KONJAM KOFFEE KONJAM KAADHAL MUSIC REVIEW
by : Kaushik L.M
Hridayaraaj, Aditi, Revathi Menon, Nassar
Ganeswar Tripathy And Venky
Prasanna, Neha Nair, Suchit Suresan, Snigdha Chandra, Ranina Reddy, Nivas, Gayathri SG, Shakthishree Gopalan, Phani Kalyan, Abhay Jodhpurkar, Yazin Nazar, Pooja, Sathya Prakash, Sharanya Srinivasan, Swara Swami, Mann Taneja
Chitraa Venky, Palani Bharathi, Adithi Deborah
The audio of K4 was recently launched by Kamal Haasan. Another young team embarks on its journey with this romantic movie. The hero, Hriday, was one of the young sons of the lead pair in Mani Ratnam’s Bombay while the heroine is another newcomer. Composer Phani Kalyan is another protégé of A.R.Rahman’s KM Music Conservatory.
Prasanna, Neha Nair
This is a pleasant and lilting melody with mellifluous vocals by both the singers. Both the instrumental interludes are unique. While the first interlude has western opera touches the second one is classical. Neha Nair might be the new musical sensation.
Konjam Koffee Konjam Kaadhal…
Suchit Suresan, Snigdha Chandra, Ranina Reddy
Straightaway the energy levels are set with the rock and roll jazzy style of the song. The song has more than a slight resemblance to Sillunu Oru Kaadhal’s title song. This is an experimental genre of song that is not generally tried in Tamil cinema. The instrumentals are typical of other songs in the ‘Blues’ genre and a pat to all the energetic singers.
Nivas, Gayathri SG, Shakthishree Gopalan, Phani Kalyan, Abhay Jodhpurkar
This song is reminiscent of rock songs with inspirational lyrics. The instrumentals are typically heavy with the guitar being very prominent. The vocals and instrumentals also have a slight classical touch at places giving the song a nice fusion touch. An innovative cocktail, this number is.
Yazin Nazar, Pooja
The piano instrumentals at the start set the mood for the song. It turns out to be a decent melody with the vocals falling a bit short. We expected more after the beautiful opening instrumentals.
Sakkarakatti (Dance Mix)…
Phani Kalyan, Ranina Reddy
A remix of the earlier duet which has the general techno elements associated with other remixes. It is foot tapping and serves the purpose expected of a remix.
Sathya Prakash, Sharanya Srinivasan, Swara Swami
This song doesn’t make much of an impact with just the chorus bits adding some mischief and fun elements to it. The lyrics of this passable number give friendship some brownie points.
I Love You…
Such mushy songs are generally a part of candy floss Hindi rom-coms. This one is short and entirely in English. A feel-good one.
Verdict: The songs are perfect for a movie in the romance genre. The focus has been on feel-good songs and Phani Kalyan is another promising newbie on the block. Worth a shot for the energetic title number, the innovative Uyir Thozha and the lilting Kaadhalae …