Wednesday July 15, 2015

Uyire Uyire (Music review), Tamil – Anup Rubens & Aravind-Shankar

Posted by Karthik

Oh priya priya is text-book example of simple, frothy pop. In Once upon a time, Anup imports his Telugu-style catchy kuthu, with Mukesh doing this usual to bring it to life. Devadhai paarkiraal, by Aravind-Shankar, too is Telugu-style melody, though the tune borders on S A Rajkumar’s typically much-derided saccharine-sweetness. Tamil gets chewed by Javed Ali in Listen to my heart, but the catchy sound keeps it in good stead. Raja Hasan reprises, along with Chinmayi, his and Anup’s own hit from Telugu Ishq, Chinnadana nee kosam in Azhage azhage, a consistently catchy melody! Anup’s Tamil debut is very Telugu’ish.

Keywords: Uyire Uyire, Anup Rubens, Aravind-Shankar

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  • dn

    Not telugui’ish. It is telugu songs in Tamil! All songs are from Ishq and listen to my heart is from Prema kavali.

    • milliblog

      Yes, aware of that. But again, Sootiga choodaku from Ishq was not composed by Anup Rubens – it was by Aravind-Shankar; not sure why it is credited to Anup here, in Tamil (Devadhai paarkiraal).

      • Uday Kiran

        it was credited on CD and itunes as well where it was not credited as Arvind – Shankar?

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