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Jaihind 2 Music Review

Jaihind 2 Music Review
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Arjun, Survin Chawla, Mailsami, Mano Bala
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A good visiting card for Arjun Janya
Friday, September 19, 2014 • Tamil Comments

‘Action King’ Arjun is back to what he is known for; a fierce action entertainer with a social message is on the cards in his upcoming movie ‘Jai Hind 2’. The movie is getting ready as a multilingual and vying for a huge release.  Arjun Janya is an acclaimed composer in Kannada, and this movie might help him to root across the South India. Let’s see what he did in his debut Tamil movie.

Ayya Padichavare - Listen here

Gaana Bala, Rajesh Krishnan

Arjun Janya plays safe with the tried and tested beats for a revolutionary number to start the album. The harmonium piece in the prelude is interesting, and picking Gaana Bala to croon the song is a coup de maître. The veena interludes prior to the verses, ‘Veenaya daan vithuputta Saraswathi aatha’ to express the mountain of money required to complete the schooling. Rajesh Krishnan sounds more like the ace singer S.P.B to end the song on a preachy note.

Mazhalai Malaraga - Listen here

Ravivarma

A sweet 80 second song, wish it could have been orchestrated bit further. The track goes on to express the lovely nature of a little girl, and Ravivarma delivered it gracefully. The flute part in the background for the major part of the song sounds too good.

Ivan Yaarivan  - Listen here

Karthik, Priya

The album heads to a groovy number which is well orchestrated and supremely sung by  the lead singers. Albeit the track highlights the prowess of Priya’s vocals; Karthik stamps his authority the moment he makes his entry. If the director gets the visuals right this song will do many rounds in the music channels.

Adada - Listen here

Karthik, Saindhavi

The last song of the album starts off with a soft rock base and slowly takes turns to be a feel good romantic number based on guitar strumming & transfixing violin portions. The idea to keep the drums in the background for a romantic number ain’t a new one, but it sounds refreshing enough to be on a loop for quite some time.

Pick(s) of the album – Mazhalai Malaraga, Adada

Verdict -  A middling debut by a promising composer.

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