It is without a doubt that Thaman is the most happening music composer in Tollywood right now. Whatever he touches is turning into gold nowadays. He is receiving high accolades for the output he is giving lately and he once again proved his worth with ‘Bheemla Nayak’.
After getting slammed for his routine tunes, Thaman took a small gap and bounced back with rejuvenated energy. There was no looking back since then and he has been churning out one hit after another.
Albums like ‘Tholi Prema’, ‘Mr. Majnu’ and many others were loved by the youth immensely. He took things to the next level with ‘Aravinda Sametha’. His songs were amazing and he breathed life into the film with his background score.
After that, he gave a chartbuster album for Allu Arjun’s ‘Ala Vaikunthapuramlo’. The songs were one of the biggest reasons for the movie’s humongous success. Lately, he became the specialist for re-recording.
His BGM’s are becoming the second heroes of many films. His tremendous work in Balakrishna and Boyapati’s ‘Akhanda’ made the film a blockbuster. It is his background score that provided the goosebumps in the entire second half of the film which had nothing but fights.
He has been roped in to compose the background music for Prabhas’ ‘Radhe Shyam’ and he did the re-recording for ‘DJ Tillu’ which came out recently. He showcased why he is the busiest composer in Tollywood once again with ‘Bheemla Nayak’.
His songs turned out to be huge hits already but his background scores elevated the film to a whole new level. People who came out of the theatres are speaking highly about Thaman’s work. He turned into a miracle worker these days as he is taking a good film and making it a blockbuster with his terrific scores.
Currently, Thaman is working on superstar Mahesh’s ‘Sarkaru Vaari Paata’, Balakrishna’s ‘#NBK107’, Ram Charan and Shankar’s pan-Indian project, Siva Karthikeyan’s bilingual film with Anudeep, Megastar Chiranjeevi’s ‘Godfather’, Naga Chaitanya’s ‘Thank You’, Varun Tej’s ‘Ghani’ and a few others. Hope he continues this form for the next few years and entertain cinema lovers.