Vedalam Music Review

Vedalam Music Review

Music Reviews 16-Oct-2015 11:03 AM IST Top 10 Comments

Ajith Kumar’s forthcoming venture Vedalam has got the album launched last night amidst huge fanfare over online. As you hear the songs, you’re clearly offered with a perfect assumption, the film is a full-fledged commercial entertainer laced with mass, action, romance and action. The album has five songs and we bring you exclusive look on it.

Veera Vinayaka
Vocals: Anirudh Ravichander and Vishal Dadlani
Lyrics: Viveka

The song gives a clear impression that it’s a title track that is dedicated to Lord Vinayaka. The percussions and instruments used for this clearly signify the grandeur and the visuals we see in the lyrics video gives assurance that it would have an ungraded impact on the screens.

Don’t you mess with me
Vocals: Shruthi Haasan and Shakthishree Gopalan
Lyrics: Karky

A sassy intonating spell by Shruthi Haasan, which might appeal to the ones in western zone…. Although, it takes more than couple of times to get the lyrics grasped into our senses. When compared to other songs, this one gets too hackneyed from Shruthi’s stores.

The Theri Theme
Vocals: Anirudh
Lyrics: Siva

There is a commonality between Anirudh and Ajith Kumar. Their films have been constantly delivering some promising theme music in every album. Now they come together for delivering power packed theme music. The ‘Theri’ Theme has every element that will surely enthrall Thala Ajith Kumar fans.

Uyir Nadhi Kalangudhae
Vocal: Ravi Shankar
Lyrics: Viveka

An emotional song that more prominence for the lyrical values and it would surely get more emphasis when viewed on the screens. It sounds like there would be equal importance for the brother-sister sentiment and some love quotients as well. Vivek has done a remarkable job with the lyrical lines.

Aaluma Doluma
Vocals: Anirudh and Baadshah
Lyrics: Rokesh

That’s an impeccable treat for all Thala fans and the theatres are sure to turn into crazy hall for this track. The fast packed beats and rendering style by Anirudh will have the audiences having their blast. The lines that encompass the local Madras slang is something cute and exciting for the senses.

On the whole, Vedalam album brings as such perceptions distinctly that the film is a 100% commercial entertainer and with couple of songs already bringing the best values, rest of them would appeal convincingly with the visuals.

Verdict : Anirudh's another script oriented commercial album.

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