Producer: Dayanidhi Azhagiri
Stars: Jai, Swathi, Sunny Leone, RJ Balaji
Director: Saravana Rajan
Music: Vivek Shiva, Mervin Solomon, Yuvan Shankar Raja
Dayanidhi Alagiri’s ‘Vadacurry’ introduces the music director duo Vivek Shiva and Mervin Solomon, who joined the project mid-way after Yuvan Shankar Raja stepped out of the project with just the composition of a song. The album brings forth the bunch of newcomers that includes Diwakar, the winner of recent reason of Airtel Super Singer. ‘Vadacurry’ has five tracks, each one based on different musical genres.
Singers: Vijay Prakash, Diwakar and Ajeesh Ashok
The song is refreshing in many quotients and one among the finely exquisite reason is the coming together of winners of Airtel super singer reality show – Diwakar and Ajeesh Ashok teaming up with Vijay Prakash. The music directors have maintained mildness in rhythmic accompaniment in spite of this track being a folk with more percussion. Vijay Prakash is fantastic, but it is Diwakar sounding up fresh and he is sure to make a big show in music industry and so is Ajeesh who is already a rock star.
Low Aana Life – U
Singers: Anirudh & Andrea Jeremiah
The techno beats in combination of Anirudh and Andrea Jeremiah. What else do you need to envisage about this song before even listening to it. The lyrical lines are aptly done for an item number. Anirudh does the song neatly in his own style and it’s sure to become a party anthem for the late night animals on dance floors. Andrea Jeremiah on her part does complete justice to the track, but its bass work and the interludes that sound overpowering that transits from western to local ‘Kuthu’ flavour. Sunny Leone on the screens should make it a sizzling treat for the audience.
Singer: Gaana Bala
Gaana Bala as usual strikes the right note on the usual paradigm. But what makes a little difference is the lyrics aren’t so much convincing and catchy as in the previous tracks of this singer. Yes, it is merely because that Gaana Bala hasn’t written songs and this is where the magic is missing. But nothing to blame on the lyricist’s efforts, but there is some ‘Missing’ element, which makes this track a mediocre.
Vocals: Siddharth Mahadevan
Shankar Mahadevan’s son Siddarth Mahadevan has already started ruling the musical industry across Bollywood and Telugu. Now he comes across the most loved land of his father. His voice differs nowhere from his dad, but has a new and fresh appeal to the track. The song seems to be happening at a crucial point of the movie and for sure, it will have significance to a greater extent when viewed on the screens.
Uyirin Maeloru Uyir Vanthu
Vocals: Sathyan, Priya Himesh
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyrics: Niranjan Bharathi
The beats on the accompaniment sound little familiar as heard somewhere in a popular English album... It doesn’t synchronise well with the lyrical composition, but the voices of Sathyan and Priya Himesh deserve the special regards for a flawless performance. But it doesn’t sound like a piece of work from Yuvan Shankar Raja.
Getting on for a vivid and crisp analysis, we find the songs ‘Nenjukulla Nee’ and ‘Ullankaiyil Ennaivaiththu’ standing out as the cherry-pick of this album. While rest of the songs might gain prominence with accordance to the visuals, which might take some time to brew up.
Verdict: Decent start by Vivek-Mervin
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