Vishal and Lakshmi Menon star in Suseenthiran'sPandiya Nadu, has Imman composing the music. Vishal film factory will look to load all its guns to make this movie give all it takes. The single got good responses as it was released in Loyola, now lets see how the album has come out.
1. Yaeley Yaeley Maruthu
Singer : Suraj Santhosh
The lovely bit in the start will induce you for sure! Imman has come up with a rather lethargic romantic number, the kind when you fall in love and start describing the new born love with slow motion tunes and sequences. The chorus bit before the interludes and faint guitar are the plus, and as usual the composer has stuck with rhythm that is his mettle. A good one from Vairamuthu and team!
2. Revenge Mode
Singer : Anand Aravindakshan
A song that would suit better with the visuals, it raises from a slow sequence on to a high pitch number. Vairamuthu is best when put to aggressive mode, and here he raises the bar with powerful poetic hymn that spikes the pulse with anger and revenge. Tailor made for an action packed Vishal to beat the pulp, Imman has come up with an action packed number and Anand to be given full credit. All said, this song is reminiscent of so many other songs that portray revenge
3. Othakadai Othakadai
Singers : Suraj Santhosh, Hariharasudan
An out and out folky song has Imman's signature all over. A love failure song is a must these days and this yet another one. The first half of thesong is spot-on for modern day Devdas's, and the visuals would mostly be full with Drinks and a gang of nomads as it goes about "JeichaThaliKairu, thothathukkukairu" all the way. Then towards the end it springs a surprise with a cellphone ring, and change in mood and lyrics are the key. There is nothing peculiar about this song though and is the same old wine story whatsoever.
4. Daiyare Daiyare
Singers : Pawan, Natraj, Anthonydasan, Pazhaniyammal
The song of the dead, ah yes! But get ready to hear it in a quirky folky way with a lot of verses amidst it. A song that praises the dead manup's the mood by going about showcasing his good deeds. The tune, lyrics and the singers catch you off guard in a funnier note, Imman is the best when it comes to these kinds of situations and the pace is slow at first and between interludes raises slowly to a kuthu number. A good song in all to relish and keep nodding your head!
5. Fy Fy Fy Kalaachify
Singer : Ramya Nambeesan
The single already had a good response and now for the review! Ramya's voice is the biggest strength of this song with her breezy yet amazing local connects to this song. With Kalachify and Sothapify terms hooking you to the number, the trumpets and sax's blend superbly with the tune. A girl power song should do better with the visuals than listening it to the solo audio. A naughty song to watch out for.
Verdict : Imman score again!