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Idhu Kathirvelan Kadhal Music Review

Idhu Kathirvelan Kadhal Music Review
Red Giant Movies
Udhayanidhi Stalin, Nayanthara, Saranya Ponvannan, Santhanam,Naren(Aadukalen),Aadukalam Murugaraj
S.R. Prabhakaran
Harris Jayaraj
Music Review
Friday, January 24, 2014 • Tamil Comments

The hit duo of Udhaynidhi Stalin and Santhanam are back together again, now under the watchful eyes of Prabhakaran who directed last year's "Sundarapandian". Nayan joins the fun cast and the movie is touted to be a romcom with Harris penning the music.


You've probably heard this song quite a handful number of times, that's what the initial impression might be with Harris's traditional hymns. However he springs up a surprise now and then with a quirky pop of jingles. The song is about the guys blindfolded love for that damsel who takes him altogether to a different level, and who better than Harris can bring the peppy ol duet. A winner by all means.

Anbe Anbe:

Veru reminiscent of Harris's previous songs, it traverses through the melody parody and yet again Harish R does the trick for the composer. Yugabharathi's soul rendering lyrics steals the limelight in this song and Harini's hollowvocals outsmart Harish's. Yet another song that immerses love between the lead pair transfused with some classical ragam reaches the boundary just on time. Albeit, traditional Harris no doubt.
Sara Sara:

Not the usual Harris you would go in search of, with a lot of folky attire the song just breezes through in fast paced style. This might be the new dimension of Harris's style with love sparkling in a fiery unveiling. The breezy guitar is one of the solid backbones of this song and added to the vocals from Balaji & co, it's definitely a varied attempt no doubt.

Harris's tryst with folk, especially Kuthu has been so far a great outing and this song spearheaded by Velmurugan is quite a number. Maintaining a pulse that doesn't eat up the entire composition, its yet again a song for the boys, full in flow singing in pain. Yes, brings you the "Venam macha" mood instantly. The song picks up the pace over the later part of the interludes with muffled vocals of Jassie and Jayamoorthy.

It shoots of with a mood of rejoice and gives a whiff of happiness, however slows down as a song of despair should do. Aalaap Raju is best when delegated with melody and this song brings the best out of him taking it slow and neatly. The aroma is set for a pain stricken Romeo with his ranting and the sudden bit of Carnatic flavor brings it to life.
Verdict : Harris revives his style