Megastar Chiranjeevi: Waltheru Veeraiya title song lyrics, Yandamuri impatience.. Do you know the meaning of timiramu.. | Yandamoori Veerendranath interesting post about Megastar Chiranjeevi’s Waltair Veerayya title song telugu cinema news

It will hit the screens on January 13 as a Sankranti gift. In this sequence, the title song of Waltheru Veeraya, which was recently released, was released.

Megastar Chiranjeevi’s film Waltheru Veeraiya is being produced by his fan director Bobby in the lead role. Chiru is coming with full mass action after a long time. Shruti Haasan and Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja are playing key roles in this movie and the hype about the movie has increased. While the songs that have already been released are shaking YouTube. On the other hand, fans are eagerly waiting for this movie. It will hit the screens on January 13 as a Sankranti gift. In this sequence, the title song of Waltheru Veeraya, which was recently released, was released.

“Bhaga bhaga bhaga bhaga mande.. maga maga maga maga magadare veede.. jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga the bad world. Vishishtha is the one who does it.. Vishishtha is the one who removes the heads.. Veeraya” This song is giving goose bumps. But famous writer Yandamuri Virendranath expressed his displeasure with the lyrics of this song. In this song written by Chandra Bose, he objected to the words Trinetrude, which Timira Netramai covered.

“Vashisthu is the penance on the edge of the storm… Trinetru is the one who is blinded by the storm!.. These are the words of Waltheru Veeraiya’s movie song!.. Who wrote it but why did he write it? What tradition does he know? What myths did he read?

Do you know the meaning of Timiramu?.. Trinetru means Shiva Mahadev! He is Timiranetra, that is, one who has a dark eye, or one who has a diseased eye!

Whatever meaning is taken, it is Shivadushana! .. Nayana, tell me on the edge of which storm Vasishta Maharshi did penance? .. Do you know or not? What nonsense? Telugu cinema poetry became a dim lamp with Veturi’s death, Sirivennela’s death extinguished that little lamp!” He posted it on his Facebook. Netizens are reacting differently to Yandamuri’s post.

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