Newcomers Abhishek and Lawrence come up giving some newness to the musical touch as they try delivering some unique tunes. The specialty about the album is that it boasts of some best singers.
1. Oru Naal Vidumurai
Vocals: Haricharan, Prashanthini
Lyrics: G Kumar
Newfangled melodic duet as it boasts of an unique pattern. Lyricist G Kumar comes up with a new attempt of delivering some new words that becomes the major highlight. What else does it need for a melody to become a chartbuster when you have Haricharan and Prashanthini? This song will surely stand out one of the Top 15 best songs in 2011.
2. Doo Da
Vocals: T. Rajendran, Abhishek Lawrence
Lyrics: G Kumar
A peppy fast beat Kuthu number for the youth cohorts. Abhishek and Lawrence have reestablished their ‘Cable Raja’ effect here. The song becomes too appealing with the rendition of T. Rajendran. Of course, the choreography has been done very well and it’s sure to capture the senses of fans.
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar
The best pick arrives now with the combo Silambarasan and Na. Muthukumar. The music directors go for the western type song with that is more revealing with the interlude that is played with the base of piano and harmonica. But the spotlighting key factor is Silambarasan’s voice, who gets more coating with the modulation through computerization. This one resembles the work of Yuvan Shankar Raja, but has uniqueness. The reprise version has additional voices by Abhishek-Lawrence and Praveen.
4. Kaiya Thoda Venam
Vocals: Ranjith, VJ Dhivya
The song is a typical folk beat, but doesn’t have any newness. Ranjith has become the apt singer for such songs while VJ Dhivya newly found pearl in music industry.
5. Vaa… Vaa
It really puzzles you for the first few minutes, whether it’s a Tamil song or an Arabic track. Reshmonu can try her luck out for peppier item numbers for her sassy vocalism would be more suitable for such tracks.
With ‘Nadhiyile’ and ‘Oru Naal Vidumurai’ standing out as colossal efforts by Abhishek and Lawrence, the album will surely top the charts within short span of time. All that it needs is a perfect promotional campaign.
Verdict: Hear it for a different experience.
Star-casts: Sanjay, Nakshatra
Direction: Sriram Padmanabhan
Production: R.Gunasekaran, K.N.Aadhinarayanan
Lyrics: Yugabharathi, G.Kumar, Na.Muthukumar
Review by Richard Mahesh
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