6 Candles - Music Review

6 Candles - Music Review

Features 6-Dec-2012 9:59 AM IST Top 10 Cinema Comments

Shaam’s intense need for a breakthrough in his career might happen with 6 Candles now. The first look posters that leave us literally perplexed over his new makeover gives a partial favour for his dreams now. VZ Dhorai has been a maker of some good films that include Mugavaree and Thotti Jaya. His previous film Nepall with Bharath in three different makeovers didn’t receive good response, but is now keen hitting bull’s eyes with this film. Srikanth Deva has tried giving his earnest effort over the tracks that is evident as we hear them.

Boy Friend Girl Friend
Vocals: Sathyan

The album opens with this peppy track that is interesting in parts. It has a very good synchronization between the instruments and vocalism. It’s jovial romantic solo track and Sathyan’s style of rendering the song is effortlessly convincing. The playback singer should soon get into the top choices of reigning music directors in market. Well, Srikanth Deva could have pulled little more effort to make it more appealing. It’s like 2feet away from gold.

Aagayam Bomikellam
Vocals: Sathyan, Soundarya

This time, Sathyan tries to get something different from his previous track. It’s completely melodious and is captivating in parts. Soundarya on her part does justice to the song. It would have been an excellent move, if Srikanth Deva had an instrumental version of this song.

Unnai Naan Velvatha
Vocals: S Roopa, Nincy Vincent

It’s been a long time we heard such old-fashioned item numbers in western style with slow tempo. Naturally, it was during the time of MSV, we happened to hear songs with such élan. It’s a good try by Srikanth Deva, but visuals should decide on its results.

Bigulu Bigulu
Vocals: VZ Dhorai, Soundarya

Apart from wielding megaphone and penning lyrics, VZ Dhorai has crooned few lines for this item number alongside Soundarya, who takes a major portion of this track. The song doesn’t run for long minutes, but is catchy to a certain extent.

Vocals: Haricharan

It sounds almost like lamenting phrases of deepest feelings of a lad missing his sweetheart. Srikanth has taken an intense care to deliver the emotions with composition and getting the right singer. Haricharan is always best on solo tracks and this one doesn’t become an exception.

6 Candles sounds better than Srikanth Deva’s previous compositions. It is pretty illustrious that he has taken this album so special. Overall, its average and the songs will have its results more with the visuals. For now ‘Aagaya Bhomikkelam’ remains as a cherry-pick for its melodious treatment.

Verdict: Moderate effort.

Review by Richard Mahesh

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