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Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam Music Review

Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam Music Review
Sivakarthikeyan, Sathyaraj, Sri Divya, Soori, Sri Ranjini, Bindu Madhavi.
P Madhan
D. Imman
Thursday, July 18, 2013 • Tamil Comments

Siva, oh the word itself tickles our bone! After the resounding success of Ethirneechal, this will be the actors next, and very interestingly poised with Sarcasm King Sathyaraj. The music is by D.Imman who is a creating ripples these days with his poignant music.  Let's see how the music has fared out

Oodha Kalaru Ribbon

Singers: Hariharasudhan

Lyrics: Yugabharathi

"Ore funny" is what you'd feel, when you hear this songweave out. Starts out on a folksy satire, it has Imman's signature attached all over. The song is a blend of so many village centric instruments and Hari's charming voice sparkles over the interludes. The interesting part is that amidst the charanams there is a pause of Guitar, electronic beats to make it look modern as well. Yuga has done a good job in the lyrics making the song like an "All phrase and colloquial" for the locals.

Yennaada Yennada

Singers: Shreya Ghoshal, Shweta Suresh(Whistling), Sooraj Santhosh

Lyrics: Yugabharathi

Starting out like a country song with some sweet lil whistles, the magical voice of Shreya Goshal booms over. The song looks to be the voice of a girl in love, new and profoundly immersed in cupid by the magical wand of her lover. Imman again sticks to his forte by using a lot of nativity in the instruments, midway between the interludes it looks as if the song goes haywire, but thanks to Shreya it refuses to fizz away. The hollow strings and drums go recursive, but the song is saved by the ace singer without a doubt. Also the whistling could've been prolonged to zeal.

Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam

Singers: Anthonydaasan, Kovilpatti Amali, Sivakarthikeyan

Lyrics: Yugabharathi

Well, the making of the video shows the actor crooning the song and he seems to be enjoying it, and why not. A fun and peppy folk number that praises the so called "Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam" their gimmicks, antics in and around the town. The attitude is without a doubt "Carpi Diem", do nothing and keep mocking at everything, maybe which sums the movie's storyline itself. Siva's voice is flat and he is no great singer which he himself has agreed to, so a decent job from him and considering him the hero, it will be a good connection in the visuals. Anthonydassan's local connect with song is clearly a winner; however the chorus from the ladies looks like a mishap and loosely hangs to the song.

Paakathey Paakathey

Singers: A.V.Pooja, VijayYesudas

Lyrics: Yugabharathi

First and foremost the chemistry of the singers in one word "Swell". Imman's feel is all over the song, very reminiscent of the Kumki song and begs to differ in a unique way. The recursive clap and click is done intentionally to tap your foot, and does not fail for sure. Midway the high note is a class and as usual Imman has severely given the dosage of strings leisurely. The song again is celebration of Love, boy and girl falling in love, probably the feel of first touch, love and sight making them go heads over heels and drain in romance. The song is a decent attempt and yet again the winners are the singers.

Intha Ponnungale

Singers: Jayamoorthy

Lyrics: Yugabharathi

Easily the best of the lot commences with Jaya's lazy voice and distant veena,and then tromps off the pace with repetitive jammer tone. The sleazy start is one of the best about this song as yet again another song that sings about the betrayal of women, obviously dumping and the tensions they give to a man. Lyrics are quirky and very enjoyable for instance from the first interlude where the singer goes about yapping all the things a man gives her as a Poem, phone, charging etc but all they give is sorrow! Jaya bring the best out of his job, with Imman's string extravaganza amidst all the groovy folk beat is a treat. Go on get hooked and shake your head for this one.

Verdict : Overall one for the mass and fun factor!