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Have a look at Yennai Arindhaal music review here...

Song 01 : Yaen Ennai

Singers: Sunitha Sarathy, Karishma Ravichandran

Lyrics: Thamarai

Rating: 3/5

Yaen Ennai is a good composition but definitely not the first of its kind. Sunitha Sarathy and Karishma Ravichandran had owned the song with the variations in their rendition. Both have complemented each other and had done the justice to the composition and lyrics.

Song 02 : Mazhai Vara Pogudhae

Singers: Karthik, Emcee Jesz

Lyrics: Thamarai

Rating: 3.25/5

Harris Jayaraj has stored a melody for Karthik in his album and it is 'Mazhai Vara Pogudhae' here. This is also a perfect example for Harris-Gautham Menon combo, with the mix of melody and rap portions in the orchestration. The song carries a heard before feel, even after having acoustic strumming and synthesized interludes that are delight to hear with back ground instrumentation.

Song 03 : Unahhenna Venum Sollu

Singers: Benny Dayal, Mahati

Lyrics: Thamarai

Rating: 3.75/5

Benny Dayal is back with a melody after a long time, he sounds refreshing. Harris Jayaraj needs a special mention for tunes, they are so simple yet elegant. The song is sure to be on listeners mind for long time for its lyrics and feel. Chorus by Mahati and Benny himself takes the song to next level

Song 04 : Yennai Arindhaal

Singers: Devan Ekambaram, Mark Thomas, Abhishek

Lyrics: Thamarai

Rating: 2.75/5

Yennai Arindhaal song is a perfect title track for Thala. Thamarai's lyrics are neatly placed with electric guitar interludes and layered instrumentation. Visuals are expected to be a treat in Gautham Menon direction. This is more a theme than a song.

Song 05 : Adhaaru Adhaaru

Singers: Vijay Prakash Gaana Bala

Lyrics: Vignesh Shivan

Rating: 3.25/5

Adhaaru Adhaaru is like a casual celebration number and is expected to have some heavy dance steps by Ajith and Arun Vijay in marriage backdrop. Gaana Bala and Vijay Prakash have done great job.

Song 06 : Maaya Bazaar

Singers: Alaap Raju, Priya Subramanian, Velmurugan, Krishna Iyer

Lyrics: Thamarai

Rating: 3.5/5

Maaya Bazaar song takes you to different generations of music styles. Starting with Gatodhgajan retro style to montage to Kalyana Samayal Sadham with nadaswarum and drums that finally ends with a lively Temple chorus. It must be a purposeful song, wait for the visuals.

Song 07 : Idhayathai Yedho Ondru

Singers: Chinmayi

Lyrics: Thamarai

Rating: 4/5

Idhayathai is a breezy melody in Chinmayi soft vocals. This song is sure to be on reapeat mode for music lovers. Thamarai's lyrics are beautifully complemented by grand piano scores. Flute and guitar interludes takes the song a step higher. Though it is a reprise of 'Unakenna venum sollu', Idhayathai is soulful and different in its own way.

Final Verdict: Simple yet engrossing album – Pick of the lot...

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<![CDATA[Lingaa Movie Music Review]]> 2014-12-06 16:26:30 aditya Superstar Rajinikanth's KS Ravikumar directed Lingaa has high expectations among audiences. AR Rahman's music has hyped the level of exaggeration among thalaivar fans, listeners and trade. Sonakshi Sinha, Anushka, Jagapathi Babu, Santhanam, karunakaran, Trisha and others are part of Lingaa cast. Produced by Venkatesh on Rockline Entertainments, Eros International has bagged the audio and film distribution rights.

Here we go with quick crisp music review...

Song01: Oh Nanba

Singers: SP Balasubramaniam, Aaryan Dinesh Kanagaratnam

Lyrics : Vairamuthu

Rating: 3.5/5

Oh Nanba is a stunning start to Lingaa music album. SPB's singing has added the enough taste to the song along with Aaryan Dinesh's rap portions and chorus needs a special mention. Rahman chose to compose the song using Middle Western iconic tunes for some heavy dance moves. Sudiences will surely go gaga on Rajinikanth's presence int he track.

