Baahubali 2 Music Review: Saahore Daler Mehndi!
Baahubali 2 comes a full two years after Baahubali: The Beginning. And the music is infinitely better. There is no one track or sound that stands out in the first movie. The song Sivuni Aana (Kaun Hai Voh in Hindi, sung by Kailash Kher) doesn't really count, since the beginning is based on a hymn on Shiva, and the rest of the tune is a common folk tune.
In keeping with the theme of the movie, the songs are simple, yet grand. The arrangement is devoid of unnecessary frills.
The first time Keeravani used Daler Mehndi was in Yamadonga (2007), for the song Rubberu Gaajulu (rubber bangles).
The tune wasn't that great, but the singing was explosive. NTR Jr and Priyamani dance like there's no tomorrow. Saahore too uses the, by now familiar, Chinese strings to tug at your strings (he he), in addition to larger-than-life sounding tambourines, which make you want to pledge allegiance to the supreme leader; Baahubali.Source By : DailyHunt