Another Fat Tuesday Post! K Raghavendra Rao Songs, Let’s Enjoy Some Fruit and Some NAVELS!!

I find this kind of weirdly fascinating, you can make an argument that one very successful and influential director permanently altered the sexual desires of a whole ethnic/language group made up of billions of people.

Ready to have your sexual fetish brain parts rewired? Let me share a fanmade video of all the best bits of every K Raghavendra Rao song!

I know your next question, “what would he have done with Sridevi? And a flute, a parrot, and a bowstring?”

What about Ramya Krishnan from Bahubali, and a really ridiculous amount of milk and milk jugs and also Nagarjuna?

Finally, what does it look like when someone else tries to recreate that K Raghavendra Rao magic? I don’t know, it’s not the same. We’ve got butts and navals, but I miss the fruit and animals and other objects.

So yeah, enjoy! Your brain is now rewired and you will find yourself strangely aroused the next time you are in the supermarket produce section. Or, dairy aisle!

12 thoughts on “Another Fat Tuesday Post! K Raghavendra Rao Songs, Let’s Enjoy Some Fruit and Some NAVELS!!

  1. That fan video has all of the visual metaphors! Bra playing the congas is my new favorite metaphor for…no wait, definitely it’s the giant fish to the navel.

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  2. Whoa! I have seen all the songs from that fan video separately – but for the first time saw all at one go. Though, that video missed some classics of KRR, especially Sridevi, although that fan video covered some of her 🙂

    >>>what does it look like when someone else tries to recreate that K Raghavendra Rao magic?
    S.S. Rajamouli is a disciple of KRR – that’s why you can see glimpses of that style in the Bahubali songs – Pacha bottesi and Manohari. Even the paint art – was introduced by KRR – you can spot in the fan video.
    Or songs from Yamadonga.

    KRR directed/choreographed the songs for Rajamouli’s debut movie – Student No. 1


    https://s1.dmcdn.net/v/NXGTa1Rt2trqJwKK8/x480

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