The successful combination of Prabhu Solomon and D Imman exists for the past many years with two back-to-back Chartbuster albums – Mynaa and Kumki. Their third joint venture titled ‘Kayal’, a film based on the incident of Tsunami that shook the world in terror before ten years had the music released this morning. Starring newcomer Chandran and Poriyaalan fame Anandhi in lead roles, the film is produced by Escape Artists Madhan.
The song might sound subtle when heard for the first time, but it holds special mention for its amalgamated instrumentals of strings, violins and best percussions in the backdrops. Moreover, it’s Haricharan swaying on his best to give the best appeal and yes, he succeeds on whole. But the stunning visuals that take you through the tour across Indian maps would add more intensity on the screens.
Vocals: Shreya Ghoshal
D Imman doesn’t miss to have Shreya Ghoshal in his albums and she has been, more likely a lucky mascot indeed. The song ‘Yengirinthu Vandaayo’ has some speciality. The Cello often considered being the closest tone to the human voice and it plays an intriguing in this flick.
Vocals: Alphons Joseph
Alphonse Joseph is known for his much unique voice that works out all the best at high-pitched tone. It may work out sometimes and maybe, not the best to hear on the first attempt, but gradually broods over your senses when heard as the visuals.
Yen Aala Paakkaporen
Vocals: K.G. Ranjith, Shreya Ghoshal
What makes the song decorously unique is the most essentiality of singers embellishing it. Thanks to K.G. Ranjith and Shreya Ghoshal for turning the tunes more compelling with their voices albeit its mediocre composition, it gains our attention.
Unna Ippo Paakkanum
Vocals: Haricharan, Vandana Srinivasan
As the album takes itself to the final course, the songs get over the top and this one is an ample evident with power-packed instrumentals and wonderful rendition by Haricharan and Vandana Srinivasan.
There are creative quotients used by D Imman used in this track and the rendition by Gopu is laudable. The instrumental parts are very well played.
Yenga Pulla Irukka
The most quintessential awe inspiring track in this album and all praises go to Balram. If the song was very much tuned in the manner of just vocals sans instrumentals would have made it a stunner of this season. However, this one with perfect instruments arrests your senses.
On the whole, Kayal is a beguiling album that enchants you vividly throughout the course and especially the last four numbers keep us enchanted with emotional instrumentals and heart-piercing vocals.
Verdict: Splendiferous showpiece by D Imman
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