Star-casts : Bharath, Sunaina, Rajkiran, Pandiarajan
Direction : Perarasu
Music : Perarasu
Production : J. Saravanan, C. Bhaskar
1. Adi Vaanaville
Singers: Unni Menon, Chinmayi
The Naadhaswaram and western beats mixed to a combo duet. It was pleasant enough to hear and this song has flutes, piano version and the singers Unni menon, Chinmayi have done a smooth genius work with their vocals to make the music even look melodious but anyway this song has charming calypso-like rhythms and some soothing harmonica notes that add up to a possible hit.
2. Ne yenaku Ne yenaku
Singers: Karthik, Saindhavi
This song seems to be a composition of like 10 years before and there is no special music to the present trending. It looks like something far behind melody which the audience would have heard a lot of times with various composers. But can be listened for quite a few times. May be the visuals will help this melody with a peppy dance and chill locations. A good try for the song with a little outdated tunes.
3. Raja Raja chola
A fast beats must be a hot visuals but the music didn’t make good to ears. A normal beats and tunes some English rap comes in-between but this song is not up to the best on charts. The trumpet really irritates the ears. But it seems a hot one on visual treat can be expected for sure.
4. Vaana Vedika Vedida
This song is for the heroism Introduction to actor Bharath. Bunch of advices from Bharath to common man which perarasu’s previous flicks like sivagasi, Thirupachi has the same type. The music handled in the way Perarasu gives a mass intro for all his heroes in his flicks. It’s surely bound to entertain Bharath fans. However it unconsciously triggers our memories of Perarasu’s previous films.
Singers: Tipu, Krishnaveni Perarasu
The music has hi-impulse beat number will work magic on-screen with Bharath. This delirious musical piece is composed keeping in mind the compelling moments of the film. This will top the charts for some days in the future for a masala song which has all it’s fun with music and dance will surely make it remembered. The lines ‘Mama mama yean ma yean ma’ will turn the audience to be on their feet to dance.
6. Yemma Yemma
Singers: T Rajendar, Anuradha Sriram
This song will turn the audience for the voice of T.R. Rajendiran’s voice himself. The final song for the film it seems. A good beats and a usual commercial aspects lyrics for making the song more viral to market for the commercial aspects to the film finally. But one could think how for Bharath’s image T.R voice will match but it’s all in Director Perarasu’s hands to show the visuals up to its entertaining mark.
Verdict: Commercialism with usual Masala tunes.
Stars: 2.5 out of 5