Archive for May 4th, 2012

Bharat mata ki jai, with 6 singers, is an enthusiastically raucous package with biting sarcasm in its lyrics, by Dibakar himself. Imported kamariya is not very different tune-wise, but this one doesn’t register. The utopian Morcha works for Vishal’s lyrics and the anthemic tune. The soundtrack’s highlights are Duaa and Khudaaya – the former, an […]

Poondamalli, despite LR Eswari’s post-Kalasala presence, falls flat with a tune that hardly works and even the music is ho-hum. Kelamale is trademark Thaman – auto-tuned to perfection and a mighty pleasant, breezy tune! The unplugged version too is a wonderful listen, with Thaman replacing Aalaap Raju. Kaalangal, with Javed Ali and Chinmayi’s vocals is […]

Asathum azhagu flows with a simplistic, faux-rustic tune and the background music holds a lot of appeal. Yeno en idhayam, with tantalizing sax, works as a lovely pop ballad, while Yanakkullae offers something very similar – simple, sing-along’ish pop. Yele yepulla‘s lively tune is a winner – particularly the variations for anupallavi and charanam. Yethu […]

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