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KAVALAR KUDIYIRUPPU MUSIC REVIEW
Review by : Malathy Sundaram
Music Director : James Vasanthan
Vocals : , Bharani, Prasanna, Srinivasan, Padmanabhan, Chinmayee, Bellie Raj, Padmanabhan, Sharreth, Priya Hemesh, Srinivasan.
Lyrics : Na. Muthukumar, Yugabarathy, Harmony.
Produced by S. Indumathi, directed by AMR. Ramesh (who made the acclaimed ‘Cyanide’ in Kannada which was translated into ‘Kuppi’ in Tamil); this film has Anish, Sonu, Saranya, Sharan, Avinash and others in the star cast. Like the earlier movie Cyanide, this one is also based on a real life incident—a shocking incident that happened in the Police Quarters in Bengaluru after the Babri Masjid destruction. James Vasanthan steps in as the music composer for this film. There are five songs in the album.

Appan Policeda...
Vocals: Sunandan, Bharani, Prasanna, Srinivasan, Padmanabhan.
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar


A simple flowing piece with youthful rhythms that celebrates the rebellious spirit of youngsters. Nice ethnic beats and a sweet bit of flute add color to this song which has been neatly rendered. Could climb the charts for its cheery feel.
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Uyire En Uyiril...
Vocals: Chinmayee
Lyrics:
Na. Muthukumar


The Harikamboji raga scale has been given a gentle western makeover here. The song of a girl shaken by love, rendered sensitively by Chinmayee. The flute (traversing notes effortlessly) and the keyboard sound, all blend nicely. One needs time to warm up to this number.

Gangai Nadhi...

Vocals: Bellie Raj, Padmanabhan
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar


The deep rhythms and frolicking flute celebrate friendship as much as the vocals. Vocal humming adds its own soft touch. This ode to friendship has neat lyrics and could resonate in the hearts of youngsters. Doesn’t appear to be an original tune.


Kodi Kodi Aasaigal...
Vocals:
Sharreth, Priya Hemesh
Lyrics: Yugabarathy


A very stylish romantic duet based on Kanada raga with the repeated swaras ‘ni pa ma pa--------ga ma ri sa’ providing a soothing touch. The same touch is reflected in the tender music interludes too. The blending of flute in the second interlude is interesting.


Thayae…Thayae...
Vocals:
Srinivasan
Lyrics: Harmony


A short bit in what appears to be Yamunakalyani, well conceived. Though the lyrics are a bit flat, the last line is poignant. Could play on the charts for the mood it evokes.


Verdict:

Though the album feels a bit, what shall we say; ‘formal,’ James Vasanthan deserves appreciation for eschewing noisy trends. The music is soothing. We see some new names in the singers’ department, something to be welcomed.
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