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KUTTY MUSIC REVIEW
Review by : Malathy Sundaram
Music Director : Devi Sree Prasad
Vocals : DSP, Raina, K.K, Mukesh, Saagar, Sumangali, Priya Hemesh, Mukesh.
Lyrics :  Vivega, Selvaraghavan, Thamarai.
Produced by Gemini Film Circuit and directed by Mitran. R. Jawahar of ‘Yaaradi Nee Mohini’ fame, this film stars Dhanush, Shriya Saran, Radha Ravi, Sameer Dattani, Meghna Naidu and others. The irrepressible Devi Sree Prasad handles the music. The album lists five songs and a repeat of one song.

Life...ey Jollythaan
...
Vocals:DSP, Raina

Lyrics: Vivega

This upbeat number retains touches of his earlier ‘Santosh Subramaniam’ and ‘Allegro’ numbers. What probably save it are the sunny lyrics and some equally sunny sax from Raju.

Feel My Love...

Vocals: K.K.

Lyrics: Vivega

A soft pop-like number with a neat western interpretation of Karaharapriya raga. The notes ‘ri sa ri; ri sa ni dha pa’ keep repeating in the vocals and instruments. A song of

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yearning conveyed well by KK’s voice. Caressing flute notes from Naveen. We have some strings and harmonica too.

Nee Kadhalikkum Ponnu...

Vocals:
Mukesh
Lyrics: Selvaraghavan


A really light-hearted look at youthful one-sided love. A peppy lyric from Selvaraghavan and Mukesh brings his own brand of liveliness to the song. The interludes are equally peppy. The song, however, is a rehash of the old Telugu ‘folk’ mettu.


Yaaro… en Nenjai...
Vocals:
Saagar, Sumangali
Lyrics: Thamarai


Neat lyrics from Thamarai, some delightful notes from the flute, violins and guitar alone embellish this number which again reminds you of his ‘Santosh Subramaniam’ songs!


Feel My Love...
Vocals:
KK
Lyrics: Vivega


Expressive notes from the acoustic guitars and sax (delightful and jazz-like) accompany the singer in what is a shorter version of song no. 2. But they don’t seem to combine neatly with the song this time. Still, could hit the charts briefly.

Kannu Rendum...
Vocals:
Priya Hemesh, Mukesh
Lyrics: Vivega


Another speedy folk number, sure to be accompanied by some suggestive dance movements. Makes you recall many other old Sankarabaranam raga numbers – like ‘pattanamthaan pogalaamadi’ and ‘mamiyarukku oru’. Thankfully, not noisy as the song moves mostly in the ‘sa ri ga ma pa’ range.


Verdict:

The movie appears to be a remake of the Telugu ‘Arya’ and so the songs have a distinct ‘Telugu’ flavor. For the Tamil listener, this album could sound flatter after his ‘Kanthaswamy’. A pleasant listen, nothing more.
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