10 Endradhukulla Songs Review
Vikram, Vijay Milton and D Imman – quite an incredulous combination as these personalities own their fame for different style of performances in their respective arenas. Teaming up for the first time, ’10 Endradhukulla’, the film has gained the best impact with its promo songs, teaser and trailer. The audio launch has happened with a low key profile and yet the songs have gained the best opening response. Studio Flicks brings you the vivid analysis of this album that has vocalisms by wide array of singers from Shreya Ghoshal to Vaikom Vijayalakshmi.
1. Aanaalum Indha Mayakkam
Vocals: Sathya Prakash
Quite a normal start as it comes with some good and simple music and decorous rendition by Sathya Prakash. The intonating style is commendable by the singer and yet the musical part could have been much better. It’s so simple in style and maybe, it could gain our attention after some time.
2. Gana Gana
Vocals: Shreya Ghoshal and Anand Aravindakshan
Shreya Ghoshal has been someone who could carry us off our senses through impeccable melodies, but she turns to offer us a surprise. It’s a peppy-trendy number that has some Andhra flavour to the lyrics and guess what? Charmi would be shaking legs for this number. With her screen presence and some good choreography, the song could have a gain over the screens, but not for now.
3. Mysterious Travel
Offering two different tunes of unique genres, D Imman shifts to ultra-mode with the theme music. The tracks comes packaged with certain appreciable elements like sound effects of cars, horns et al. Again, this could be an attraction if placed well with the screenplay and visuals.
4. 10 Endrathukulla (Female Version)
Vocals: Vaikom Vijayalakshmi
So far we have heard Vaikom Vijayalakshmi bestowing us with some of the best melodies. Almost all her tracks have been appreciated for such innocuous and melodious aspects. But now it looks like D Imman is involved in the unwanted experiment of getting her to a different zone, which sounds little odd. He had done a similar spell in Romeo Juliet, which worked out some mediocre results and this one is little disappointing.
5. 10 Endradhukulla (Male Version)
Vocals: Vishal Dadlani and Emcee Jesz
When it comes to male version, there are some good elements that attract us and one among them is the choice of stunning singers like Vishal Dadlani and Emcee Jesz. They make it sound racy and appealing to the senses. If placed well with the racy moments, the screenplay would get more emblazoned with it.
6. Vroom Vroom
Vocals: Santosh Hariharan
To make a precise mark, Vroom Vroom has been the winner of this album and the makers made a good choice of getting it released prior to the full album launch. The song is already a hit among the children and teenagers and when comparing with rest of the tracks, this one sounds quite catchy.
Marking verdict on whole, 10 Endradhukulla has some good numbers, which might gain a good status in accordance to the visuals. For now, Vroom Vroom is the only showstopper that can keep us adhered to.
Verdict: Quite a moderate package by Imman