Symphonic 'Happy Days' tops Telugu music charts

Hyderabad, Nov 28 As 'Happy Days' is the super hit film of the fortnight, it is no surprise that Mickey Meyer's album also tops the charts. The young music composer has put his heart and soul into the score.

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Hyderabad, Nov 28 (IANS) As 'Happy Days' is the super hit film of the fortnight, it is no surprise that Mickey Meyer's album also tops the charts. The young music composer has put his heart and soul into the score.

The top five Telugu songs are:

1. 'Happy Days' - Film: 'Happy Days'. This title song of 'Happy Days' has a symphonic feel. Mickey Meyer's composition is quite popular with Gen Next.

2. 'Satyam Emito' - Film: 'Athidhi'. The highlight of the song is the good picturisation. Shot near Hatta Dam in Dubai, it captures the rugged landscape very well. No outdoor locale has looked so beautiful on the Telugu screen. It is an emotional song sans the conventional dance steps.

3. 'Vennelintha' - Film: Thulasi. A slightly melodious track with a foot-tapping beat by Devisriprasad and sung by Venu and Sunitha, it is one of the new entrants after 'Mia mia' from the same film.

4. 'Layliley' - Film: Nava Vasantham. S.A. Rajkumar scores music for the Telugu remake of Tamil film 'Punnagai Desam'. Tippu renders the song, which is basically a chorus composition with a melodic tune.

5. 'Ammi-Ammi' - Film: Takkari. The song makes one shake a leg. Music director Chakri and Sai Shivani sing this number while Nitin dances to the tune.


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