Idhu Enna Maayam Music Review

Idhu Enna Maayam Music Review

Music Reviews 7-Apr-2015 10:39 AM IST RM Comments

Just as GV Prakash, AL Vijay and Na. Muthukumar managed to sweep couple of National awards for their previous work ‘Saivam’, they are back with an unique genre of film titled ‘Idhu Enna Maayam’ starring Vikram Prabhu and Keerthi in lead roles.

High Voltage
Singers: MC Vickey
Lyrics: MC Vickey

A start that gets a peppy scenario with a rap song written and crooned by MC Vickey. The song has been delivered with more appealing style, but it sounds somewhere slightly time worn and maybe, it could gain its prominence when viewed on the screens.

Iravaaga Nee
Singers: GV Prakash, Saindhavi
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

Whenever, this beautiful combination of GV Prakash and Saindhavi happens, it becomes so much happier for any music buff for they can be gladly getting their best due of celebration. Especially, their melodious songs have been mellisonant poisons that would never leave us away from its mania. This song is no exception for both the intonating style and musical composing is done with more elegance.

Machi Machi
Singers: Udit narayan, Devan Ekambaram, Navin Iyer
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

It sounds like a title song and nearly after a long hiatus; we hear the number from Udit Narayanan, the renowned Bollywood singer who attempts for a catchy and slightly funny pronunciation of Tamil. Devan Ekambaram and Navin Iyer give their earnest accompaniments alongside Udit, which is quite appreciable.

Singers: GV Prakash, Harini
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

Harini has always been a singer with impeccable voice and whatever songs she croons, irrespective of genre; it would earnestly have the best results. Similarly, Irukkiraai is one such illustration and GV Prakash gives into the same style of rendition. Moreover, the song is just average albeit the wonderful work of Harini.

Suttrum Boomi Maele
Singers: Shireen Shahana
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

Shireen Shahana has the most ravishing voice that is so evident during the initial portions of the song, nevertheless, with the song turning towards the western genre with more metal rock in the backdrops, her rendition gets ruined and the prominence is lost.

A Walk to remember

GV Prakash follows the same pattern of theme music in many of his albums that includes the repetition of same notes in different instrumentals. A walk to remember is one such instance and you’ll recognise the similarities as you hear it.

As on whole, the musical score by GV Prakash is so average that we tend to miss his original touch. Idhu Enna Maayam doesn’t have any highlighting tracks and it’s quite a disappointment.

Verdict: Below average

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