Star-casts: Antony Xavier, Siddharth Venugopal, Rupa Manjari
Direction: Jeeva Shankar
Music: Vijay Antony
Production: Vijay Antony Film corporation, Fatima Vijay Antony.
Lyrics: Priyan, Annamalai, Ahmin.
1. Makkayala Makkayala
Singers: Krishan, Maheson, Mark, Shakthi Shree
Kick Starts with a peppy musical beats with a wonderful voice sync of shakthi Shree where legs starts to tap with the words when she sings Makkayala Makkayala, and that’s become top of the charts for sure making the listeners to have a fast beat inside their hearts. It will make the listener happy. A nice song to hear for repeated times.
2. Ulaginil Miga Uyaram
The lyrics of Annamalai are reasonable and it makes to think for sure about the human soul. A beat that has slow enchanting pace which will stay in heart even after the song finished it. The vocal of Antony spoils a little bit. He would have given this song to sing by others instead of his narrow vocal. A good try in his music but sudden change of tunes didn’t work that good.
3. Thappellam Thape Illai
Singers: Santhosh Hariharan
Seems very faster beat and music stumbles at times. This song has the music which we can have a easy peak over his previous version of films where he used to compose with the same beats. The lyrics are bitter tough to pronounce as hip hop English versions . Singer santhosh hariharan have mixed his voice up and smooth for a different try.
4. Thappellam Thape Illai – Version II
Singers: Vijay Antony
The karaoke version of Thappellam thape illai. But it has Vijay Antony’s own English lyrics mixed here which even calls himself as Saleem. It has all its music loaded to entertain the
audience. It can be mostly heard in the Pubs and Restaurants in the near future.
5. Dinnam Dinnam
This song narrates the feelings of beaten by others and life is full of vain for the hero himself. A vexed and tired hero feels his fate of his life’s daily frightened times. It’s about his life dealing between pain and love. Sung by Deepak have some decent lyrics written by Annamalai. The music really the worse part that’s a spoiled the dish here. Couldn’t hear it once. But has a decent lyrics.
6. No one is Perfect – Theme Song
A thriller music that must be played back in the 1990’s. No different musical spelled out. It’s a normal one and sometimes goes beyond the limit of listening. Audience can expect a lot to hear this BGM throughout the film which will be heard in action sequences and thrilling segments.
Verdict: ‘Makkayala Makkayala’ survives