Apsara Rani as Pepsi Aunty from Gopichand and Tamannaah starrer Seetimaar Released

Apsara Rani as Pepsi Aunty from Gopichand and Tamannaah starrer Seetimaar

Subsequent to delivering a people number called Jwala Reddy, the group of Sampath Nandi’s Seetimaarr has delivered a number called Pepsi Aunty from the Gopichand and Tamannaah Bhatia starrer.

Apsara Rani, who was most recently seen in Bhoom Bhaddal in Gopichand Malineni’s Ravi Teja and Shruti Haasan starrer Krack, highlights in the number. The enthusiastic extraordinary number has effectively circulated around the web and sees vocals by Keerthana Sharma and verses by Vipanchi. Mani Sharma has formed the tunes and Apsara plays the nominal ‘Pepsi Aunty’ in the number. The entertainer was as of late once again introduced by RGV and appears as though she got the attention of producers who need her to star in exceptional numbers.

In this segment, we will audit the melodies of ‘Seetimaarr’. Aditya Music is streaming the collection, each melody in turn.

Title Track

Artists: Anurag Kulkarni, Revanth, Varam

Lyricist: Kasarla Shyam

The tune begins on a ‘Accolade for the grand magnificence of this and that’ note. Also, with regards to the class of the film, it step by step grows into an energetic tune. Mani Sharma’s music is pointed toward loaning the number a rousing touch. Anurag Kulkarni’s vocals are sufficiently sincere to breath life into the tune, joined by the vigorous voice of Revanth. Kasarla Shyam’s phenomenal verses are amped up by the beats, which are predictable.

Pepsi Aunty

Vocalist: Keerthana Sharmma

Lyricist: Vipanchi

This uncommon number, shot on an enchanting Apsara Rani, sneaks up suddenly. Despite the fact that it isn’t innovative as far as tuning, the verses have a compensatory impact. Vipanchi’s lines are distinctive and loan themselves to verses driven dance moves. After ‘Krack’, this one is Rani’s second ‘thing’ tune. As far as we might be aware, ‘Seetimaarr’ will be about Kabaddi however a saltine of a thing melody isn’t far-removed the imprint.

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