The two leading contenders for the upcoming Sankranthi are none other than Waltair Veerayya of megastar chiru and Veerasimha reddy of Nandamuri Balakrishna. After a long period, these two films will engage in an epic conflict of the titans. Let's have a peek at how these two masala movies starring the biggest telugu stars are doing now that a song from each has been released.

Waltair Veerayya recently saw the release of its first single, #BossParty. This song, which was written by Devi Sri Prasad, serves as megastar Chiru's movie opener, and urvashi rautela spreads her glitz throughout. Although the song's upbeat tempo has fans jumping for joy and its bizarre lyrics have proven to be appealing, the general public does not think that it is DSP's best. They might, however, love that in theatres when combined with Chiru's dances and demeanour.

Thaman's music is anticipated to be resonant for Veerasimha reddy, and the first single, "Jai Balayya," was only just released. The song's lyrics, which include the popular slogan "Jai Balayya," thrilled Nandamuri fans to new heights, and they are also praising the music. However, music fans aren't overly enthused about the song because they believe Thaman did an average job with the tune. In a nutshell, both the songs, #BossParty and #JaiBalayya, excited fans but also attracted trolls from critics and meme creators because both sounded unremarkable to them. That is the pragmatic discussion surrounding these two figures.

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