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Aarya Music Review

Aarya Music Review
Madhavan, Bhavana, Prakash Raj, Devan, Tejashree, Vadivelu
Manoj Kumar
Racy and romantic
Friday, March 9, 2007 • Tamil Comments

Madhavan starrer Arya is all set for a release soon.

Directed by Love Today fame Balasekharan, the movie features Bhavana, Prakash Raj and Devan in prominent roles.

Mani Sharma has come up with peppy music for the lyrics by Pa Vijay.

The album has five numbers rendered by the likes of Karthik, Suchitra, Tippu, Anuradha Sriram and Saindhavi.

The album is sure to go down well with youngsters.

Aariya (Karthik, Suchitra)

Mani Sharma begins with peppy drums. A racy number, the title song of the movie is set in a college campus. Karthik renders with his usual charm and elegance. Pa Vijay has gone the Vaali way for this song. In this song, the common terms used in college campus by the students find a place.

Ennangira (Tippu, Anuradha Sriram)

A lilting song in the album. Anuradha Sriram hogs all the limelight rendering it in a husky voice. Both the percussion and rendition are vibrant.

Mani Sharma's apt use of percussion is a major highlight of this song.

Chillae Chillae (Naveen, Saindhavi)

A romantic duet with guitar and saxophone dominating all through. The song begins on a racy note and gathers momentum as it progresses. The number possesses all ingredients to top the audio charts. It is worth listening to, thanks to Naveen's catchy voice.

Jillendra Theeyae (Naveen, Rita)

Again, a romantic duet. Mani Sharma, who is popularly known for his mass numbers, has opted for a `racy melody.'

Lyrics by Pa Vijay add strength to the tune.

A fusion between guitar and sitar is heartening to hear. And, watch out for singer Rita. She is promising.

Arukinil Arukinil Vaada  (Vardhani, Karthik)

A catchy song. It begins on a racy note but gradually settles down with  soothing use of guitar and flute. A welcome relief in the album, which otherwise is packed with racy tunes. Karthik gets an able company with Vardhini. Her tantalising voice provides a mystic feel to listeners.