Seema Raja Music Review
The expectations involving Seema Raja have been more sumptuous than before, the reason being the decent success of Sivakarthikeyan-D Imman albums. So what’s the best with Seema Raja? It comes loaded with more number of tracks than you can imagine. We at Studio Flicks bring you an exclusive analysis of this album.
Seema Raja features Sivakarthikeyan, Samantha, Simran and Soori in lead roles. Ponram is wielding megaphone for this movie and this is this third time collaboration with Sivakarthikeyan and D Imman.
Vaaren Vaaren Seema Raja
Singers: Diwakar and Kavitha Gopi
The song captured everyone’s interest right on its arrival as single track before a week. It carries all the elements that are essential to turn it into a mass song. The efforts emphasized by D.Imman are pretty much evident through each and every element in this song. Be it the choice of Diwakar, who can effortlessly deliver a folk beat number in ease and the instrumental quotients, everything is at its best.
Onnavitta Yaarum Yenakilla
Singers: Sean Roldan and Shreya Ghoshal
A simple and neat melodious track, which gets its Midas-touch through the finest singers like Sean Roldan and Shreya Ghoshal… Yugabharathi has utilized the neat and simple lyrics, which are instantly attention grabbing. D.Imman makes sure that the clarity of vocals aren’t overlapped by instruments. But he doesn’t miss to unleash his mastery in interludes. In few places, the song hits a close similarity to ‘Kanna Kaattu Podhum’ from Imman’s erstwhile composing from ‘Rekka’. There is another version of the song, which is crooned by Sathya Prakash too, which is quite laudable.
Varum Aana Varaathu
Singers: D Imman and Vandana Srinivasan
This is going to be the incessant mode hearing and repeated play in all regions. From cities to the rural backdrops, ‘Varum Aana Varaadhu’ is going to be a top pick for party numbers and folk celebrations. It would have been yet more happening if Imman had tried a remix of this track. The kind of instruments and its mixing that we see is quite commendable. A sure-footed treat for all indeed.
Singer: Senthil Ganesh
It sounds like a song set against the festival occasion and yes, with Super Singer winner Senthil Ganesh onboard, what else can you expect. He has already won our hearts with his performances and this folk song get electrified instantly. The musical grandeur is so much evident in each and every portion, especially during the interludes.
Singer: D Imman
A stereotypical number from D Imman, especially with his rendition, we get traces of many tracks from his previous renditions. Nevertheless, it doesn’t bore you anywhere and could be gradually gaining its impact as the time brews.
Seema Raja Swag
Singers: Shenbagaraj, Vignesh Narayanan, Santosh Hariharan, Deepak and Swetha Suresh
A theme song of its kind, which has a shorter duration and yet has the catchy elements prevalent throughout the track. With the efficient rendition of Shenbagaraj, Vignesh Narayanan, Santosh Hariharan, Deepak and Swetha Suresh, the song has its own punch.
A Late night walk with Veena
Artists: Punya Srinivas
As the album comes to an end, we have a splendiferous instrumental version of Onna Vitta, which is rendered by Punya Srinivasan. The entire song played in Veena nourishes our experience with the beautiful sound mixing.
On the whole, Seema Raja exactly delivers what the audiences expect from this album. Except for few flip sides like some songs resembling D Imman’s previous composing, it doesn’t happen to be a constraint.
Seema Raja Music Review
- Our Rating
Verdict: A cool-jolly folk ride with D Imman