Rajesh's movies tickle the funny bone in you, and it comes as a complete package in every other department. In the music he has opted for Thaman this time and with Karthi, kajal and his usual dose of Santhanam in All in All department, let us see what in store.
1. All in All :
Singers : Suchith Suresan
Just like the signature song of BEB, the song is a welcoming pathway to Karthi and his onscreen appearance. With the masala aroma all around, a perfect class of singers brings an introduction song to life. Adding to Muthukumar's light hearted poetic magic, the lead character is given a sweet image. The song is a payoff and tailor made for colorful visuals.
2. Unna Partha :
Singers : Sri Vardhini, Vijay Yesudas
Get ready to time travel back to the 80's, everything about this song reminds us of the retro Ilayaraja days. Thaman has given a perky beat in the background of the song with an orchestration full of chorus and old age tunes; it is the pick of the lot. Adding to the feel, Vijay Yesudas reminds us of the days of his dad with his harmonious vocals. The visuals should go well with the duet, with the lyrics singing about the new found love in the air.
3. Ore Oru :
Singers : Shreya Ghoshal, Sooraj Santhosh
A crisp song shoots off from a choir, more likely from a church and then takes a U turn with the traditional Mangalayam bit. A breezy bit that clings on to the purpose from the Romeo goes about in love. The end electronic beat is a Thamanspecial;clicks well to finish on a high note.
4. Yamma :
Singer : Rahul Nambiar
ShreyaGoshal does a kuthu number for a change and its magic every time. A non-stop folk song that is entirely composed with the visuals in the mind. The song is reminiscent of so many songs down south, the faint chorus between the interludes renders well in this romantic duet. A one for the commercial aspect of this comedy flick, Thaman comes up with a peppy number which just fares off amicably.
5. Yaaruku Sollama :
Singer : Rahul Nambiar
Rahul Nambiar and the recursive female chorus is probably the biggest asset of this melody number. A solo melody about the breezy lover boy, who seems to be profoundly in love is beautifully penned by Muthukumar. The recursive Thabal does the magic for this song, yet again a number that might go well with the visuals rather than just the audio. A decent melody to keep humming!
Verdict : An album tailor made for the visuals