Song02: En Mannavva

Singers: Srinivas, Aditi Paul

Lyrics : Vairamuthu

Rating: 2.75/5

En Mannava is a lethargic melody tune that may not be appealing to all. Yet, the track has nothing less be it be orchestra or vocals. Srinivas and Aditi are best in their respective parts. En Mannava song might be shot between Sonakshi Sinha and Rajini in the pre-Independence era and their presence might bring the enough flavour.

Song03: Indiane Vaa

Singers: AR Rahman

Lyrics : Vairamuthu

Rating: 3.25/5

In the third song of the Lingaa audio album, Rahman planned to voice himself to bring out the right inspirational / patriotic feel. Lyrics by Vairamuthu take the center stage for its theme. At the same time, orchestration and chorus equally complement Rahman's rendition.

Song04: Mona Gasolina

Singers: Mano, Neeti Mohan, Tanvi Shah

Lyrcis : Karky

Rating: 4/5

Rahman appears to be back for his very fresh fans who are waiting for the very Rahmanish song for their Superstar. Mano is back with his playful vocals, there couldn't be a best second innings for the singer than 'Mona Mona Gasolina'. What a beautiful start to the song by Neeti Mohan and Tanvi Shah. Exquisite collaboration between singers. Rahman's instrumentation has done perfect justice to the funky lyrics penned by Madhan Karky.

Song05: Unmai Orunaal Vellum

Singers: Haricharan

Lyrics : Vairamuthu

Rating: 2.25/5

Unmai Orunaal Vellum is a heart melting track towards the end of Lingaa album. After rocking, Mona Gasolina song, listeners will not be interested in listening to such wearisome. Background score of the song sounds like Rahman's stock. Haricharan has delivered Vairamuthu's pathos lyrics with necessary soul.

Final Verdict: Balanced Compositions for Super stardom...

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<![CDATA[Irumbu Kuthirai Music Review]]> 2014-08-26 14:12:20 aditya Atharvaa's Irumbu Kuthirai featuring Priya Anand and Lakshmi Rai is directed by newbie Yuvaraj Bose. GV Prakash Kumar has composed music for AGS Entertainments producing Irumbu Kuthirai.

Here we go with quick Irumbu Kuthirai songs review...

Song 01: Penne Penne

Lyrics: Thamarai

Singers: GV Prakash, Raja Bhavatharani, Yaazhini

Rating: 3/5

GV Prakash is back with one more 'Penne Penne' track after Vishal's Naan Sigappu Manithan. And he has composed a simple yet mesmerizing orchestra for the song. Rendition by GV is ear pleasing so as the elegant singing by Bhavatharani and Yaazhini's humming is refreshing. This song calls for a repetition on the first time listen.

Song 02: Ange Ippo Yenna Seigiraai

Lyrics: Thamarai

Singers: Vijay Prakash, Mugdha Hasabnis, MM Manasi

Rating: 2.75/5

'Ange Ippo Yenna Seigirai' is a fresh melody in typical GV style. Electronic beats and soothing vocals of Manasi and Vijay Prakash are highly entertaining. Thamarai takes the center stage for the engaging lyrics. By the time song ends, we are left in a mix-up, hope the on-screen visuals might boost up the song.

Song 03: Pondicherry

Lyrics: Thamarai

Singers: Raihanah, Priya Hemesh

Rating: 2.75/5

Here comes the item number of Irumbu Kuthirai music album in the name of Pondicherry song. AR Raihanah has given an energetic start to the song and Priya Hemesh has wonderfully handled the pace throughout the song. Thamarai lyrics are apt and GV's composition, especially the nadaswaram, flute and guitar interludes maintains the mood of kuthu song.

Song 04: Alaipaayum

Lyrics: Thamarai

Singers: Vijay Praksh, Andrea Jeremiah

Rating: 2.5/5

Alaipaayum begins with a scrumptious electronic score, followed by get-up-and-go vocals by Vijay Prakash, which gives the track a different experience. Initial humming, Thamarai lyrics and instrumentation will leave listeners in bay, yet the composition takes you to different previous songs of the musician. Alaipaayum is a pick-of-the-lot.

Song 05: Hello Brother

Lyrics: Pa. Vijay

Singers: Chinna Ponnu, Suchitra, Ranjith

Rating: 3/5

Hello Brother song is playful retro of Bappi Lahari's chorus 'Yaahoo'. GV Prakash has made a new attempt and included huge set of instruments. The tinge of drums and flute gives a different experience to listeners. Chinna Ponnu is here with her signature style of singing, Ranjith and Suchitra have done a laudable job too.

