About the song
Javed Ali in Hindi and by Sid Sriram in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam are the singers of the song.
Maestro Devi Sri Prasad is the composer of the song.
The song is a melodious celebration of the character embodied by Rashmika Mandanna.
Rashmika Mandanna’s character from Allu Arjun’s ‘Pushpa: The Rise’ has generated excitement among netizens and her role in it. Now the makers of the pan-India movie have brought out a new song as an ode to the character. Titled ‘Srivalli’, the second song now releases following the record-shattering views garnered by ‘Jaago Jaago Bakre’. Sung by Javed Ali in Hindi and by Sid Sriram in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam and composed by maestro Devi Sri Prasad, ‘Srivalli’ is a melodious celebration of the character embodied by Mandanna. The song is poised to become a one-of-a-kind chartbuster written and composed in five languages.
Producers Naveen Yerneni and Y. Ravi Shankar of Mythri Movie Makers jointly said, “Kudos to maestro Devi Sri Prasad, Javed Ali and Sid Sriram for creating this memorable song. It is a song that describes what sets Srivalli apart from all the characters in the film. We invite listeners to celebrate Pushpa’s soul through Srivalli.”
Rashmika Mandana’s statement:
“It is my first multi-lingual pan-India movie and I believe that it has given me an opportunity to explore a different side of me as an actress. It’s going to help me establish yet another milestone and I can’t wait for my fans and audiences to see me bring alive the character of Srivalli, who is the soul of the film.”