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Thee Thee
 
Music review By Malathy Sundaram
Thee: Produced by Sree Movie makers ( Kalanidhi Maran) and directed by G.Kitchaa and starring Sundar.C, Namitha, Ragini ( who has acted with him in Sandai) and others. Appears to be the story of a policeman who turns into a politician to expose the rot hidden inside the system itself. Sun Audio of the Marans is distributing the audio CDs and cassettes. Srikant Deva has composed the music for this film, tuning 5 songs.

Kaalai Nerathil...
Vocals: Karthik

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An easy –flowing song with soft imagery, where the hero waxes eloquent on the charms of his girl. You have some violins, a touch of guitar and a bit of flute on the way, but the lyrics, being clear and well articulated, hold sway. The lady singer just whispers a couple of lines in the charanams.



Nee Illamal Naan...

Vocals: Madhu Balakrishnan, Sadhana Sargam.

This song twinkles simply because of the silky santoor touches strewn all through the song! Delightful! Though the Kapi raga base recalls a couple of old hits, fine use of native percussions, bass flute, violin and keys enliven this song a great deal. And polished singing from both the veterans, of course. The male vocal humming at the end shows up the raga stylishly.

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Ravuga Rannaiya...
Vocals: Roshini.

As soon as you hear the explosive opening bars where the guitar, vocals, keys and drums come together, you know what kind of song it is. Some rocket-speed singing by Roshini. Plenty of sharp mischievous notes from the guitar and violin, true to the spirit of the song. Has the stamp of Srikant Deva all the way.


Theepporiyaai Ezhundhuvittan...

Vocals: Krish.

Probably the title song, which speaks of the transformation of the hero, who is on the verge of striding out to achieve! Nothing much by way of music except some guitar and violins. Slower tempo. Krish sings both in low and high pitches bringing in a chorus-like feel to the song.



Valliyamma Valliyamma...
Vocals: Deva.

A fitting sequel to song no.3 in the sense that this is another ‘pattayai kilappum’ song! Fun to hear Deva after a long time. Bawdy lyrics, of course. Robust inputs from piped instruments and indian percussion instruments give a strong native flavour. A mixed bag of yesteryear hits, some of Deva’s. A hint of Charukesi raga is seen.


Verdict:

The songs are typically C.Sundar stuff, frivolous and racy, but the duet is a nice piece. The press release says Sundar .C. is a police officer as per the story. How these songs translate on the screen remains to be seen!

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