Final Verdict: One more commercial album by GV Prakash...

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<![CDATA[Meagamann Music Review]]> 2014-08-21 09:25:26 aditya Arya, Hansika's Meagamann is a complete action entertainer by Hitesh Jhabak's Nemichand Jhabak Company. Meagamann also marks the consecutive combo of director Magizh Thirumeni and music director SS Thaman for the third time after Mundhinam Paartheney and Thadaiyara Thakka.

Here is short and quick Meagamann songs review...

Song 01: Meaghamann

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

Singers: MM Manasi, MM Monisha

Rating: 3/5

Thaman has given a beautiful start to Meagamann music album. Meaghamann track takes off with a slow techno that takes a boost with the lines penned by Madhan Karky. A beautiful tempo for action sequences, Manasi and Monisha have confidently rendered the lines. The later stanza will surely leave an impact with listeners.

Song 02: Yean Ingu Vandhaan

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

Singers: Pooja AV

Rating: 3.25/5

Yean Ingu Vandhan is a uplifting romantic number that take you to the imaginative late evenings. Thaman has maintained the rythm throughout the song, which he has inspired from Argentinian music form 'Tango'. Madhan Karky's lyrics and Pooja's vocals leave the listeners in the dream land. The song will be an instant winner with the lovers. Hope director Magizh will come up with some beautiful visuals for the song.

Song 03: Yaaro Yaaro

Lyrics: Eknaath

Singers: Megha

Rating: 3.5/5

Yaaro Yaaro is an energetic item song in Thaman trade mark compsoition. Megha's electrifying vocals and edgy ending notes for each line takes the song to a next level. She has definitely added a song to her list. Though the song is high on percussion and drum beats, jazz interludes gives you the feel of uniqueness.

Final Verdict: Best Pick of lot with Typical Thaman's orchestration...

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<![CDATA[Anjaan Music Review]]> 2014-08-06 09:26:39 aditya Suriya's Anjaan is directed by Lingusamy featuring Samantha, Manoj Bajpai, Vidyuth Jamwal and others. The hit combo of Lingusamy and Yuvan Shankar Raja is back with Anjaan after Vettai, Paiyaa, Sandakozhi. Co-produced by Thirrupathi Brothers in association with UTV, Anjaan has five songs. Anjaan audio launched on July 22 and film will hit screens on August 15, on Independence Day.

Here we go with quick Anjaan songs Review...

Song 01:Bang Bang Bang

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

Singers: KG Ranjith

Rating: 3/5

Yuvan has given a beautiful start to Suriya's Anjaan music album with his signature electric guitar scores. 'Bang Bang Bang' is certainly the best introduction song for a gangster flick, an electrifying intro for Suriya. Madhan Karky has to be lauded for penning reckoning lyrics and KG Ranjith has given his best for the song.

Song 02: Oru Kan Jaadai

Lyrics: Viveka

Singers: Benny Dayal, Shweta Pandit

Rating: 3/5

Oru Kan Jaadai is a soft love track with a rocking background. Yuvan seems to have decided to compose all the Anjaan songs using electric guitar and hard rock music tunes. Benny Dayal has pleasantly presented the song, while Shweta Pandit was just utilized to sing 'Na na na na' interlude. Viveka has come up with awesome lyrics 'Thodarum potta kadhayai pola indha maalai mudigiradhey'.

Song 03: Ek Do Theen

Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

Singers: Suriya, Andrea Jeremiah

Rating: 2.75/5

Suriya's presence will surely leave an impression. The song receives more attention from listeners than otherwise it would have got. Andrea Jeremiah takes the center stage and the duo have rendered it with utmost confidence. There couldn't me more impressive launch for Suriya as playback singer. Na. Muthukumar is at his best. Unlike earlier sound tracks, Yuvan has come up with celebration music using maththalam, trumpets and nadhaswaram.

Song 04: Kaadhal Aasai

Lyrics: Kabilan

Singers: Yuvan Shankar Raja, Sooraj Santosh

Rating: 2.75/5

Yuvan Shankar Raja has tried his best to deliver a romantic number in quwali style. Though he couldn't make an impact with his rendition in 'Kaashal Aasai', it surely calls for repeat listening. The song is a refreshing slow paced track with fantastic lyrics by Kabilan, which leaves you in a different world.

