic also had some excellent music. Check out this top Telugu song that ruled the charts for weeks after its release, and which continues to be among the most downloaded songs online. The foot tapping rhythm and percussions add to its appeal, with famous singer Penchal Das adding a rustic element to this love song.
* Rangamma Mangamma (Rangasthalam): M M Manasi lends a muscly edge to this party number, making it one of the most memorable songs in recent times. The lyrics made as much of a splash as the melody, with its story of a young woman’s fun travails with her lover. It is little wonder that this is a top Telugu song that everyone seems to be searching for online and downloading.
* Aaluma Doluma (Vedalam):He burst onto the film music scene a little after he had already established himself in indie music. Rock singer Anirudh Ravichander sang this spirited number for the film Vedalam, and the song galloped to the top of the charts at once. This is a song for and by the mafia, and is reminiscent of some Hindi tracks in the same genre. But it also addresses softer emotions like love and bonding.
* Swing Zara (Jay Lava Kusa): The cop caper Jay Lava Kusa was full of high-octane action. But it featured more than its share of fun music, and Swing Zara is one of the top Telugu songs in our list. Admittedly, the song became more famous because of its stunning video featuring the lovely Tamannah Bhatia grooving along to the beat. Singers Neha Bhasin and Devi Sri Prasad supported the song beautifully to add a fun, sexy dimension to what would otherwise have been just a generic party song.