remix album 'Oho Basti Dorasani' by Telugu Popstar
Smita was released today evening at a function arranged
in Music World on 25th June. T-Series produced this
audio CD. Another four songs - sung by other singers
- were also added to six remix songs sung by Smita.
Smita is a well known name in the Indian pop Industry.
Born and brought up in Andhra Pradesh, she has emerged
as the only pop artist from South with a track record
of five successful albums (Hairabba and Hairama in
Hindi and Hairabba, Koilamma and Masaka Masaka in
Telugu). Smita has always been a trend setter. She
has created a trend of telugu pop with the release
of her first album "Hairabba" in 1999. She
released the first remix album in December 2003 by
name "Masaka Masaka" with a stunning video
and it turned out to be a sensational hit. The album
became so popular that people started identifying
Smita as the Masaka Masaka girl instead of Hairabba
girl. Smita is back once again to set a new trend
by shooting her new Basthi Dorasaani video in Scotland
with British dancers and an English guy doing the
Rap bits. This new album "Oho Basthi Dorasaani"
in Telugu and "Leke Pehla Pehla Pyar", the
title track of the album "Miss Sweet Honey Mix",
both are being released by T-Series. The same team
of technicians who worked for "Masaka Masaka"
have again worked for "Oho Basthi Dorasaani"
but with a totally different flavor.
" Oho Basthi Dorasaani "
In this album Smita has sung 6 songs.
Basthi Dorasaani (Abhimanam)
2.Godari Gattundi (Moogamanasulu)
3.Bhale Bhale Magadivoyi (Marocharitra)
4.Theesko Cococola (Rowdilaku rowdilu)
5.Yeruvaka Sagaro (Rojulu Marayi)
6.Adadani Orachupulo (Aradhana)
is recreated by Harry Anand.
The video for this album was shot in Scotland by Rahul
also in Hindi
This time the title song has been selected in such
a way that the old version exists in Hindi as well
as Telugu. In Hindi its "Leke Pehla Pehla Pyar"
from the film CID. This song has been included in
the latest release "Miss Sweet Honey Mix"