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AADHI BHAGAVAN MUSIC REVIEW
by : Behindwoods Review Board
Jayam Ravi, Neetu Chandra, Sudha Chandran
Yuvan Shankar Raja
Mohit Chauhan, Manasi Scott, Rahul Nambiar, Sharib
Sabri, Shreya Ghoshal, Madhushree, The Prophecy,
Sathyan, Udit Narayan, Shweta Pandit
Arivumathi, Snehan, Manoj
Aadhi Bhagawan marks the fifth association
of the Ameer – Yuvan combo and this
flick has been branded as a Mafioso Love story.
Jayam Ravi sports stylish beards and a rugged
look in general while Neetu Chandra is his
pair. The audio of this movie was launched
recently in Toronto, Canada in a grand Yuvan
Singer(s): Mohit Chauhan
This is a complete Hindi number, rendered
by the talented Mohit Chauhan. It has been
treated like a club song with the typical
sounds that one associates with such numbers.
Yuvan is known for such rugged songs with
Arabic shades. The trumpets and the guitar
touches stand out though the tune is not-so-new.
The song might grow on you and we can expect
some action packed visuals.
Singer(s): Manasi Scott, Rahul Nambiar (Harmony)
This sounds like a seducing item number and
it is catchy thanks to the cheery sensual
vocals of Manasi. The native violin and the
flute gel with the naughty and peppy mood
of the song. This number also has Arabic shades
particularly in the second interlude.
Oru Thuli Vishamai...
Singer(s): Sharib Sabri, Shreya Ghoshal
The cello notes at the start, up
the expectations from this number. The song
has healthy Hindustani and Classical shades
thanks to the tabla’s presence, the
‘thanams’ and the ‘swara’
portions. But it is tough to slot this song
in one genre as it crisscrosses genres beautifully.
The small instrumental portion in the second
interlude warrants special mention. On the
whole, a sophisticated experimental attempt
by Yuvan which has been very well sung by
both the singers!
Superb piano notes and tabla beats
(reminiscent of Billa 2’s Idhayam) set
the tempo for this song. A mellifluous melody
it is. Nice job on this with Madhushree being
typically child-like in her pronunciation.
The second interlude soars with superb instrumentation
and when she sings accompanied by an orchestra
of strings, it is blissful.
Bhagawan Rap Song...
Singer(s): The Prophecy, Sathyan
It starts off akin to a popular Kanye West
song and the rap is catchy to say the least.
This is another new attempt with the rap talking
about the gangster Bhagawan’s life.
The way kids have been included among the
vocals makes this one sound cute as well.
Singer(s): Udit Narayan, Shweta Pandit
Begins in classical mode and proceeds
to be an intense romance pathos song with
an interesting choice in the form of Udit
Narayanan. His pronunciations are yet to get
that polish while Shweta Pandit doesn’t
inspire too. There are elaborate strings to
give that dramatic touch to the song. It ends
very well though thanks to a haunting sitar
Verdict: The album sounds
rich and has wide-ranging songs. This turns
out to be another winner for the Ameer – Yuvan
duo. The racy songs gel with the gangster
genre of the movie while there are ample melodies
as well to back the romance portions.
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