Archive for July 27th, 2014

Dukki tikki obviously rehashes snatches of Variya from Pudhupettai, but what’s more intriguing is that it sounds more like a Thaman song than Yuvan’s! But he channelises the Bhatt-clan sound in his own way well in Tere hoke – thanks to Arijit too! Shweta Pandit’s reprise too is an excellent variant, orchestrated differently. Of the […]

Ramesh sings Aasaiyaparu really well. Barring the sound being reminiscent of Rahman’s early faux-rustic songs, the lilting and pleasant tune easily works. Shreya and Haricharan are fantastic in Kalla payalae, while Ranjith and Chinmayee do the honors equally well in Vada dai – both being beautifully crafted melodies, though their rhythms – oddly enough – […]

Naan indru has a languorously likeable tune and Rahul orchestrates it with a fantastic punch, besides Sooraj’s spirited singing. Rahul’s lively sound borrowed from his Bachelor Party song, Kappa kappa, keeps the otherwise regulation-style Meenamma in better stead, besides Suchitra’s usual verve. The Dark Theme gets the sound right too, aided generously by Anna Katharina’s […]

Chandran Veyattummal’s lone song, Pokaruthen makane uses minimalistic sound and Jensy George’s affecting singing to bring to life snatches of the battle of Kaniyakulam, between Iravikutty Pillai and Ramappayan. Parvathy’s rendition of Chirakukal njan is significantly better than Siddharth Menon’s vocals in the similarly tuned – a simple, likeable tune – Theruvukal nee. Oorake kalapila […]

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