Nenjam Marappathillai Music Review
Selvaraghavan – Yuvan Shankar Raja – The tremendous combination has been a more than enough factor in pulling more crowds towards its album and films. It’s been 10 years and after their magnum opus ‘Pudhupettai’, they are coming together again in ‘Nenjam Marappathillai’ featuring SJ Suryah, Regina Cassandra and Nandita in lead roles. The album has four tracks and let’s check on the analysis.
Good, Bad and Ugly
Singer: Aishwarya Kumar
The album starts off with a theme song that has gets a humming stroke from Aishwarya, which is resplendent and at the same time offers some eeriness too. Sooner, we are introduced to a power packed orchestral works that gets a Terminator effect too with the percussion hits and not to miss the packaging by Yuvan Shankar Raja. It probably looks like; this would be a title song during the opening credits.
Singer: Yuvan Shankar Raja
The makers promoted the song as a tribute to Kannadasan, but there isn’t much to speak about this in coherence to Kannadasan, it is almost like a ballad. The song gets a very simple lyrics and there is nothing much to praise about him. It’s so simple and Yuvan Shankar Raja’s rendition makes it more appealing.
Maalai Varum Vennila
Singers: Dhanush and Yuvan Shankar Raja
The vocalism of Dhanush computerized looks artificial, but doesn’t make it as a flaw. The musical score by Yuvan Shankar Raja adds up his usual panache. But let us wait and watch how it would be more visuals. But the instrumental quotients are done with a good panache.
Pondatti Oorukku Poita
Singer: Yuvan Shankar Raja and SJ Suryah
This song has simple lyrics that doesn’t need a critical appreciation, but goes onto make a funny moment with some lines. Especially, few groups who love the comedy track ‘Pondatti Oorukku Poita’ from the yesteryear hit movie ‘Agni Natchathiram’ would definitely love it. We need to wait and watch about the visuals that is surely going to make a super show with SJ Suryah’s dance performance.
when an album comes from Yuvan Shankar Raja and Selvaraghavan, one could expect more tracks, but here it’s just 4 numbers. This album is no-way best than their previous ventures, but carries its own style and would definitely get a huge stroke in accordance to time and visuals.
Nenjam Marapathillai Music Review
A different attempt by Selva-Yuvan, which will brew up with accordance to time.