Aintham Thalaimurai Siddha Vaithya Sigaamani Music Review

Aintham Thalaimurai Siddha Vaithya Sigaamani Music Review

Features 2-Jul-2014 5:40 PM IST Top 10 Comments

It’s Bharath’s 25th film and this title ‘Aintham Thalaimurai Siddha Vaithya Sigaamani’ creates a clear impression that there is something unique and different we can expect. It’s a full length comedy feature and the trailer clearly embellishes this fact. The musical score by Simon has five tracks that are completely peppy and fast-paced ones.

Aintham Thalaimurai Siddha Vaithya Sigaamani
Performed by Thanjai Chinnaponnu Kumar, Sheeba Truman, Sathyaprakash, Simon and Yabama Jo
Written by Simon

The album opens with a techno-Kuthu style and this ensemble group of singers we find in the list add the real meaning of what ‘electrification’ of your senses really mean. Simon has found some catchy words that sparkle up smile on our faces. Moreover, the speaker announcements like ‘Vidumurai mattrum pandigai naal andrum Maruthuva Mugam undu....’ is a funny pick.

Onnuna Rendu
Performed by Vijay Antony and Sunidhi Chauhan
Written by Yugabharathi

It’s a fast beat Kuthu number and just envisage about how it would be with the involvement of singers like Vijay Antony and Sunidhi Chauhan, the song reaches the extreme of all high-energy numbers.

En Anbe
Performed by Vijay Prakash and Ramya NSK
Written by Yugabharathi

The song is actually a soft melody, but the inclusion of some fast beat rhythmic accompaniment offers more refreshment to the senses. The visuals have been very well canned by PG Muthaiah and it should bring more life on the screens. Not to forget about Vijay Prakash and Ramya NSK who bring the jolly feel with their style of rendition.

The Elarai
Written and performed by Gaana Bala
Feat: Yabama Jo

An album without ‘Gaana’ Bala is a weekend without ‘Sunday’. Sounds like a perfect funny proverb isn’t it? Jokes apart, the song are a fun-filled number that brings together the Gaana icon Bala who has written the song and crooned it. On the pars, Yabama Jo from Africa pep up the song with his portions and some of the lines like ‘Aaya Vada Sutta Kadha’ and Bala’s counter tickles our funny bones.

Kandangi Selai
Written by Yugabharathi
Performed by Hariharasudan

The song has attention-grabbing lyrics by Yugabharathi and it’s a decent rendition by Hariharasudan. Simon has used some mild instruments though they are feet-tapping rhythms; they are so much pleasant and will surely have a big time on the screens.

Overall, Aintham Thalaimurai Siddha Vaithya Sigaamani album is a subtle treat that will go well with the screenplay and some of them might grab the attention of front benchers of cinema halls.

Verdict: A decent album of well scored Kuthu and Peppy numbers.

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