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Music review By Malathy Sundaram
Produced by Ramakrishna, directed by M.Prabhu, starring Jai, Vijayalakshmi, Nizhalgal Ravi, Lollu Sabha Jeeva and Nithya. The music composer for the movie is Premgi Amaran, who has offered us five songs.

Toshiba...
Vocals:
Premgi Amaran.
Lyrics: Lalithanandh


Smile-worthy lyrics extolling friendship on one hand and suggesting how to woo girls on the other! A jolly ditty is what we have here, with stylish inputs from the trumpet, guitar( quite good) and rhythms.Could catch the fancy of youth.
Adhe Neram Adhe Idam



Mudhal Murai...

Vocals:
Haricharan, Harini Tippu.
Lyrics: Lalithanandh


A soft, sentimental love duet, leisurely paced and interwoven with cute notes from the guitars( you hear them right through), flute, and veena( plaintive notes).Mellifluous singing from both. Just before the second charanam, Harini’s voice combines so well with the flute in essaying Reethigowla notes. Makes you want to hum along.




Vennilavu...

Vocals: Vijay Yesudas, Saindavi, Dhanvi.

Lyrics: Lalithanandh

A strong Arabian touch is seen in the song, especially in the music interludes. The high pitched curving notes from the shehnai, guitars and the violin are proof enough. A passionate number, with not-so-subtle lyrics set to a stylish Sindubairavi scale. In both the charanams, the rhythms are subdued when the male sings, offering a nice variation.

Adhe Neram Adhe Idam
Adhu Oru Kaalam...
Vocals: Haricharan, Premgi Amaran.

Lyrics: Lalithanandh

Attractive notes from the Natabairavi raga have been strung together for this song, giving a smooth listening experience. Haricharan sings the sorrow of a jilted lover and Premgi consoles him. The initial notes from the guitar that start at the ‘pa’ swara and go ‘pa dha ni sa ri; ga ri--- on to ‘dha’ and then on to ‘pa’ and then to ‘ri’ and down to the base’pa’ are elegantly played. In ‘neeyum naanum’ the notes ‘ni dha ni dha ni pa’ are often repeated. The use of dholak and tabla on and off add variety to the rhythms.


Nammoru Chennaiyila...

Vocals: Venkat Prabhu.
Lyrics: Lalithanandh

Some cheeky lyrics, here! A song sung by a disillusioned lover, blasting womenfolk in general. And the shehnai alone stops us from taking it all seriously! And of course the speedy native rhythms. Fun use of the Revati raga too, from what we hear.



Verdict:

There is a conscious effort on the part of Premgi Amaran to give us melody and variety, and he has to be appreciated for this. Nothing strident or dramatic about the album. Quite a lighthearted one! He does have it in him to offer more original melodies, and we are sure he will. Overall, its an album worth a try!

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