With the season of Yuvan Shankar Raja happening all over the towns with continuous projects on the roll, Dharma Durai takes a folk genre starring Vijay Sethupathi, Tamannaah, Aishwarya Rajesh and Srushti Dange in lead roles. The film is directed by National award winning filmmaker Seenu Ramasamy and is produced by RK Suresh.
Singers: Chinmayi Sripada, Radhul Nambiar
The album begins with a decorous melodic number that gets an immense breeze of romance spread out by singers Chinmayi and Radhul Nambair. Especially, Chinmayi makes the song more soothing, right from the beginning, where her humming that is so honeyed.
Singers: Senthildass, Surmukhi
A long time perhaps, we got to hear a soothing mellifluous folk based duet and now we have it all with this number, which features top-notch intonations by Senthil Dass and Surmukhi. brings up new flavours and the instrumental quotients by flute is icing of the cake. This song will be brewing up in accordance to the time and Vairamuthu has offered some best on his part too with catchphrases.
Singer: Sri Mathumitha
Her magniloquent voice – Sri Mathumitha is the greatest source of soulful attribute here. The song is about a voice that bids adieu to the man in search of something and yes, it’s surely going add more essence with the visuals as the lyrical lines of Vairamuthu in blend with visuals would make it more on whole.
Singer : Mathichiyam Bala
Lyrics : Mathichiyam Bala and Vairamuthu
This is sure to turn up the theatres with more celebrations and it could be a signature treat for Vijay Sethupathi fans. The song will bring the most appealing dance by the actor and moreover the composing in folk genre is something reminiscing of Yuvan’s appealing work in Paruthiveeran. He repeats it after such a very long time and it is sure to work out on whole.
It’s obvious that every music director would make sure of Karthi’s vocalizing strength as the voice of soul. A search, pursuit or travel upon something in search and this man makes it more appealing. Such is the instance here with the song ‘Naan Kaatrilae’. The musical accompaniment on guitars and live drums are additional attractions.
On the whole, ‘Dharmadurai’ is a stupendous album from Yuvan Shankar Raja that comes with decent package and most of the numbers would definitely make decent score with visuals.
Verdict : Yuvan Shankar Raja does a complete justice to ‘Folk’ genre, but would click with visuals.
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