Duvvada Jagannadham music review: Allu Arjun and Devi Sri Prasad set our foot tapping with DJ album


DJ-Duvvada Jaggannadham, which has been directed by Harish Shankar, is scheduled for 23 June release. For his fans, his films are a reason to celebrate because they are a true blend of what is known as Tollywood masala. 2017-06-11T17:06:43+00:00″>
Published:June 11, 2017 5:06 pm

DJ Duvvada Jaggannadham music: Allu Arjun’s film music is a treat to every soul that loves his films. Now, the fans are patiently waiting for his upcoming film DJ-Duvvada Jagannadham. Over the years, the one thing Tollywood fans are assured about is the fact that when Allu Arjun and Devi Sri Prasad aka DSP, come together the album has to be something that will simply blow your mind, and DJ-Duvvada Jaggannadham’s jukebox stands up to all kinds of expectations Allu Arjun’s fans must have had from the hit duo. After completing his work for DJ, Allu will next join the sets of Vakkantham Vamsi’s Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India. However, before the release, the makers of the film have treated fans with its jukebox. The film has five songs and follows what has been a norm of sorts when it comes to Allu Arjun’s films – an introductory song, two massy numbers, two romantic numbers and a dance number. His motive in life is to do good things but never take credit for all that he does. Our personal favourite is “Box Baddhalai Poye”, which is a mass song and you can expect Allu Arjun to yet again nail it with his dancing skills. Pooja Hegde, who was last seen in Hindi film Mohenjo Daro opposite Hrithik Roshan, plays Allu Arjun’s love interest. Listen to the songs here: 

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