Bangalore Naatkal Music Review

Bangalore Naatkal Music Review

Music Reviews 28-Jan-2016 12:04 PM IST RM Comments

The most celebrated Malayalam film ‘Bangalore Days’ garnered immense across the country beyond language barriers and now the film comes to Kollywood titled ‘Bangalore Naatkal’ starring Arya, Bobby Simha, Raai Laxmi, Sri Divya, Parvathi and Samantha in lead roles. The film is directed by Bommarillu fame Bhaskar and is produced by PVP Cinemas. We bring you the exclusive music review.

Naan Maati Kondn
Singer: Karthik

The album starts off well with a beautiful melody that comes from Karthik. He is an expert who could easily make it all happen with his magical touch and this song gets good scope for vocal prominence and thanks to Gopi Sunder for making an effort to balance it all vividly.

Paraparappa Oru Ooru
Singer: Ranjith

The song has been completely taken from the original version, ‘Nammoorru Bangaloru’. Ranjith has crooned it effortlessly and yes, it’s a montage song that you will enjoy for the vivacious city and these youngsters – Arya, Bobby Simha and Sri Divya enjoying it all.

Aaga Motham Ennai
Singer: Gopi Sundar

Music director Gopi Sundar croons the song and his voice is mellifluous and the lyrical lines are so much beauteous. Maybe, this song is about Bobby Simha falling in love with Raai Laxmi and again, it’s montage song.

Thodakkam Maangalyam
Singer: Vijay Yesudas, Sachin Warrier and Divya

This song is already familiar with the original version and the video song featuring Dulquer Salman, Nivin Pauly and Nazriya Nazim has been top on trending. Now the same turn has been replicated for the remake version as well. There is no difference from between both these versions though.

En Vizhiyin Kanavu
Singers: Gopi Sundar, Anna Katharina Valayil Chandy

The song again is loosely based on the same tunes from the original version and yes, it is filmed probably pictured on Sri Divya and Rana Daggubati. The guitar works are very well done and the rendition by singers is good as well.

I want to fly
Singers: Anna Katharina Valayil Chandy

No changes made! The original song in English from Bangalore Days has been transported here and it involves the flashback sequences of Rana Daggubati and Samantha.

Although, the songs in this album are reprised versions of original soundtrack, it sounds fresh and breezy for the audiences out here, who haven’t heard or seen the original film ‘Bangalore Days’. It’s a commendable effort by Gopi Sundar and songs should get more perfect with the visuals.

Verdict : Decent musical spell by Gopi Sundar

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