Following the successful trilogy of films based love titled ‘Mynaa’, ‘Kumki’ and ‘Kayal’, the duo combo of Prabhu Solomon and D Imman is coming for a different genre of film. This time, they opt Love again but in the backdrops of thriller, which is based on train hijack titled ‘Thodari’ starring Dhanush and Keerthy Suresh in lead roles.
Singers: Haricharan, Vandana Srinivasa
Lyricist: Yuga Bharathi
The album starts off with a power-packed performance by D Imman and his musical crew, where the orchestral impact is brilliant and something beyond the usual paradigms of this music director’s erstwhile works. In spite of having such proficient singers like Haricharan and Vandana Srinivasan, who have done a remarkable job, it’s the musical part that stands out to be more attractive.
Singers: Shreya Ghoshal, Maria Roe
Lyricst: Yuga Bharathi
It sounds like an introduction number for heroine and it holds more prominence for the instrumental quotients. Shreya Ghoshal turns it all more captivating with his vocalizing style. The musical part we hear during the interludes is so much commendable.
Singer: Gaana Bala
Lyrics: Yuga Bharathi
A middling number, which sounds like a ‘Speed Breaker’ track that could be set amidst the tensed mood. The song is about the present world that is completely occupied by Whatsapp and the human feels are being eclipsed. The lyrical words are well written, but the composing and intonation by Gaana Bala are just mediocre.
Pona Usuru Vanthuruchu
Singer: Haricharan, Shreya Ghoshal
Lyrics: Yuga Bharathi
Shreya Ghoshal’s voice is always synonymous with emotions and this is something that works out the best results for most of the songs composed by D Imman. This song particular gets a much appealing impact, but it would have been better if Haricharan was replaced by someone. We don’t mean to offend him, but someone like Karthik would have done more justice.
Love in Wheels
Singer: Chinna Ponnu, Nathan
A sort of lullaby as it starts and later it lands up with a pretty groovy instrumental that it gives an impression of being more elating about. A sort of celebration and fun with Imman giving the best from his store and it should really get bigger with the visuals.
Thodari Music Review
On the whole, D Imman has improvised a lot over his musical proficiency when compared to his previous album, but he can try to change his style of composing as most of the songs reminds us off his previous albums, but when it comes to presentation, ‘Thodari’ is a commendable work.
Verdict : Not as best as ‘Kumki’, but carries laudable tunes.