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ammavin-kaipesi-music-review AMMAVIN KAIPESI MUSIC REVIEW
Review by : Behindwoods Review Board

Starring: Shanthnoo, Iniya
Direction: Thangar Bachan
Music: Rohit Kulkarni
Production: Thangar Bachan
Vocals: Rajiv Sundaresan, Haricharan, Harini, Pushpavanam Kuppusamy, Raginisri
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar, Ekadesi

This movie marks the return of Thangar Bachan to direction following a brief hiatus. He also has a crucial role in this movie as an actor along with Iniya and Shanthnoo. The movie’s theme centers on mother’s love and the music has been provided by Rohit Kulkarni.

Enna Senji Pora...
Artist(s): Rajiv Sundaresan
Lyricist: Na. Muthukumar

This number has an array of Indian classical and native touches and turns out to be a cheerful and peppy song. It has been energetically sung by Rajiv Sundaresan with some nice ghatam sounds thrown in. 

Amma Thane...   
Artist(s): Haricharan
Lyricist: Ekadesi

The pipes and violin notes at the start set a mellow mood straightaway for this song which talks about the virtues and merits of a mother. The song also has a very lilting flute presence and might become a big tearjerker with moving visuals. Haricharan infuses the right feeling to this intense song.

Nenjil Eno Indru (Female Version)...   
Artist(s): Harini
Lyricist: Ekadesi

This song has a tune which is familiar to the ‘Amma Thane’ song and this one is also intense and melodramatic. The flute notes remain the same as the former song and Harini puts up a very earnest show which scores high on melody.

Nenjil Eno Indru (Male Version)...   
Artist(s): Haricharan
Lyricist: Ekadesi

There is another version of the previous song which makes it three songs in all, with similar tunes and arrangements. Adds a feeling of monotony, and makes us think ‘Why So Serious!’

Rajapattai (Podu Thillale)...   
Artist(s): Pushpavanam Kuppusamy, Raginisri
Lyricist: Na. Muthukumar

The name Pushpavanam Kuppusamy sends out the message straightaway that this is a celebratory dance number. Nothing much to harp about except that the song might appeal to the front benchers. The way the song ends is pretty unique thanks to the peculiar male vocals

Thalai Mudhal Padham Varai (Ins)...

Thavil, nadaswaram, urumi melam and co. make this a typical village based instrumentation piece. The music changes style halfway through after a voice introduces the entry of a foreign dancer. It just becomes a cacophony of voices and sounds after that.

Ammavin Kai Pesi (Theme 1)...

As expected, this theme is also mellow and sad, with the cello and piano being prominent. There is a small female humming bit which gives a haunting mood to the theme.

Ammavin Kai Pesi (Theme 2)...

This is another pathos-ridden piece to end the album. Probably sounds like a credits theme. Decent effort thanks to its international sound.

Verdict: The album has a mellow mood written all over it. Given the serious theme of the movie, the songs also aid in creating more drama and sorrow for the listeners. The peppy numbers also don’t have much going in favour of them.

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