Music Composer Devi Sri Prasad Reveals Why Samantha Was A Good Fit For Oo Antava

Pushpa: The Rise is one of the most talked about movies lately. The film, starring Allu Arjun, Rashmika Mandanna and Fahadh Faasil, was released on December 17. And it became the highest grossing Indian film of 2021. Not only the performances but also the music of the film dominates the charts. The credit goes to music composer Devi Sri Prasad (DSP) who is known for songs like Dinka Chika, Ringa Ringa and Seeti Maar among others.

DSP PRAISE SAMANTHA FOR HER PERFORMANCE AT OO ANTAVA

Pushpa: The Rise was released in five languages. The creators have also released all their songs in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. And the dancer number from the film Oo Antava, with actress Samantha, became a hit parade. DSP in an exclusive chat with IndiaToday.in opened up Samantha’s choice for the article song.

DSP said, “The article song was ready before we finalized the actress. It was the call from the director and the producer to cast Samantha. was finalized. And it was a good choice. She brought in a new flavor to the song. We all saw her in different roles and it was a complete and amazing makeover for her. Plus, it’s her first item number and she surprised everyone with her performance. I really appreciate her efforts.”

DSP SHARES A FUN FACT

DSP also shared a fun fact that was brought to his attention by his fans. “There’s this funny meme that was shared by one of my fans where it’s mentioned that all the A list actresses from the South did special songs to DSP music. Like Kajal Agarwal did Pakka Local in Ganta Garage, Jigelu Rani was made from Pooja Hedge, Swing Zara from Tamannah Bhatia in the movie Jai Lava Kusa and now Oo Antava from Samantha. It’s actually very special to me,” he said.

Not only Oo Antava, but all Pushpa: The Rise songs in different languages ​​are also dominating the charts. Speaking of the same, DSP added, “Knowing the language is really important because it helps in making songs in different languages. Making all the songs in all the languages ​​at the same time is a very tedious process, also because in apart from composing and recording the orchestration, it took me almost a month to a month and a half for each song just to record the vocals in five different languages ​​Surprisingly, people listen to Pushpa songs in all languages. This is a great achievement for us.

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