Song 05: Siripu En

Lyrics: Viveka

Singers: MM Manasi

Rating: 3/5

Siripu En is a perfect special song. Yuvan Shankar Raja has aptly composed the song with middle eastern style of tunes. Manasi's seducive vocals have perfectly suited the song's theme. Viveka has come up with naughty lyrics. Altogether 'Siripu En' is an instant hit and Chitrangadha Singh's appearance in the film is sure to heat up the audiences.

Final Verdict: One more in Yuvan template with special effect by Suriya...

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<![CDATA[Madras Music Review]]> 2014-07-09 09:26:23 aditya Director Pa. Ranjith is back with his Attakathi music director Santosh Narayanan. Karthi and Catherine Tresa are on board for this action entertainer laced with romance. KE Gnanavelraja's Studio Greens produced Madras music is marketed by Think Music.

Lets have a quick Madras Music Review, for the songs composed by sensational composer Santosh Narayanan...

Song 01: Agayam Theepidicha

Singer: Pradeep Kumar

Lyrics: Kabilan

Rating: 3.5/5

Santosh Narayanan is back with one of his favourite cuisine alongside guitars. Agayam Theepidicha has some beautiful compositions hooked to the beautiful singing by Pradeep Kumar. Santosh Narayanan's music and Pradeep's singing pleasantly complemented eachother. Pradeep gets a special attention in the loop portions [Kannukulle ipu kadakasivarakadu paaru Ponnukulla Undi Vanduseru...] and he is best choice for the song.

Song 02: Kaakidha Kappal

Singer: Gaana Bala

Lyrics: Gaana Bala

Rating: 2.5/5

Gaana Bala is back with his signature style of singing. Nothing seems new, yet the singer made few improvisations by the end of everyline. Composition has nothing much than steady drums, string sections, trumpets, and chorus one after the other in a line. Kaakidha Kappal might get place in sensational soup songs list.

Song 03: Madras

Singer(s): Hariharasudhan, Meenakshi Iyer

Lyrics: Kabilan

Rating: 3/5

Chennai Vada Chennai song has typical North Madras style with the line 'Enga Ooru Madras-u Iduku Naangadana Address-u' in repetitive mode in different styles of orchestra, starting from electronic beats to drum beats and nadaswaram tune. Thumps up for Santosh Narayanan's thought. Singers Hariharasudhan and Meenakshi Iyer have done a good job.

Song 04: Naan Nee

Singer(s): Shakthishree Gopalan, Dheekshitha

Lyrics: Uma Devi

Rating: 3/5

Santosh Narayanan thinks out-of-the-way. Naan Nee is a glutted number that directly starts with the humming by Shakthishree Gopalan and definitely takes some time to create the actual feel, which is usually done by initial scores. Though Singers pulls off the melody with their magnetic vocals and Santosh Narayanan's touch, it may not go well with audience in the first listen.

Song 05. Irandhidava

Singer: Gaana Bala

Lyrics: Gaana Bala

Rating: 2/5

Gaana Bala returns for a gloomy track in popular North Madras style. He succeeded in creating the mood with typical fiddle music, which was in regular use in 80's. It might go along the Karthi's Madras story while watching the film, but may not be a listeners choice.

Final Verdict: Santosh Narayanan dwells with new genre in comfort zone...

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<![CDATA[Arima Nambi Music Review]]> 2014-07-02 15:36:10 aditya Kumki star Vikram Prabhu is back with Arima Nambi after Ivan Veramathiri. Arima Nambi marks the debut of AR Murugadoss's assistant director Anand Shankar and drums Sivamani as music director. Produced by Fox Star and ARM, Arima Nambi casts Priya Anand as the heroine.

Lets have a quick music review on how appealing his compositions are...

Song 01: Yaaro Yaar Aval

Singers: Runa Rizvi, Shabir

Lyrics: Karky

Rating: 3.25/5

Arima Nambi music ablum starts with an appealing song 'Yaaro Yaar Aval' that is worth few listens. Shabir takes the credits for maintaining the pace collating with the guitar notes. At the same time Runa Rizvi has been supportive. Its a peppy foot tapping number that is an instant hit with youngsters. The very end guitar score is rocker.

