Lots of comparisons and similarities stimulate your senses as you come across the 30 minutes of Anegan music, but some of them take you in storm of surprise. Wondering what could be the actual verdict, have a look at our exclusive music review of Anegan. The film is directed by KV Anand and is produced by AGS Entertainment with Dhanush, Amyra Dastur and Karthik in lead roles. Harris Jayaraj has composed music to the lyrical lines of Vairamuthu, Kabilan Vairamuthu and Rokesh.
Danga Maari Oodhaari
Vocals: Dhanush, Marana Gaana Viji, Naveen Madhav
A swift run through the song gives an impression of some of the previous compositions of Harris Jayaraj like Thotta Power Da and the musical accompaniment showing up similar to Tirunelveli Alwa Da. But the voicing stroke of Dhanush and Maran Gaana Viji diminish such factors and amuse the listeners. For sure, the dance by Dhanush should pep up the song to a greater length.
Vocals: Shankar Mahadevan, Sunidhi Chauhan, Chinmayi
How come it sounds too close with AR Rahman’s Kilimanjaro from Enthiran? Be the singer like Chinmayi or the style how Harris Jayaraj has composed the song, everything turns more identical with the referred track.
Vocals: Bhavatharani, Tipu, Dhanush, Abhay Jodhpurkar
The song holds special mention as it brings together an unusual combo of vocalists. Dhanush, Tipu, Abhay Jodhpurkar and Bhavatharani evoke the sense of immense feeling towards the song and some of the musical bits during interludes beautify the track.
Yolo – You Only Live Once
Vocals: Shail Hada, Ramya NSK, Richard: Rap – Mc Vickey & Eden
Words: C.S. Amudhan
Are you an ardent buff of Travie McCoy: Billionaire ft. Bruno Mars? If so, you wouldn’t have any doubt and make the guesses right with its similarities. While some of the previous songs slightly touch the composition in Tamil references, this song gets slightly into the international arena. But it might gain some good prominence when watched on the screens. But nothing to blame the singers as they have done their parts very well....
Vocals: Hariharan, Shakthisree Gopalan
No doubt! This one is somewhat good and appealing in parts. Harris seems to have breathed his heart and soul into the composition that makes it so much honeyed to our senses. Especially, the pick of singers like Hariharan and Shakthisree Gopalan embellishes it fervently. Harris has tried projecting Shakthisree has a replacement to Bombay Jayashree in few places as their intonating style resembles closely.
Vocals: Sriram Parthasarathy
Words: Kabilan Vairamuthu
Much alike the previous song, Deivangal Ingae turns to be a magnetizing melody that is mellifluously composed. Not to forget about the remarkable voice of Sriram Parthasarathy and Kabilan Vairamuthu has used simple words that get more emphasised with prominence during few parts.
On the whole, Anegan album as mentioned above carries some similarities to many tracks, but the songs that come late in time by end are really appreciative. Maybe, the creative spell of KV Anand and cinematographer Om Prakash would add up some magic on the screens.
Verdict: Yet another passable one from Harris Jayaraj
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