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Naan Sigappu Manithan Music Review

Naan Sigappu Manithan Music Review
UTV Motion Pictures, Vishal Film Factory
Vishal, Lakshmi Menon, Iniya, Saranya Ponvannan, Jayaprakash, Sunder Ramu, Jagan, Sounthara Raja
Vishal, Ronnie Screwvala, Siddharth Roy Kapoor
G. V. Prakash Kumar
Music Review
Friday, March 14, 2014 • Tamil Comments

Vishal after a tremendous comeback in Pandiyanaadu will be waiting to strike the winning stream yet again with Lakshmi Menon for Naan Sigappu Manithan a psychological thriller. The music is by GV Prakash and directed by Vishal's favorite director Thiru, the movie is soon to be out.

1. Yelelo
Voices: G.V.Prakash Kumar, Megha

GV's music has leaped boundaries no doubt, but many a time the musician has impressed us with his vocals and this is yet another song to remember. Oozing with a distinct folkfare the song never ceases to improvise and Muthukumar's vibrant lyrics add crisp to the song. GV's tryst with Guitar is very romantic and through this song by introducing varied orchestration followed by bits of fast beats, he clubs it with guitar and chorus to deliver the intention.

2. Idhayam
Voices: G.V.Prakash Kumar, Saindhavi

GV and Saindhavi have never let us down and falling in the league is this number as well. The song has all the ingredients of a pain stacking love. Muthukumar has creamed love at its best; the aching of a lover amidst all the slow string brings the mood. The song paces between the interludes at ease with the strings striking the right chords, a song that can be relished even well with the visuals.

3. Penne O Penne
Voices: G.V.Prakash Kumar, Vandana Srinivasan, AL Rufian

Yet another song soaked in love, not the usual duet but with a lot of variety induced. Again GV weighs his option on Guitar and strings through this number with Muthukumar's sweet lyrics. Ruben's vocal is amazing and syncs well with the beats through the end. The composer has got the best out of the sax and the traditional tabla, a slow and happening melody indeed.

4. Lovely Ladies
Voices: G.V.Prakash Kumar, Gana Bala, Vijay Prakash, Megha

Well the party song is here, and you might end up finding everything in this cocktail. The number hops from local folk flavor to hip hop and brings the floor down with jazzy music as well. Gana-GV make a great combo and his entrance kicks off the energy in this song with high octane tunes. GV has not spared any hair in making this a relishing club song with faint strings of Punjabi beats and kuthu flavor as well.

5. Lovely ladies Remix
Voices: G.V.Prakash Kumar, Vandana Srinivasan, AL Rufian

The remix version of Lovely ladies appears to beat the original with its sleazy composition. DJ Vijay makes the best out of the club feel with a lot of room for trance and feel. Maintaining the authenticity of the original, the mixing is quirky and sure to shake some legs.

6. Restless soul:
Voices: G.V.Prakash Kumar

One of the best themes that GV has produced no doubt, as the trailer of the movie would have shown the heroes agony and comeback. Keeping in mind all these, the track begins with a sense of slow induced energy and hooks the emotion all around. The heavy techno feel is felt after a while never losing the cool as well. Using a lot of electronic feel to its gripping composition, the dazed piano and freaky violin are another adds on. That said, some dusty drum beat effect gives a sense of whats in the store.

Verdict : Melody and innovation from GV