Song 02: Idhayam En Idhayam

Singers: Javed Ali

Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

Rating: 3/5

Idhayam En Idhayam is a breezy slow number that is soothing in the vocals of Javed Ali and Sivamani's dishy orchestration. The song has already reached audiences through trailer. Na. Muthukumar has once again penned beautiful lyrics that aptly describes a guys feelings for his love.

Song 03: Naanum Unnil Paadhi

Singers: Alma, Rita

Lyrics: Pulamai Pithan

Rating: 2.5/5

Naanum Unnil Paadhi is more or less like many other special numbers. It is both classy and melodious but falls flat in Sivamani's touch. Rita has maintained the feel with her strong voice culture. Sivamani who is known for his knowledge on various different instruments and the sounds they provide, has put together the usual middle-eastern style for this track.

Song 04: Neeye Neeye

Singers: Shreya Ghoshal

Lyrics: Arivumathi

Rating: 3/5

One more breezy track from Arima Nambi music album. Neeye Neeye is a mesmerizing number sung by gorgeous Shreya Ghoshal and melodiously tuned by Sivamani. The famous Drummer has ingeniously employed one of his skills of making sounds out of water splashes. Piano strokes and Shreya's vocals equally complemented each other and takes the song to a new height.

Verdict: A musical from an experienced fresher; listeners desire more.

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<![CDATA[Yaan Music Review]]> 2014-05-13 09:20:07 aditya Jeeva, Thulasi Nair's Yaan is the maiden directorial film of cinematographer Ravi K Chandran. Yaan also marks the hat-trick combo of Harris Jayaraj with Jeeva after KV Anand directed Ko and Endrendrum Punnagai. Sony Music is marketing the Yaan music album with five songs produced by RS Infotainment.

Here we go with Yaan Songs Review...

Song 01: Hey Lamba Lamba

Singers: Devan Ekambaram, Divya Vijay, Krishna Iyer

Lyrics: Kavingar Vaali

Rating: 2.5/5

Devan Ekambaram has done a great job with the very initial lines of Hey Lamba Lamba that are supported by heavy influence of reggae. This track is expected to be a college campus song that gives you a peculiar storytelling presentation. Guitar interludes along with groovy orchestration and chorus leaves you in a lively feel. But the song falls flat with Harris's usual rap compositions.

Song 02: Aathangara Orathil

Singers: Gana Bala, MC Vickey

Lyrics: Kabilan

Rating: 2.75/5

Gana Bala added one more to his list of besties, but with a variation. Though the song appears to be a kuthu-rap mashup in Gana Bala's voice, music director's regular melodious touch gave it a different flavor. One of the appealing tracks by Harris Jayaraj in recent times. The rap portions in the middle will not be appreciated by many.

Song 03: Latcham Calorie

Singers: Arjun Menon, Chinmayi

Lyrics: Pa. Vijay

Rating: 3/5

Latcham Calorie begins with heavy electronic beats, but slowly Harris brings back his typical scores into the track. Pa. Vijay's lyrics grabs your attention, which includes few technical words appearing to be a breezy duet in college time. Arjun Menon and Chinmayi have done justice to the song. They are the apt choices made by the composer.

Song 04: Nenje Nenje

Singers: Chinmayi, Pravin Saivi, Unnikrishnan

Lyrics: Kabilan

Rating: 3.25/5

Nenje Nenje is a breezy melody in the sweet sounding vocal of Unnikrishnan. Flawless singing with lilting guitar and mellowed rhythm. Though a line or two, Chinmayi marks her presence felt in the track. On the whole, the song makes you flourish in the world of melody though Kabilan's lyrics are not up to the mark.

Song 05: Nee Vandhu Ponadhu

Singers: Bombay Jayashri, KK, Megha, Ramya NSK

Lyrics: Thamarai

Rating: 3.5/5

Nee Vandhu Ponadhu is the last and largest song from the Jeeva's Yaan music album within the voices of four singers curtained by stylish compositions of Harris Jayaraj. The sound track takes off with the Arabic chants by Ramya NSK following the elctronic beats. KK has sung his lines confidently, while Bombay Jayashri has to be appreciated for her meaty voice that fits the western orchestration. All the four singers have done justice to their lines. Thamari has to be praised for writing such catchy words that grabs listeners attention even in the midst of fast instrumentation.

Final Verdict: Harris bumped around his typical style with fresh touches...

