Kaatru Veliyidai Music Review

Kaatru Veliyidai Music Review

Kaatru Veliyidai Music Review

Maniratnam and AR Rahman – Is there any label that will work more than this? So much of excitements and celebrations sprout up incessantly. ‘Kaatru Veliyidai’ has evidently offered the same feelings and one couldn’t wait to get hold of this album and now we have the special analysis for you.

Nallai Allai
Singers – Sathya Prakash
Lyrics – Vairamuthu

So much of poetry and if could just recite it than even being a song, this will definitely get etched up in our souls. Such is the essence of this song that doesn’t a song to be composed on this, but just a mere rendition. But then, the Midas-touch of AR Rahman brings up a much more embellishment and not to miss a very beautiful rendition from Sathya Prakash.

Singers – AR Rahman, Trjinder Singh
Lyrics – Shellee
Rap Vocals – Rajakumari, Shikara

So much of exceptional qualities from rest of the song and it’s a Punjabi treat. Well, this album gets more like a Pan-Indian impact. Already, one of the tracks titled ‘Azhagiye’ features a short verse of Punjabi and this is a complete Punjabi song. What keeps the song going much more happening is the sound effects that you get to hear something like a space music in the backdrops, which will gear up for your attention after much consistent hearings.

Tango Kelaayo:
Singers – Haricharan, Diwakar
Lyrics – Vairamuthu

This is a musical genre that Southern musical audiences are much used to. But guess what? It becomes an intriguing part of our senses as we keep hearing to the tunes. Of course, it’s going to be a visual treat that would definitely enhance the feeling of this number.

Saarattu Vandiyila
Singers – AR Raihanah, Tipu,Nikhita Gandhi
Lyrics – Vairamuthu
Backing Vocals – Arjun Chandy, Nivas, Santhosh, Aparna, Deepti Suresh, Abhay Jodhpurkar

The song stands out to be a much and very much different treat and this is the best cherry-pick that everyone from 6-60 age group would definitely keep looking out for. The wedding song just keeps consistently haunting us for the simple folk beats and rich vocals. The song is shorter in duration and yet it’s so easy to grasp it for the lyrical lines by Vairamuthu are so simple and musical score by AR Rahman reminiscences us off his 90s’ musical spell.

Singers – Arjun Chandy, Haricharan, Jonita Gandhi
Lyrics – Vairamuthu, Karky
Additional Punjabi lyrics – Navneeth Virk
Backing Vocals – Sid Sriram, Bawa Sahni, Keerthi Sagathia

So much of invigorations and super cool track that keeps resonating with the anthem ‘Azhagiye Marry Me… Flirt with me… Get high with me…’ These kinds of lyrics strongly denote that Karky has gone through an intense research of commonly used terms among the contemporary youth. The song just pops out an extreme joy and high spirits throughout the show.

Singer: Shashaa Tirupati
Lyrics: Vairamuthu

A much soul stirring number that would usually go to singers like Chitra or the currently trending Shreya Ghoshal and guess what? Shashaa Tirupati makes it more blissful and there are no moments you try to get out of this world. It’s a song that commutes you to a different world and keeps us so much adhered to it.

Overall, Kaatru Veliyidai is yet another masterpiece from AR Rahman-Maniratnam combination. Their albums have always presented different musical genres from Rap to the southern esthetical folk numbers; this one has its own splendid touch that will definitely impress even the ones, who don’t belong to Tamil speaking territories.