Tuesday June 9, 2015

Maari (Music review), Tamil – Anirudh

Posted by Karthik

Maari thara local places enormously misplaced trust in the manic, folded-tongue kuthu rhythm and forgets bothering with the tune. Thappa dhaan has a half-decent, predictable tune and again depends inordinately on the kuthu rhythm. However, Bagulu odayum gets its priorities right – it shuns any dependence on the tune and makes a stupendous mix of marana kuthu and an intriguing violin layer! The soundtrack’s best are Don’u Don’u, a captivating call-and-response duet featuring Anirudh and Alisha Thomas, and Oru vidha aasai, with a wonderfully articulated 80s swagger and Vineeth Sreenivasan in blistering form. So-So Maari, but for these two songs.

Keywords: Maari, Anirudh

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  • onion834

    hahaha

    > So-So Mari

  • gmbvsm5

    lol….

  • Prakash

    In the Don’u Don’u song.. there was a interlude in the middle starting with ‘Uruguthey’.. after some time.. i started humming “urugudhoa marugudhoa kuzhandhai manamum kuRumbuththanamum inimaiyae” from aathadi ammadi .. from Ithayathai Thirudathe /Geethanjali… 😀

  • Ravi Iyer

    Don-u don-u seems similar to “Naa Jaane” from chaalbaaz. Also parts of it are inspired by Kaadhalikkum penn from Kaadhalan.

    “Maari” seems inspired by raja…Rajathi Rajan India raja

    Bagulu odayum – violin portion is a lift from The village (this one I picked up from YouTube)

    No wonder, all of anirudh’s songs are so catchy and popular.

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