Filmmaker Sargunam bagged the honors for his sang-froid entertainer ‘Kalavani’ that was declared as one of the best film in 2010. Here comes his second collaboration with Vimal for the film ‘Vaagai Sooda Vaa’ that is produced by S. Muruganandham and N. Puranna of Village Theatres. The film marks the debut of music director Gibran and he gifts us some good numbers.
1. Senga Solla Kaara
The song lifts our spirits with the overall presentation as every aspect – Composition, Vocalisms and Lyrics is outstanding. The visuals are likely to enhance the song to a greater magnitude. Anitha has a very broad voice and the musical accompaniment is so splendid.
2. Sara Sara Saarakaathu
‘Sara Sara Saarakaathu’ again carries almost all the best traits that was present in the previous song. Chinmayee tries shifting her paradigms crooning the song in a different style. Vairamuthu gives a simple touch to the lyrics, but becomes finely exquisite with the score of Gibran. The song will be an excellent visual treat for the audiences.
3. Thanjavuru Maadathi
Lyrics: Ve Ramaswamy
The song is short in duration and can be regarded as a retro-effect track as the song sounds in a style dating back to few decades back. Jayamurthy takes on a narrative style of song.
4. Poraney Poraney
Vocals: KG Ranjith, Neha Bhasin
Lyrics: Karthik Netha
Gibran switches to a different style of track that is dissimilarly done from previous numbers. The song is about the commiserations of young lovers. Ranjith and Neha Basin make a good pair rendering the song. Karthik Netha has penned lines that are catchy in parts.
Lyrics: Ve. Ramaswamy
The song is short in duration with Ve. Ramaswamy giving in for some commendable lines and beautiful rendition by Rita.
6. Aana… Aavana
Lisbon International, Orchestra and Children’s Choir
The song is done in symphonic style and grabs our attention with the decorous intonation of Children’s choir. Vairamuthu establishes his prominence with extraordinary lyrics that are substantially excellent. Since, it’s a situational song, we will have to wait for the visuals.
On the whole, ‘Vaagai Sooda Vaa’ has best numbers and it’s sure to rock in audio markets. If proper publicity is taken up by the producers, it’s sure that the reach will be bigger.
Verdict: Don’t miss it.
Banner: Village Theatres
Production: S. Muruganandham & N. Puranna
Direction: A. Sarkunam
Star-cast: Vimal, Iniya, K. Bhagyaraj & Ponvannan
Review by Richard Mahesh
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