Oru Naal Koothu Songs Review
From debutant Nelson Venkatesan, here comes ‘Oru Naal Koothu’ that has the musical score by Justin Prabhakaran. The film stars Dinesh, Mia George & Nivetha Pethuraj in lead roles with J.Selva Kumar producing the film under the banner of Kenanya Films.
Singers: Richard | Gnana Anthony Daasan | Dr.Narayanan | MC Vickey | Priya Prakash | Sharmila
Lyrics: Madan Karky
Such songs are always great privilege for the music listeners as the tracks based on marriage instantly get into our senses and this one is so much emblazoning with lots of singers. Their modulations and intonating style gives more life to the song. Justin Prabhakaran has utilised lots of sounds, especially the rhythmic pattern keeps shifting to different styles and it is really impressive.
2. Eppo Varuvaaro
Lyrics: Gopalakrishna Bharathi
The song holds a metaphorical elegance of a girl waiting for her soul mate, which signifies the relationship between a devotee and the divine deity. Haricharan gets a meaty scope to deliver a decorous session and the musical interludes getting into the Carnatic genre with percussion and vocals are exquisitely done.
3. Adiyae Azhagae
Singers: Sean Roldan and Padmalatha
Lyrics : Vivek
The music director-playback singer Sean Roldan is someone who got a huge fan following base in a short span of time. His songs like Aagayam from Madras and few more from albums like Mundasupatti. In all the songs of this album, Justin Prabhakaran has ensured that singers get a scope of their vocalisms and musicians have their time during the interludes. Padmalatha on her part gives more life to this melody.
4. Yaeli Yaeli
Singers: Sathya Prakash, Shwetha Mohan
Lyrics: Sankar Dass
It’s been a very long time; we got to hear something more slow in melodic genres. Justin makes a beautiful track for us, which has a very slow tempo, but the heavy work on strings during the interludes turns to be the icing of cake for this song. Moreover, it’s Sathya Prakash bringing the enlivening moments and not to miss the notes on forte pianos. The lovely rendition by Shwetha Mohan outperforms her very own ‘Innum Konja Neram’ from Maryan.
5. Patta Podunga Ji
Singers: Karthick, Padmalatha, Nelson Venkatesan and Veera
Lyrics : Veera
It’s a normal song that has chorus and composing that slightly reminiscences of Ilayaraja’s yesteryear composition. Well, the visuals should bring it all lively on the screens and for now it’s middling in places.
One thing is made sure through this album that Justin Prabhakaran has a great way to make to A-league musicians. He chooses to take a leap across many musical genres, but is so much adherent to the melodies. Mark our words! He has more chances to get ennobled as the ‘Melodious Prince of South industry’ shortly, maybe in next 10 albums if he strides with same efficiency.