Thirsting for a big huge treat from Ilayathalapathy Vijay, the fans had their delight of having the songs launched recently. A fantasy entertainer by genre, the film is directed by Chimbu Devan with Vijay, Hansika Motwani, Shruthi Haasan, Sudeep, Sridevi and many others in lead roles. Devi Sri Prasad is teaming up with Vijay after consecutive hits like Sachin and Villu.
Singers: Vijay and Shruthi Haasan
To make it simple, this is the one and only cherry pick from this album with Vijay and Shruthi Haasan playing with the perfect intonations. This could be a slow poison possessing our senses. DSP in an unusual note gets away from noisy effects and chooses soft mellisonant style. Vijay is the top showstopper with his magnetising voice.
Singers: Shankar Mahadevan and MM Manasi
The singers are perfect, but as it happens with usual DSP albums, the song turns more noisy and overlapping their efficient efforts. But Vijay songs might have a blast on the screens with some good choreography and visuals.
Singers: Sooraj Santhosh, MLR Karthikeyan, Chinmayi and Anitha
Lots of hard work from both DSP and bunch of singers are completely blatant. The percussion gain a good intensity and these efficient singers exert the earnest efforts in pitching exuberant with notes, but somewhere we are bound to experiencing the same old patterned composition from DSP.
Singers: Javed Ali and Pooja AV
After a series of mediocre numbers, we tend to have some good number based on the tribal music genre. Both Javed Ali and Pooja manage to make it sound excellent and even the instrumental part by DSP is worthy of appreciations.
Singers: Mano and Priyadarshini
This should have been the best number in the album for its title, but somewhere it collapses due to non-synch between the instrumental composition and lyrical lines. But again, the visuals would have its impact to make it appear good on the screens.
Finally, coming down to the end of album, Tippu brings an emotional effect with this song that gets a good composition packaged with inspiring lyrics as well. Looks like a situational song and might gain its eminence with the visuals.
Overall, looking on the tracks of Puli, DSP should have employed more efforts in churning out every track as a Chartbuster for its huge grandeur in making and star-cast. Nevertheless, couple of songs alone try to capture our senses for now.
Verdict: Averagely done and doesn’t exceed our expectations
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