Dhanush and Anirudh – These terms are more than enough to pull the millions into the stores to grab their copies. The album instantly becomes a hit irrespective of what the track list is? Who cares??? These grand lofty personalities make sure that their fans gratified heavily and lets have a look how far ‘Maari’ feeds their expectations.
Fast, heavy-pumping beats and that’s sure to turn the die hard fans of Dhanush vigorously crazier easily in theaters. Mark our words! It’s time dance time for his buffs with this track. The lyrics aren’t so audible with heavy beats, but at the end, it’s gonna be celebrations.
Oru Vidha Aasai
Singer: Anirudh and Vineeth Srinivasan
The song stands out to be a ‘Chalk’ from the rest of ‘Cheese’ numbers, which doesn’t mean it doesn’t capture our interests. This song belongs to completely a different genre, but might take some time to brew up. It holds a retro style with some western beats. The song slightly reminiscences of ‘Senorita! I Love You’ composed by Maestro Ilayaraja.
Don’u Don’u Don’u
Singers: Anirudh and Alisha Thomas
While one might keep wondering, where the peppy duet numbers from Anirudh, he brings up an instant attraction from kitty. Don’U Don’U Don’U is a cool zappy duet number that is sure to enthrall everyone out there, especially the party animals. Alisha Thomas makes fabulously splendid with her portions effortlessly rendered.
Odayum Dagulu Maari (The Return of Maari)
Singers: Dhanush and Anirudh
As the title marks it – The Return of Maari, the song seems to be a situation that sets the comeback of local don back in show. The song shorter in duration starts up with a prelude on violin, which gives a Gangsta rap, which immediately turns into the Chennai coastal anthem style.
The Maari Swag
Maari Swag doesn’t need an introduction for it created the incredulous fever right with the first look teaser that emerged to be a fascinating frenzy moment for the Dhanush fans.
Thappa Dhaan Theriyum
Singer: Aniurdh, Dhanush, Chinna Ponnu and Maghizhini Manimaaran
The album has the curtains down with more and more of ‘Maari’ genre, which is Kuthu number that brings the complete energy of percussionists pumping out the best beats. Apparently, much alike the title song, there seems to be too much of noise over the instruments and the voices aren’t clear though, but has its impact on the listeners with super celebration mode.
As on whole, Maari songs might not be an earnest pick of minuscule cohort of symphonic fans, but this is a custom made album exclusively for Dhanush fans and if you had liked VIP, the previous one from this same combo of Dhanush-Anirudh, ‘Maari’ is half distance away from where their magnum opus had turned the spotlights last year.
Verdict: Completely massive. But not as special as VIP