Music composer Devi Sri Prasad or DSP as he’s popularly often called is basking in the success of the tracks from the movie Pushpa- The Rise. From ‘Srivalli’ to ‘Oo Antava’, songs from the movie went viral and has additionally had a global enchantment with a number of gamers getting hooked on to the song and its hook steps. DSP lately carried out dwell on stage for IIFA Rocks 2022 in Abu Dhabi. Ahead of the occasion, he spoke to Bollywood Hungama about the success of the music of the pan-India movie Pushpa starring Allu Arjun and Rashmika Mandanna.
EXCLUSIVE: Devi Sri Prasad on the success of Pushpa’s music: “I always make sure that each and every song of mine fits beautifully into the script”
Thanking the viewers and the staff of Pushpa, DSP stated, “I must be actually grateful to all of you for making this such an enormous blockbuster and what I beloved about the complete factor about Pushpa is that the complete album of Pushpa was a blockbuster throughout the nation in all languages that we launched and that occurs after we really imagine in the venture and the film ought to have these lovely conditions to accommodate that music beautifully. I believe all the pieces fell in place and due to my director Sukumar sir and of course icon star Allu Arjun for making this film Pushpa. Thanks to Mythri Movies. Once you will have a phenomenal platform to place your music onto and in any case you’re employed for it… I always make sure that each and every song of mine fits beautifully into the script.”
“Bhushan Kumar was asking me how do you handle to get the songs to turn into a blockbuster in all the languages with out dropping attraction. Even when one song is made in a single language and shifted to a different language, it loses its attraction. When you will have little or extra command over all the languages, then it is possible for you to to take care of the lyrics, so they do not lose the attraction. Lyrics turn into the face of the song and I give rather a lot of significance to that. Thanks to all my lyric writers and singers throughout all languages,” he added.