Star-casts: Vikram Prabhu, Lakshmi Menon, Thambi Ramaiah
Direction: Prabu Solomon
Music: D. Imman
Production: Thirupathi Brothers
1. Yella Oorum
Singers: Benny Dayal, D. Imman
A song that explains about the elephant keeper’s life. It explains about the life by which the elephant keepers get profits from show casing their elephant for the people to enjoy watching the elephant. This song seems will be rocking in visuals as the music doesn’t sound much catchy for the ears. A 2 minutes song for the introduction for the lifestyle of the main casts.
2. Sollitaley Ava Kaadhala
Singers: K.J.Ranjith, Shreya Ghoshal
A usual melody from D.Imaan. Truly makes us all to remember ‘Myna Myna nenjukulla vambu pannura’ a hit song from his previous flick Mynna with the same Director Prabu Solomon. A melody rhythm of duet between lovers. When hearing this song it doesn’t make any difference from the song from Mynna as the music matches more near.
3. Sollitaley Ava Kaadhala – Karaoke Version
Probably this one will be seen in many background score of sentiments and at the love scenes. It’s best hearing the karaoke alone rather hearing the vocals. The music really worked good with the flute and it is smooth and powerful into our heart. The thabla , piano and the flute mixes good with the humming of male and female vocals.
4. Soi Soi
Singers: Magizhini Manimaaran
Appreciative Lyrics written by Lyricist Yugabharathi. It gets deeper and powerful if you hear the lyrics. Especially with Magizhini Manimaaran voice this one will be widely appreciated by the class B and class C audience. The “Soi Soi” words are pretty impressive. Kudos to D.Imaan for coming up to play an different instrument with a different idea.
5. Onnum Puriyala
Singers: D. Imman
The music Director himself gets himself to lend his voice. It starts with melodious softness but goes into beat faster and ends up in a faster way. The lyrics are good. But the composition of really messed up as some parts which lacked to hear the song with the correct rhythm to it as it spits a lot in between of the sudden hitting sounds of instruments.
6. Onnum Puriyala – Karaoke Version
The same song without any vocal of D.Imman. But nothing seems very interesting with or without vocal. There are some humming’s by D.Imman but it isn’t impressive for the one who have heard the Vocal version of this song. It feels dragging even in the Karaoke too.
7. Nee Yeppo Pulla
Singers: Alphons Joseph
A Peppy dancing music which might get you to tap your feet sometimes and its worth listening. It tells some scenes of the film itself. Alphons Joseph has done a very good job singing this song and credits goes to the music director for choosing him to sing. The violin does impressive job in the second phrase. Overall a worth hearing happy song.
8. Ayayayoo Aananthamey
This song has love feelings in it. The beats are too fast which misses to understand some words if you hear it for the first time. It remembers the music from Mynaa often. D.Imaan would have improved some beats to entertain for the ears. It will not sound quiet good for murmuring this song. A song will be forgotten soon. Only visuals should help this song. Not a very impressive
9. Ayayayoo Aananthamey– Karaoke Version
The audio of Kumki has nearly 3 Karaoke version. And this one is the same Karaoke which has no vocals of Haricharan in it. Suffer for ears. Could not hear more than once. D.Imaan Tumbling all over with his music. But trust these music will have visual treats for sure.
10. A Lady and the Violin
Singers: Aditi Paul,Karthik
A re-composition of the Ayayayoo Aananthamey which was sung by Haricharan had been changed to make with singer Aditi Paul and that does made the magic of the singer which is good to hear compared to the singer Haricharan version . As Aditi Paul’s voice matched perfectly to the violin tune and it romantically thrills the whole song with patience to listen keen. A different musical attempt made once more in this version as the music flows softly as the lyrics are clear like crystal. Kudos for D.Imaan for having mind to give the same song to different singers. Its upto the Director who chooses for which one to come on big screens.
Verdict: Visuals should help the music to become more viral.