Following the good success of Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom, Vijay Sethupathi and Gayathrie had teamed up for ‘Rummy’, which didn’t have them as pair. And now, they will be seen romancing in this film ‘Mellisai’, directed by Renjith Jayakodi and is produced by Rebel Studio Productions. Newcomer Sam has composed music for this album and we bring you an exclusive look of music review for this film.
So melodious and something you might fall in love with at the first time you hear it. Some of the intriguing elements in this song include soft and mild instrumentals on the accompaniment, which doesn’t spoil or hamper the clarity of vocalisms by reigning singers like Hariharan and Harini.
Maria Kavitha Thomas
Nothing really different and unique to look about… The song proceeds in an usual style that holds the features of an item number. But with the visuals turning to be stylish, it might gain some intensity after release.
Srinivas, Maria Kavitha Thomas
The song has a romantic touch with some erotic aspects, where we are taken to a different world. But not too much of a fantasy, the music director could have opted for a mild voice other than a sassy one like Maria, which we hear such of her kind in many albums, especially for this variety.
Haricharan, Shreya Ghoshal
One more melodic track in the album and Sam brings a good choice of singer to elaborate the essence of this title ‘Mellisai’ adding some mellisonant element into it. Haricharan as usual brings the best emotions through his vocalism and no doubt as know always, Shreya Ghoshal is decorous adoring the lyrical beauty.
Take Me Higher
Suchith Suresan, Jk, Maria Kavitha Thomas
English version of ‘Paakkiren Naan’ rendered by Suchith Suresan JK and Maria Kavitha Thomas are quite the same in composing and instrumental panoramas. There is nothing special, but again the singers have their job done with perfection and flawlessness.
Lots of meaning is conveyed through this track. When you have watched the film ‘Mellisai’ and get to hear the music, preferably, it should be like rewinding the entire film we saw on the screens. A very groovy style of composing and the orchestral approach is very well done.
Lola - 1
Andrea Jeremiah’s Lola is an upgraded version of Maria Kavitha Thomas song. Well, both these singers make the song more catchy in their own individualistic style and let us see which one actually comes on the screens.
For a debutant like Sam, Mellisai is a good start. Maybe, it’s not a Chartbuster to boast about, but the songs would gradually turn to impress us with the brew of time and if visuals are exquisitely impressive.
Verdict : Good attempt by debutant Sam.
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