Imaikkaa Nodigal Music Review

Imaikkaa Nodigal Music Review

Imaikkaa Nodigal Music Review

The film’s expectations have always remained at its best from the time of announcement. Imaikkaa Nodigal is deliberately one of the most expected films in 2018. Starring Nayanthara, Atharvaa Murali, Anurag Kashyap and Raashi Khanna in lead roles, the film has an ensemble star-cast involving Vijay Sethupathi, Ramesh Thilak and many more prominent actors as well. Hiphop Tamizha is composing music for this film, which is directed by Demonte Colony fame Ajay Gnanamuthu. Jayakumar is producing this film for Cameo Films.

Vocals: Hiphop Tamizha and Kaushik Krish

The album opens with a fun-filled youthful number, who doesn’t complicate itself in any panoramas. This is something that can be related to ‘Maatikiche’ from Hiphop Tamizha’s previous outing ‘Meesaiya Murukku’. We don’t mean to say that the tunes are similar, but the treatment. The singers have rendered a cool and simplistic approach. The rhythmic style is same throughout the song and what makes it special is the catchy instrumental we hear between lines and interludes.

Vilambara Idaiveli
Vocals: Srinisha Jayaseelan, Sudharshan Ashok & Christopher Stanley

For the first time, you hear the song; we get to see that it faintly resembles the number ‘Oxygen’ from Kavan. There is something special about the song and it is about how the rendition of singers – Srinisha Jayaseelan, Sudharshan Ashok & Christopher Stanley. Their voices go well in synch with the instrumentals. This song is sure to get well with the visuals indeed.

Neeyum Naanum Anbe
Vocals: Raghu Dixit, Sathyaprakash D & Jithin Raj

This song Neeyum Naanum Anbe stands out to be a natural cherry pick for it has a beautiful amalgamation of instrumentals and voices indeed. The lyrical lines are so captivating and use of pleasant stringed instruments makes it more exquisitely elegant. Not to miss the intonating style of Raghu Dixit, Sathyaprakash D and Jithin Raj.

Kadhal Oru Aagayam
Vocals: Tee-Jay & Al Rufian

Much alike the previous song, we get to see the lyrical prominence, where certain lines are so much compelling. One of the most salient features about the song is that Aadhi has gained some exceptional qualities in a matured way to know how to underplay with instruments and sound. This makes Tee-Jay and Al Rufian make an impressive approach.

Lion vs. Hyenas
Vocals: Magizh Thirumeni

Hiphop Aadhi is always on his best when it comes to packaging such numbers, where the voiceovers are extraordinary. He attempted upon the similar paradigm in the album of Thani Oruvan with Jayam Ravi as Mithran IPS and Arvind Swamy as Siddarth Abhimanyu. Over here, the voiceover Magizh Thirumeni offers stunning effect with this rendition. It’s so powerful and is sure to be the best among rest of the songs.

Rudra’s Symphony

The violins and strings we get to hear as a part of this theme music in accordance to guitars with jarring style is astounding. In fact, we hear the song as a part of theatrical trailer, which is so much spellbinding.

On the whole, Imaikka Nodigal has some songs that are composed in routine Hiphop Aadhi style, but when it comes some attempt as in Rudra’s Symphony and Kadhal Oru Aagayam is something much exceptional from his league.