Sathriyan has Vikram Prabhu and Manjima Mohan in the lead cast directed by Prabhakaran of Suntharapandian and IKK fame. Yuvan has scored music for this short album which has only 3 major tracks and a theme song.
Sooda Oru Sooriyan : Listen Here
A full on folk song from Yuvan reminds us of so many timeless village centric songs over the years. A country like song tweaked with local instrumentations like tavil and recursive table gets on a catchy tune. The lyrics are inspiring to an extent and then hops on to the usual hero introduction songs kind. With enough folkish pop, the festive atmosphere of the number should do the trick with visuals.
Paarai Mel: Listen Here
A romantic combo from Yuvan sprays his trademark all over the track. Keeping the usual urban flavors, Yuvan varies from retro classic between interludes to grasping melody. A male solo crooned by Yuvan speaks of eye candy love with some soul dwelling lyrics. For its short stance the track has everything a romeo would talk of, amplified with some straightforward orchestration, Paarai Mel is a yuvan special indeed.
Maina Rendu:Listen Here
Vijay Yesudas’s vocals boom over creating ripples of the track reminding of how much we miss this classical voice. A deep hearted romantic song rooted with ace lyricist Vairamuthu’s powerful lyrics is enough to make this song a memory. The tune though very ordinary in its strands is upped by vocal and lyrics segment. Yuvan keeps the instrumentation pivotal enough to make the song’s enigma captured by Vijay’s powerful bass like vocals and resonating chorus in the end.
Theme song: Listen Here
Sathriyan in Action as the title track goes orchestrates itself slowly into action mode. The vibe of the track has a peculiar investigative notion to it, the whistling segment is probably to show the hero’s lazy action gesture. A short track might do more justice to its purpose with the
Verdict : Yuvan manages to prove his credibility with the short album
Rating : 2.75/5