Ippadai Vellum Music Review

Ippadai Vellum Songs Review

Ippadai Vellum Songs Review

Gaurav Narayanan’s directorial Ippadai Vellum features Udhayanidhi Stalin and Manjima Mohan in lead roles. Lyca Productions has produced this film, which has musical score by D Imman. The album has five tracks followed by couple of Karaoke versions.

Ippadai Vellum Nichayam
Singers: Shreya Ghoshal
Lyricist: Arunraja Kamaraj 

When it comes emotionally overpowering premise of songs,  D Imman eventually pulls up more energy. This has been so much evident in most of his previous numbers, including his recent album ‘Nenjil Thunivirundhal’. Over here, he gives yet another impressive number of that style through ‘Ippadai Vellum Nichayam’. What keeps us so much awestricken is the fact that Shreya Ghoshal renders the song in a never-heard before style. Her ability to easily touched the high pitches is prodigious.

Godfather Kanmaniye
Singer: Aadharaa
Lyricist: Arunraja Kamaraj

The song moves slightly through the plain phase for the lyrical verses of Arunraja Kamaraj are middling. Maybe, because we have so far heard Arunraja penning some heavy pumping numbers and peppy spell, but this one is a melodic one.  Possibly, he can get better with this paradigm of songs. But D Imman doesn’t miss the opportunity to drive the song to the maximum level. For the moment, it’s an ordinary number and it could have its elevation with the visuals.

Thodra Paakkalaam
Singer: D. Imman
Lyricist: Arunraja Kamaraj

It sounds like a title song, preferably, an introduction song of Udhayanidhi Stalin. These kinds of numbers crooned by D Imman always get a heavy pakka local appeal. Thodra Paakkalaam slightly reminds us  of D Imman’s musical score for title song in Arjun’s Giri. But it is only to a certain extent and gets a fresh outlook by the latter part.

Kulebaa Vaa
Singer: Kumaresh Kamalakannan, Nalini Krishnan
Lyricist: Madhan Karky

This is just an average song that comes with an Arabian flavour. It looks feeble in places and might be after some time, the track could get better. But the singers here have done a commendable job with their portions.

Ippadai Vellum Theme
Singer: D. Imman, Chennai Choir
Lyricist: Arunraja Kamaraj

The theme song has been extraordinarily orchestrated and the string works are really outstanding. We can expect it to get bigger and really stupendous with the visuals as it occurs as background score.

Overall Analysis:

As it happens usually with the albums of D Imman, this one too features Karaoke tracks for two songs – Godfather Kanmaniye and Kulebaa Vaa.

On the whole, Ippadai Vellum songs have a middling impact for the moment. Everything is best with the musical components, but the lyrics sound little ordinary. But it is an overall good work by D Imman