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<![CDATA[Yaamirukka Bayamey Music Review]]> 2014-04-21 12:32:40 aditya Elred Kumar's RS Infotainment produced Yaamirukka Bayamey, written and directed by Deekay is an upcoming horror comedy featuring Kreshna Kulasekaran, Rupa Manjari, Karunakaran and Oviya in the lead roles. Newbie SN Prasad has composed four songs for Yaamirukka Bayame Music album penned by Srikanth Varadan.

Here we go with Yaamirukka Bayamey songs Review...

Song 01: Yemaathukaaran

Singers: S.N. Prasad & Harini Padmanaban

Rating: 2.75/5

Yemaathukaaran is one of the finest compositions from the debutante music director SN Prasad. Orchestration in the song is aptly backed by the singing of lead singers S.N.Prasad and Harini Padmanabam. Its energetic compositions will surely make the song an instant hit among youngsters.

Song 02: Vellai Pandhu

Singers: Haricharan

Rating: 3/5

Vellai Pandhu is a soft dreamy ballad by Haricharan. his vocals have taken the song to the next level. Its a well aided vocal melody with breezy instrumentation including Piano and violin interludes.

Song 03: Adaikalam

Singers: Gana Bala & El Fé Choir

Rating: 2.75/5

Adaikalam will leave you with a different feel as if you are listening to a medley of various genres. The song starts off with the meditative outspoken words succeeded by fast beat with female chorus and claps. Before you get into a conclusion, musician introduces you to an unusual Gana Bala spikes that intensifies the choir and stands out as the track’s highlight.

Song 04: Enamo Edho

Singers: Benny Dayal, Sunitha Sarathy

Rating: 3.25/5

Lyricist Srikanth Varadan has come up with an entertaining rhyming lines that are more intensifying in the voices of Benny Dayal and Sunitha Sarathy. SN Prasad's efforts in streaming up a set of pop and rap elements is felt infact they made the track available for the youngsters in particular.

Final Verdict: Convincing & entertaining debut by SN Prasad...

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<![CDATA[Yennamo Yedho Music Review]]> 2014-04-16 17:47:09 aditya Yennamo Yedho is the upcoming Tamil film featuring Gautham Karthik, Rakul Preet Singh and Nikeesha Patel in the lead roles. Sony Music Company is marketing Yennamo Yedho music album composed by D. Imman for the lyrics penned by Madhan Karky. Ravi Prasad Productions Yennamo Yedho directed by Ravi Thyagarajan is all set to hit screens on 25th of April.

Here we go with quick Yennamo Yedho Songs Review...

Song 01: Neeyenna Periya Appatakkara?

Singers: Anirudh, Harshitha krishnan

Rating: 3.5/5

Neeyenna Periya Appatakkara is an instant hit among Yennamo yedho songs. Anirudh and Harshitha are the good choices made by music director. D. Imman's tunes are well framed for the fancy lyrics penned by Madhan Karky.

Song 02: Shut Up Your Mouth

Singers: Deepak, Shruti Haasan

Rating: 3/5

Shut Up Your Mouth is one more youthful funky number with Imman's trademark string session. Deepak and Shruti Haasan have aptly delivered the song cojoining the composers interesting orchestration.

Song 03: Muttaalaai Muttaallai

Singers: D. Imman, Maria Roe Vincent

Rating: 3/5

Muttaalaai Muttaallai is a peppy foot tapping number veers into a duet with the voices of Imman and Maria Roe Vincent. One can feel the music director's enthusiasm to bringing out different style. Instrumentation with different chorus manners is entertaining, Imman's voice culture has perfectly blend with them.

Song 04: Mosale Mosale

Singers: Deepak, Pooja AV

Rating: 3.25/5

Imman has made use of percussion in this song and the nadhaswaram interludes are impressive. Mosale Mosale is one more fast beat duet in Yennamo Yedho. Deepak and Pooja have done a great job, this song is sure to give you a good listening experience.

Song 05: Puthiya Ulagai

Singers: Vaikom Vijayalakshmi

Rating: 2.75/5

Vaikom Vijayalakshmi has come up with one more melody in classical compositions by D. Imman and Madhan Karky's light hearted lyrics. Classical music lovers are sure to look up to Puthiya Ulagai mesmerizingly presented by Vijayalakshmi's unique tone.

Final Verdict: Youthful, Trendy compositions by D. Imman...

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