Famous Playback Singer’s Shocking Comments On Samantha’s ‘Oo Solriya’ Song – Goes Viral!!
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By Surithi J
Famous playback singer LR Eswari made headlines for her comments on the popular item song “Oo Solriya Mama ” from the movie “Pushpa: The Rise,” starring Allu Arjun and Samantha Ruth Prabhu. During an interview with a YouTube channel, she expressed her disappointment with the current trend of item songs in movies and stated that if she had sung the song “Oo Solriya Mama,” the range of the song would have changed entirely. She further added that the olden days were different and there was a reason why their songs remained classics and remarkable even to this day.
The Legendary singer said that she didn’t like the song and questioned “What would the new children (new singers) know?” She also wanted music directors to look into their works and make them sing perfectly.
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source : Behindwoods
LR Eswari is a name that has been synonymous with South Indian music for more than half a century. Born in 1939, she began her career as a playback singer in Tamil cinema in the 1950s and went on to establish herself as a versatile artist who could sing in multiple languages, including Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Hindi, Tulu, and English. She has recorded over 10,000 songs and has been honored with several awards, including the prestigious Kalaimamani award by the Tamil Nadu government.
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LR Eswari’s comments have sparked a debate about the role of item songs in modern cinema and the changing landscape of the music industry. On the one hand, some argue that item songs are an essential part of commercial cinema and serve as a marketing tool to attract audiences. On the other hand, others believe that item songs promote objectification and sexism and are detrimental to the portrayal of women in movies.
Watch the song featuring Samantha below :
The famous singer’s view upon this song also shed light on the challenges faced by the newer generation of singers who are expected to perform in a style that may not be their own. Many music directors prefer singers who can adapt to various genres and styles, which has led to a homogenization of music and a lack of diversity in the industry. Additionally, the pressure to deliver hits has resulted in a focus on catchy tunes and lyrics that lack depth and substance.
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Despite these challenges, LR Eswari remains a beloved figure in South Indian music, and her contributions to the industry cannot be overstated. She has sung for some of the most iconic movies and characters, and her voice has the ability to transport listeners to another time and place. Her songs are a testament to the richness and diversity of South Indian music, and her legacy will continue to inspire future generations of musicians and artists.
In conclusion, LR Eswari’s comments on the item song “Oo Solriya Mama” have sparked an important discussion about the role of item songs in modern cinema and the changing landscape of the music industry. While some may disagree with her views, her contributions to the industry cannot be ignored, and her legacy will continue to influence and inspire future generations of musicians and artists.
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