‘Any actor can exhibit the shade of ‘Chiyaan’ in their films, but not everyone can showcase ‘Deiva Thirumagan’ act. It’s only Vikram, who can do such things’ said young upcoming actor Shakthi. The audio launch of ‘Deiva Thirumagan’ was pretty different from the usual affairs. The album has 7 tracks and each song was launched by two special celebrities.
The first song ‘Vennilave’ was released by directors Vasanth and Chimbu Devan while G.V. Prakash along with his musical crew gave the Live performance.
The second song ‘Vizhigalil’ was released by ‘Naan Mahaan Alla’ team – actor Karthi and Susindran. Speaking on the occasion, Karthi said, “Vikram has been a fabulous actor and I think after a long time, he gets a film that is meant for him…” Susindran openheartedly mentioned that he is literally jealous about Vijay for he completes each project within a short span of time.
The other song ‘Jagadadhom’ was launched by Aarya and Amy Jackson and a dance was performed for this number.
Vikram has crooned couple of songs amongst which ‘Pa Pa Pa’ was awesome and it won everyone’s attention. Shakthi and Jithan Ramesh launched the song while Haricharan’s performance of ‘Aarariro’ won standing ovation as even the ardent fans of Vikram, who were howling and whistling for the celebration of event calmed down for the astounding voice.
Director Raja and Ganesh were present for unveiling the sixth song ‘Kathai Solla Poren’. This is quite a different song from other tracks and the visuals were brilliant.
Cartoonist Madhan and producer Azhagappan, father of director Vijay released the last song, which is a theme music titled ‘Life is Beautiful’.
Anushka, Amala Paul, Nasser, M.S. Bhaskar, Black Pandi and almost everyone in the team were present except actor Santhanam.
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