Sunday July 27, 2014

Njan Steve Lopez (Music review), Malayalam – Shahabaz Aman & Chandran Veyattummal

Posted by Karthik

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 is a bit too conversational and dialog-based for comfort. Muthu penne, despite the lyrics based on a traditional song from Poonthura coast, has a tune strongly reminiscent of Ilayaraja’s Summa nikkaatheenga! Rajeev Ravi’s second film as a director gets less impactful music than his debut.

Keywords: Njan Steve Lopez, Rajeev Ravi, Shahabaz Aman



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