The combination of brands of Suriya-Venkat Prabhu-Yuvan Shankar Raja itself is engaging and there are lots we have got to explore on how special the album is. Produced by K.E. Gnanavel Raja of Studio Green Films, the film has Suriya and Nayantara in lead roles with Parthiepan, Pranitha, Samuthirakani and many others in important characters.
Singers: Shankar Mahadevan, Yuvan Shankar Raja, Ranjith
Lyrics: Madhan Karky
The title of this song itself is revealing that it’s the introduction song of Suriya and it has every element to impress his fans. The peppiness swayed up in percussions and interludes are magnificent and the vocalizing strengths of singers are more engaging. The way Yuvan Shankar Raja tries to blend the melody part during the interlude that involves some Christian verses (seems to be the introduction of Nayantara) has been very well done… The choreography style and cinematography by R.D. Rajashekar should add up more impact on the screens. The remix version by Premgi Amaran occurs during the latter part of the album, which would be an obvious treat to the party animals.
Singer: Vaikom Vijayalakshmi
Vaikom Vijayalakshmi has doubtlessly proved to be an emblematic icon of angelic voice and she has delivering more hits based on the pathos songs in both Malayalam and Tamil. This song has such essence in it, where the chorus of singers pierce through the souls as we hear it. It sounds to be a song placed in the most important situation and will surely have its realms after the release.
Naan Aval Illai
Singer: Karthik, Chinmayi
Lyrics: Madhan Karky
The song has the right course of melody and seems to be an exception from what we hear from the other tracks in this album. Karthik and Chinmayi are known for their melodic bliss and their combination works out to a good extent. The song’s tune seems to be a mediocre, but the lyrical lines by Madhan Karky are soulful, where there the lovers are seen in perplexed minds of a girl who wants to give her love to a person who has lost it and the guy is reluctant.
Singers: Yuvan Shankar Raja, Pooja
Lyrics: Gangai Amaran
The song has the best peppy effects emphasized by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The distorted effects on guitars, bass and percussions have the stunning effect and when heard on surround system, it would have a feast of musical celebration.
Masss – Theme
A peck of eerie feeling is synthesized with some thrill moments with lots of guitars and percussions. It looks like this track would be appearing throughout the film, especially in the title credits as well.
Con Man Theme
Some of the notes seems to be lifted from ‘Therikudhu Masss’ song, which could be used during the adventurous scenes of the protagonist, a fraudulent character involved in the conniving tasks.
Every time, when Venkat Prabhu and Yuvan Shankar Raja come together, there seems to be something special in the album. This time with ‘Masss’, they have given more importance to Mass and emotions, but only two songs ‘Poochandi’ and ‘Therikudhu Masss’ become the instant attraction.
Verdict: The showstopper ‘Poochaandi’.
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